The World Is Watching

Medical meeting planners in other countries are struggling with the very same dilemmas we face: How do we conduct CME in a fashion that best serves the physician community and patient well-being, and yet still remains of interest to commercial supporters? The model here in the United States is often a base, or at least a strong reference, for programs in other nations. In fact, some CME standards from the U.S. are adopted in markets where CME is not even mandatory.

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