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Webinar: Navigating the New Global Regulations for Physician Travel to Medical Meetings

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Effective January 2018, most regions around the globe will be adopting new regulations that limit direct commercial funding to physicians for travel to any medical conferences. The Medical Device Industry has formed regulatory agencies, Ethical MedTech in Europe and APACMED in Asia to implement these regulations. Other regions, including Latin America are adopting similar regulations. The reduction of direct commercial support will have a huge impact on medical meetings and their international attendance. It is anticipated that the Pharmaceutical Industry will likely follow suit by 2019, if not before.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the details of these new regulations and what’s driving the Medical Device Industry to put them in place.
  • Learn how to adhere to both international and ACCME regulations for commercial support that apply to CME Providers.
  • Identify and discuss potential solutions to preserve international physician attendance at your medical meeting.


Catch James at 2018 Convening Leaders Monday, January 8, 2018 at 1:30pm-2:45pm in Room 209:
Get Ready: Europe’s Ethical MedTech Regulations Will Impact Medical Events

Moderator:  James Youngblood, Heart Rhythm Society
Panelists:
Cynthia Walker, VP Global Medical Education at Medtronic
Hans Schenk, Executive Director, Society for Worldwide Medical Exchange
Debra Rosencrance, VP Meetings at the American Academy of Ophthalmology


PCMA is an Approved CAE Provider & CMP Preferred Vendor.

Information

  • Duration: 00:41:55
  • Date: 11/30/2017
  • Speakers:
         
         

CMP Certification

  • EIC Status: Approved
  • CMP-IS Domain: A. Strategic Planning
  • Clock Hours: 1.0
Rebecca SchingelWebinar: Navigating the New Global Regulations for Physician Travel to Medical Meetings

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