CME providers get the message on conflict of interest

01/23/2012 | Medical Marketing & Media

Providers and sponsors of continuing medical education "have gotten the message" and are delivering content without commercial bias, says John Kamp, executive director of the Coalition for Healthcare Communication. A new video titled, "Conflict of Interest: The Bottom Line," produced by CME Peer Review, features Kamp and other experts discussing ways to minimize conflicts of interest in CME. "If someone has a conflict on something they're speaking about, they disclose it," Kamp said. "And we make sure, as much as possible, using peer review and other ways, that it's not a biased review or use or suggestion on those drugs."

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