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42 tips on surviving ACCME review

Whether your next reaccreditation review will be under the Accreditation Council for CME's current Essentials, the updated criteria, or a combination of both — the experience can be stressful, painful, and scary. But, by taking control and being proactive, the process becomes much more manageable, says Ron Murray, PhD, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville; and Julie White, MS, administrative director, CME, Boston University School of Medicine. Here are the tips they

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