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Continuing Education Courses

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FDA’s Role in Public Health: Drug Efficacy, Safety, Quality, and Beyond

This updated online course provides an overview of the FDA drug regulatory process and the science that supports the FDA mission. 

The course provides 1.5 hours of free continuing education credit to physicians, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.

Leveraging Health Literacy and Patient Preferences to Reduce Hypoglycemia Events in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

This continuing education (CE) course will educate a national audience of healthcare providers (physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and others) about the reduction of hypoglycemic events in Type 2 diabetes.  

Practitioners’ Guide for Improving Oral Anticoagulant Use

This online course will educate a national audience of healthcare providers about improving oral anticoagulant use. The target audience for this course is healthcare professionals, including physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians. The course can be taken for informational purposes or for free Continuing Education (CE) credit.

The FDA Bad Ad Program and Prescription Drug Promotion

This updated Web education course is designed to raise awareness among healthcare professionals (HCPs) about prescription drug promotion that may be false or misleading and provide them with an easy way to report it to FDA's Office of Prescription Drug Promotion.

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