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April 11, 2017
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Americas: 9 Ways to Tame the Volunteer Relationship


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Consider this common scenario: You need to get all your presentations in for review for a March 1 continuing medical education activity by February 15. February 15 goes by, as does the 16th … next thing you know, you’re a week out and you haven’t received any presentations. What would you do? 

Or this one: A member of your CME educational committee chooses what he thinks is the perfect faculty for one of your organization’s activities. But when you review her disclosure information, it turns out that she is employed by an organization that the Accreditation Council for CME defines as a commercial interest. When you bring up this not-inconsequential hitch to the committee member, he insists that the faculty member’s conflict of interest can be resolved so she can present, and that you just don’t understand the ACCME’s rules. What would you do?

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