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Free Pharmacology CME/CE Courses
Pri-Med’s pharmacology CME/CE programs help primary care clinicians stay on top of the newest protocols and trends for treating a wide range of problems. Review all of the available pharmacology CME/CE courses, and more below. New to Pri-Med? Create your free account in less than 60 seconds and start earning credits now.
Since 1995, Pri-Med has provided relevant and accessible CME/CE to clinicians across the US. Our wide variety of education on curated topics helps you easily stay on top of the latest developments so you can focus on your patients.
Our content is developed by the best faculty and medical schools in the world. We partner with institutions such as Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Baylor College of Medicine. Create your account today to see why more than 160,000 clinicians rely on Pri-Med for timely and evidence-based CME/CE.
Provide the best care for your patients with practical primary care insights for your practice.
Understanding pharmacologic management of disease is a crucial aspect of providing high-quality medical care. Many patients use prescription medication or readily available supplements and vitamins that can affect their overall health, so it is important for primary care clinicians to feel comfortable with pharmacologic management of disease processes to avoid potentially negative interactions between substances.
Since 1995, Pri-Med has been educating over 160,000 primary care clinicians on the latest clinical insights. We offer online pharmacology CME/CE credit to give primary care clinicians the knowledge and expertise needed to stay ahead of treatment changes. Clinicians can gain insights into the pharmacologic management of a wide range of problems including psychopharmacology, medical management of cardiovascular diseases, the best therapeutic (pharmacologic or technologic) options in managing diabetes, and more general problems like migraine, infectious diseases, and urogenital issues. Start earning pharmacology credits today and explore our free CME/CE courses.