Don't Ban Communication and Collaboration

ALMOST 15 YEARS have elapsed since the FDA caught the attention of the CME world with its proposed draft guidance on regulation of commercially supported educational activities. The fear of government involvement became a rallying point for many who believed that CME would be best served with a self-regulation model based on cooperation, communication, and collaboration. If accepted and effective, there would be little need for government intervention.

And so it was. The Accred

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