January 2011
Medical Meetings;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p23
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The article discusses the need to deliver a grant request for continuing medical education (CME) to the right department to improve chances of success and speed up the process. It is stated that educational grants are for independent educational programs that must be accreditation-compliant and that requests for these must be coursed through the educational department and not those for sales and marketing. Noneducational requests reportedly include those for exhibits, corporate sponsorships, charity contributions and clinical research studies.


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