Faculty at CME events should disclose industry sponsorship, says Eucomed compliance panel
This article was originally published in Clinica
The compliance panel of EU medtech industry association Eucomed has issued advice on the ethics of sponsoring third-party educational conferences attended by healthcare professionals. It wants sponsoring companies to ensure that the faculty responsible for delivering the educational programme at such conferences discloses that they are being sponsored by a Eucomed member, if that is indeed the case.
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