Williamsport, MD — Conflict of interest, one of the biggest issues facing the Continuing Medical Education (CME) industry, is highlighted in a newly released video titled Conflict of Interest: The Bottom Line. The timely video features the views of prominent CME stakeholders and was produced by CME Peer Review.
In the video, thought leaders in the field of CME address misperceptions relating to conflict of interest (COI) and provide thoughtful solutions for mitigating the risk of COI and minimizing the opportunity for conflicts to impact education.
Scrutiny of medical education and the increasingly complex regulatory environment have challenged relationships among faculty, grantors and educational partners. CME Peer Review, hopes its production of this video will help advance awareness of COI with a goal of enhancing the quality of continuing education. “Standardized, effective management of COI allows planners and faculty to focus on what is important – enhancing patient care,” says Jane Ruppenkamp, President, CME Peer Review.
Conflict of Interest: The Bottom Line can be viewed on YouTube and vimeo and at www.cmepeerreview.com/resources. To learn more about conflict of interest and independent evaluation of medical education content and activities, please visit CME Peer Review at Booth #812 at the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education’s 37th Annual Conference.
CME Peer Review, LLC, an expert in COI management, is an independent review organization that strives to enhance the quality and credibility of continuing education for the healthcare professional. CME Peer Review prospectively provides independent evaluation of educational content prior to distribution and also monitors live and enduring activities for educational integrity and regulatory compliance.
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