CMPI conference on industry supported CME

October 28, 2008 at 6:12 pm Leave a comment

We heard a little about the recent CMPI conference on industry supported CME. For those of us who could not attend, the presentations are posted here. It is worth taking time to listen to some of this. Dr. R. W. Donnell a hospitalist in Alaska provides a thoughtful summary of what he thinks are key points made during the meeting.

What is it going to take to get the issue of commercial support for CME resolved? Right now the “debate” over this issue consumes far to much attention. I suppose the next step will come from the ACCME when it makes policy decisions based on responses received from its Call for Comments on related issues. The comments have been posted and are worth a careful review.


Entry filed under: ACCME, CME, CME Issues, Continuing Medical Education, Continung Professional Development, Pharma Funding, Physician Continuing Education.

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