Review finds no evidence to support CME biases

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A review of literature on the relationship between commercial support and bias in accredited CME, commissioned by ACCME, found “no evidence to support or refute” the assertion that support biases in CME. The study was conducted by University of Georgia Department of Lifelong Education, Administration and Policy chief Ronald Cervero. 
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