Summary:

Article on one of the changes outlined by the College of Family Physicans of Canada around protecting the integrity of continuing medical education for doctors.

Article:

Canadian family doctors can no longer earn educational credits for attending swanky drug dinners, where pharmaceutical companies wine and dine physicians at some of the country’s most upscale restaurants.
The change, part of larger efforts to protect the integrity of the continuing medical education doctors are obligated to take, is outlined in a new report released by the College of Family Physicians of Canada to its more than 38,000 members........

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