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Old August 29th, 2002, 19:07
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Post Article: Clinical review: chronic renal disease

Clinical review: chronic renal disease. BMJ 2002;325:85-90 ( 13 July )

To earn Category I CME credit: First, read the article. The full article is available for free online using the link above. Then, you must take the CME Test. The test consists of several questions that are answered online. Test questions are posted as separate threads in this forum.

ACCREDITATION: Participation in this Journal Club activity has been designated by the Internet Medical Association for a maximum of ONE (1) Category 1 hours towards the American Medical Association's Physician Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent on the educational activity. This program expires on JULY 30, 2003.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT: This journal club CME program is free of pharmaceutical industry support. Please refer to the journal article itself for any financial conflicts the authors may have.

PRINCIPLES OF ARTICLE SELECTION: The selection criteria for article selection include compliance with fair-use principles, peer review, and full disclosure of financial conflicts. More information can be found here

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