WORLDWIDE CME FACES ETHICAL CHALLENGES

If the U.S. catches cold, the whole world of medical education gets sick,” proclaimed Martin E. Cearnal, president and CEO, Physicians World Communications Group, Secaucus, N.J., as he kicked off the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Global Alliance for Medical Education. Held June 24 to 26 at the Princeton Club in New York City, the conference attracted about 100 attendees and faculty from Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada, Latin America, and South America, as well as the U.S.

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