Pharma-Free CME

Continuing Education by PharmedOut

How Industry Promotion Affects Prescribing

Free CME/CPE/CEU/CE activity by PharmedOut

Continuing education credit available for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists, and social workers.

This activity covers how pharmaceutical companies use social psychology to affect therapeutic choices, and covers the use of key opinion leaders, medical science liaisons, medical meetings, geotargeting, geofencing, and other tactics used to market drugs to physicians and other health care providers.
This activity is presented by PharmedOut and is supported by Kaiser Perm
anente.

Healthcare Providers: Click here to register and earn continuing education credit!

If you're not a healthcare provider, you can still watch the video: Click here to watch on Youtube.

References available for download.

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The DC Center for Rational Prescribing was a joint project of the DC Department of Health, the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, and PharmedOut. Together, we created pharma-free Continuing Medical Education (CME) that is available free for DC health care professionals and at minimal cost for health care professionals outside of DC.

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