Resolving Conflicts of Interest for CME Planners

Resolving Conflicts of Interest for CME Planners

Most of us do a good job of identifying financial relationships of faculty involved in a continuing medical education activity, and of resolving conflicts by reviewing presentations to ensure they are free from commercial bias, fair and balanced, and sci

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