Docs Say Commercial Support of CME Is Essential, and Problematic

Docs Say Commercial Support of CME Is Essential, and Problematic

A study published earlier this year in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that, while 88 percent of clinicians believe that commercial support injects bias into CME activities, only 15 percent want to do away with it altogether. More than half of respondents (56 percent) said they agreed or strongly agreed that commercial support is essential for accredited CME.

Conducted by academics at the Un

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