While peer review can help you document the integrity of your activity and provide a mechanism for resolving conflicts of interest with faculty and planners, setting up and maintaining an effective process can be cumbersome and time consuming, and requires thoughtful planning. But as one CME provider commented: “It's worth it.” In “Do You Peer Review?” (June 2006 issue, page 22) I shared the results of the survey I conducted this past spring with accredited providers, consultants, and ...

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