Exclusive Results from Medical Meetings' Annual Physicians' CME Preferences Survey

Medical Meetings surveys doctors about their opinions concerning proposals to restrict continuing medical education faculty, the updated PhRMA code's gift ban, how the economy is affecting their plans to travel to CME meetings, and more.

Should doctors who are paid to promote pharma products be barred from teaching CME activities about the same topics?
55% of physicians say no.

“Absurd and insulting.”

That is one physician's opinion about the Accreditation Council for CME's proposed policy that would prohibit physicians who are paid by pharmaceutical companies to promote

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