Professionalism Conflicts Created by Physician-Industry Interactions

Nov 19, 2008

Presenter: Carey D. Chisholm, MD

“Professionalism Conflicts Created by Physician-Industry Interactions: The Case for Banning Industry from Educational Venues” was presented by Carey Chisholm, MD on November 17, 2008 in the Methodist Hospital Petticrew Auditorium.  Dr. Chisholm explained gifting and its influence on individual practitioners, identified influence impact on prescribing behaviors, and described recent national changes on provider-industry interactions.

Dr. Chisholm has been the director of the IU-Methodist Emergency Medicine Residency Program since 1989, making him the longest serving Emergency Medicine program director in the nation.  He has served on multiple national committees for the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), and is an editorial reviewer for the Annals of Emergency Medicine, the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Academic Emergency Medicine, where he has served as an Associate Editor since 1998.  Dr Chisholm's research and special interests include wound care, acute pain management, medical education and the practice components of Emergency Medicine that contribute to medical error.

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