You asked for it — now you got it. The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) has drafted a policy statement on Internet-based CME, addressing issues that have sparked much debate at CME provider conferences over the past few years — how to protect online education's integrity and credibility, learner privacy, and usability.

After gathering public comment, the ACCME's Task Force on Adapting ACCME to the World Wide Web hopes to present a final policy statement t

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