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An Introduction to the Improved FDA Prescription Drug Labeling - Additional Information

About This Site: The FDA has contracted development and management of this educational activity. FDA's privacy policy applies while you are on this site.

Accreditation for this course expired November 23, 2010. If you happen to find this site elsewhere on the web, keep in mind that continuing education credits will no longer be awarded.

- Activity Description, Learning Objectives, and General Instructions
- Disclosure
- Speaker Biographies
- Activity Time
- Replacement of CE Statement of Credit/Certificate of Completion (non-CE)
- Privacy Policy
- Download Presentation Transcript
- Download Slides (PDF - 1.8MB)
- Updated Links Within Course


Activity Time

1 Hour

Replacement of CE Statement of Credit and Certificate of Completion (non-CE)

To replace a lost CE Statement of Credit or a Certificate of Completion (non-CE) go to the Contact Us page and provide your name, contact information, and the purpose for the contact. We will check your Statement of Credit status against our records and mail a copy of your statement or certificate to you.

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CDER's activities are at no cost to the user; therefore, refunds are not applicable.

Privacy Policy

For Internet activities, the only tracking allowed will be information that indicates that a given individual took a quiz on a given date with a particular score. At the end of the session, when the browser is closed, the tracking information will be removed from the Internet.

FDA does not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about participants, unless required for law enforcement or by statute. We will use personally identifying information only to respond to participants, issue continuing education certificates, or share, if required, with the pharmacy, nursing, and medical accreditation organizations (the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education or ACPE, the Maryland Nurses Association and the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation or MNA/ANCC, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education or ACCME) for the purpose of program completion verification.

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