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CME: Miscellaneous Resources

Medical Letter

The Medical Letter provides accurate, balanced summaries of information on new and established pharmaceutical products for practitioners and prescribers. To gain CME credit:

  • Create a personal ID
  • Complete relevant information modules and take their associated quizzes
  • Download and save your certificates of completion to submit for credit to your accrediting body
  • Use your ID to access your previously completed credits at any time

Pharmacist's Letter

Create a CE ID # if you do not already have a CE ID #. Once you've been assigned your CE ID #, you can sign in and view Pharmacist's Letter issues, take quizzes, and receive your Statements of Participation/Course Completiononline. You will also be able to participate in Colleagues Interact.


Natural Medicines Database

Clinical Management Series

View a course or report to get practical evidence-based information on using natural medicines for specific conditions and other topics. Each course and report provides accredited continuing education (CE/CME) for physicians, pharmacists, NPs, PAs, and RDs, unless otherwise noted. 

The Clinical Management Series features evidence-based CE/CME courses focused on clinical management of disease states and medical conditions.  The series is carried forward from Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database and is offered for multidisciplinary health care professionals. Courses are continuously updated with the most up-to-date information. 

Subscribers of Pharmacist's Letter or Pharmacy Technician's Letter will see credit reported in their PL CE & Training Organizer. All other users may also take courses and earn CE/CME. Requirements for CE/CME credit differ based on discipline, license, and location. If unsure, please contact your local agency. Users can also take courses for training purposes only without generating credit certificates.