At the Alliance for CME annual conference, attendees usually debate the latest ethical and regulatory controversies in the continuing medical education field. This year’s conference, held January 30 to February 2 in Orlando, was no exception—however, speakers also focused on meeting planning logistics—for the first time in this writer’s memory. During the various discussions about the impact of 9/11, one overriding theme emerged: Medical meeting planners are not backing down, and the ...

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