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New Competencies for the CME Professional

IN CASE YOU haven't noticed, the skills required for today's CME professionals are changing. The Accreditation Council for CME's Essential Areas, the updated Standards for Commercial Support, and the Office of Inspector General advisory suggest a change in the CME environment that is vastly different from in the past. Those who manage and staff today's CME offices need to take stock of staff skills, identify the gaps in their knowledge, and develop a plan for expanding their knowledge

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