Bridging the Ethical Divide

To reverse the growing trend of ethics violations, CME providers and industry representatives need to stop pointing fingers--and collaborate on solutions.

It's no good saying, 'If physicians didn't take the gifts, companies wouldn't offer them.' We all need to work together to identify the problems and solutions."

Norman B. Kahn, MD, vice president, education and science, American Academy of Family Physicians, Kansas City, Mo., was interrupting the blame game that had erupted

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