advertising

Last Revised:
April 23, 2014
Published on:
Friday, November 11, 2011

ACCME insists on the separation of education from all promotional activities, materials and messages. Many providers create a print or text based document that goes along with an activity and provides...

Q&A about Modifications to Standards for Commercial Support

As we ...

Last Revised:
November 11, 2011

It would depend on what the program book, with abstracts, is used for in relation to the CME activity. If the abstracts are referenced during the activity or serve as a component of the content, then there can be no advertising in...

Last Revised:
November 11, 2011

Yes. It contains logistical and organizational information and not education materials. It contains maps and floor plans but not slides and not abstracts.

Product-promotion material or product-specific advertisement of any type is prohibited in or during CME activities. The juxtaposition of editorial and advertising material on the same products or...

Last Revised:
November 11, 2011

This is a more detailed description of the requirements that must be followed if there is advertising in enduring materials. There can be advertising before and after the CME content of an enduring material but those advertisements...

Educational materials that are part of a CME activity, such as slides, abstracts and handouts, cannot contain any advertising, corporate logo, trade name or a product-group message of an ACCME-defined...