Foundation Calls for Elimination of Commercial Support

Healthcare educators and academics from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation say that one of the keys to fixing what they see as the problems in continuing medical education is to eliminate commercial support.

The controversial conclusion was put forth in a paper the New York City-based foundation--founded in 1930 to improve medical education--released this month. The findings in the paper are based on discussions that took place at a conference the foundation sponsored on the subject in No

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