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The Accreditation Council for CME content validation policy, which stirred up a ruckus in its draft form earlier this year, is still provoking questions since its release as a policy in September (see box on page 15). The final policy dropped the draft's requirement that providers document and include in their self-study report the evidence supporting their presenters' recommendations.

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