SACME Meeting Takes On Conflict of Interest

THE 2004 SOCIETY for Academic CME Fall Meeting, November 5 to 7 in Boston, may have been relatively small, but it was powerful. One hundred fifteen participants gathered at the Hynes Convention Center to learn the latest on the Accreditation Council for CME's new Standards for Commercial Support and news from the CME research front, and to share best practices with their peers.

The main educational day of the meeting, which was held in conjunction with the 115th Annual Meeting

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