CME Gets PR Campaign

What’s the difference between certified CME and promotional activities? How do CME programs manage conflicts of interest?

The National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration’s Public Affairs Committee has introduced a nationwide “Get the Facts” campaign to provide the answers to those questions and others, in order to dispel misperceptions about CME held by lawmakers and policymakers, journalists, and the public. The campaign launched with a pair of one-page fact sheets add

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