European CME provider group raises concerns about policy statement from European Society of Cardiology

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Desbois, Eric-Jean ; Farrow, Sheelagh ; Gillgrass, Darren ; Kaagman, Onno ; Kellner, Thomas ; Kleinoeder, Thomas ; Koekkoek, Sanneke ; Macelloni, Barbara ; Pozniak, Eugene ; Pearlstone, Alisa ; Schaffer, Madeleine ; Torr, Jack ; Williams, David ; Yarwood, Richard (2012)
  • Publisher: Journal of European CME
  • Journal: Journal of European CME (issn: 2161-4083, eissn: 2161-4083)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/jecme.v1i0.22591

We have read with interest the above document and agree with the objectives and aspirations of continuing medical education (CME). However, some key issues have been raised regarding the provision of CME that we believe are inaccurate and do not refl ect the status and integrity of CME providers in Europe.(Published: 23 May 2012)DOI: 10.3109/21614083.2012.689269
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    1. ESC Board. Relations between professional medical associations and the health-care industry, concerning scientific communication European Society of Cardiology. Eur Heart J 2012;33:666-674.

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