ACRE smacks back at CEJA

Every time I heard the latest CEJA report mentioned at the GAME meeting this week in Montreal, it was accompanied by head shakes and groans. And of course, Dr. Stossel practically snorted in disgust at the thought of the most recent iteration, and much of his GAME keynote echoed the points outlined in the Association of Clinical Researchers and Educators response to the CEJA report, which I just stumbled upon in the Policy and Medicine blog.

I'd be curious to see what supporters have to say. I haven't run across any lately, but I'm sure they're out there.

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