A group led by the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education is pushing forward with plans to create a research agenda that would examine the optimal ways to deliver and implement CME. The effort began in 2007 when CME was being heavily scrutinized for having a perceived bias toward the pharmaceutical industry, and defenders could find little research about CME to combat that perception and provide evidence to the contrary, explains Melinda Steele, president, Confluence Educational ...

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