Don't Restrict CME Locations

SOME CME PROFESSIONALS have suggested that continuing education speakers should be disqualified based on the perception that their relations with commercial supporters constitute a conflict of interest. Now the difficult-to-measure concept of perception is being used to determine the appropriateness of facilities and locations for CE programs. Some pharmaceutical firms' attorneys are banning certain sites for CME events. In some companies, top-rated hotels and conference locations, suc

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