Corporate Influence and Continuing Medical Education
June 24, 2010

Scrutiny continues to grow of the corporate influence on continuing medical education. The New York Times reported that the University of Michigan, for example, will no longer accept any gifts from drug or medical device companies to pay for the courses doctors must take to keep their medical licenses. James O. Woolliscroft, dean of Michigan’s medical school, told the Times that faculty members “wanted education to be free from bias, to be based on the best evidence and a balanced view of the topic under discussion.”

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