Sponsored CME is a-okay

April 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Apr2009, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p11
The article presents an online survey conducted by Manhattan Research regarding the continuing medical education (CME). Survey shows that CME has been supported by several medical practitioners, particularly the primary care physicians and specialists. In addition, the CME has been funded commercially. However, it was found out that most of the practitioners will stop their CME participation if the funding is ended.


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