Archive for June 2011

Apres le Deluge: The CEJA Spin Cycle Begins

Jun 24th, 2011 | By

When the AMA adopted the 5th version of the CEJA report on industry-funded CME, it seemed clear that this was an ominous and very bad sign for the future of industry-funded CME. I already posted my take on the report here (short version: say goodbye to most industry CME). Now we are beginning to see
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AMA Votes to Discourage Commercial Support of CME

Jun 21st, 2011 | By

Something huge happened yesterday at the American Medical Association House of Delegates meeting in Chicago. Although the meaning of what happened will be spun throughout the blogosphere, twittersphere, and schmuckosphere, the bottom line is that the AMA just voted most commercial funding of CME out of existence. Specifically, the delegates voted to approve a report
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