The most recent version of the American Medical Association’s Council on Judicial and Ethical Affairs report on Financial Relationships with Industry in Continuing Medical Education has been sent back to committee for retooling. This is the fourth time the AMA’s House of Delegates found the report in need of more work. According to Thomas Sullivan, president and founder of the medical education company Rockpointe Corp. and author of the the Policy and Medicine blog, three out of the four ...

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