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Ethical Hypothetical: Separating In-Kind Contributions and Exhibits

A case study in how and when to separate exhibits and in-kind contributions related to continuing medical education activities.

The Case: Maggie Machiano, VP of product development at Regulators and Monitors, makes arrangements to exhibit RM’s products at state and national meetings and in skill-enhancing laboratories across the country. When the Gallbladder Problems Society comes to her to solicit support for an upcoming conference, Maggie sends GPS an exhibit agreement and payment to cover the fees delineated within the Exhibitor Prospectus, and stipulates the number and type of the equipment available for

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