CEJA Interim Report Doesn’t Oppose Commercial Support for CME

November 20, 2008 at 6:40 pm Leave a comment

CEJA has changed its’ tune. In an  Interim meeting held in this month the Council modfied its’ position regarding commercial support for CME. While the Council report is  still a work in progress it does not call for a ban on commercial support for CME. This is a change for the CEJA recommendations made in June of this year.

Now CEJA is working with the AMA Council on Medical Education (CME) to develop complimentary reports. CEJA will provide an ethical analysis and recommend guidelines. The CME will make strategic recommendationsfor implementing the guidelines. The reports wil be presented and the AMA annual meeting June of 2009.

This is worth watching.

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Entry filed under: CME, CME Issues, Continuing Medical Education, Pharma Funding.

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