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Take advantage of the FMA’s online CME courses including the new Opioid/Controlled Substance Prescribing course (separate courses for MD/DO, DDS/DMD/DN, DPM, and OD) and other state mandated topics.
State law requires all Florida-licensed physicians (MDs and DOs) and healthcare professionals licensed by the state boards listed here to complete a new, 1-hour CME on Human Trafficking by Jan. 1, 2021.
The FMA has three remaining dates in 2020 for the Quality Medical Record Keeping (QMRK) CME course and one date for Legal & Ethical Implications in Medicine. Click here for the dates and registration information.
Our Healthy Living Toolkit is designed to assist you in giving your patients guidance in choosing healthy, nutritious foods and in getting more physical activity into their day. Click here for more info.
Create and print your free Prescription Drug Card and receive savings of up to 75% (discounts average roughly 30%) at national and regional pharmacies.
What does the FMA do for you? Read our new User Manual, an A-to-Z guide to FMA member resources and services.
This text-based course addresses the rules of
the HB21 bill & satisfies the Florida mandatory training requirements for MDs & DOs that are DEA-registered prescribers. (NOT for PAs or ARNPs)
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