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Old August 30th, 2002, 17:09
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Arrow How to Earn Journal Club Continuing Medical Education Credits

  1. Become a registered member of this community bulletin board. You will not receive credits until you have registered and confirmed your email address. If you haven't registered yet, click here.
  2. Read the article selected by the journal club. A list of selected articles can be found here.
  3. Answer the questions posted in the same forum as the journal club article. Your CME credits are recorded when you answer the questions associated with each journal club selection.
  4. In each forum, you may post your feedback and rate each article and question on a 1 to 5 scale. Your participation makes the journal club interesting and informative.

As of August 30, 2002, journal club CME credits are being offered free of charge.

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