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Conflict of Interest and Continuing Medical Education

Here are 14 crucial questions about determining conflict of interest in continuing medical education. Do you have the answers?

In attempting to codify our conflict-of-interest vetting policies, we have encountered some situations for which there seems to be no official answer. Under our current policy, there are a few cases that are automatically rejected and a few that are automatically accepted for accreditation on the basis of disclosures and abstracts. For the remainder, we require review of the actual presentation by an officer of the accrediting agency (currently, that's me). I would like to present a few of

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