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CME: A polarizing issue

Vol. 7, No. 6 / June 2008

I enjoyed Dr. Henry Nasrallah’s editorial on sponsorless CME. The issue has polarized different groups, and I thought his ideas were sensible. We have to start looking for solutions instead of pointing fingers or avoiding accountability. Thanks for speaking up.

Second, Current Psychiatry is a favorite journal to me and a number of my colleagues. It is relevant and clinically focused yet has good evidence-based accountability. And to top it off, the articles can be mastered in a reasonably short period of time. I read more articles in Current Psychiatry than in any other journal, and I definitely am not alone in that practice.

John Battaglia, MD
Medical director
Program of Assertive Community Treatment
Clinical associate professor
Department of psychiatry
University of Wisconsin Medical School
Madison, WI

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