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The purpose of The Medical Letter Continuing Medical Education Program is to provide a means for healthcare professionals, including physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants, to keep up to date with new drugs that are approved by the FDA, as well as with the recommended drug treatment for specific indications.
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  • The content covers the mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics, clinical efficacy, adverse effects, drug interactions, and dosages of the drugs discussed.
  • We aim to educate participants, impact clinical practice, and improve patient outcomes.
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The mission of The Medical Letter's Continuing Medical Education Program is to support the professional development of health care providers including physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants by providing independent, unbiased drug information and prescribing recommendations that are free of industry influence. The program content includes current information and unbiased reviews of FDA-approved and off-label uses of drugs, their mechanisms of action, clinical trials, dosage and administration, adverse effects, and drug interactions. The Medical Letter delivers educational content in the form of self-study material.

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The Medical Letter will strive to continually improve the CME program through periodic assessment of the program and activities. The Medical Letter aims to be a leader in supporting the professional development of health care providers through Core Competencies by providing continuing medical education that is unbiased and free of industry influence.

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