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M.J. Powers & Co Publishers is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing education for physicians. Our activities are also approved by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) for Maintenance of Certification (MOC).


The overall mission of the M.J. Powers & Co Publishers CME program is to provide learning activities that are continually improved and motivating to participants. Our focus is to provide objective, unbiased, high quality educational opportunities that are conceived and planned to increase competence, performance in practice, patient safety and, where possible, patient outcomes. The MJPCo CME activities concern patient medication safety and evidence of treatment efficacy relevant to clinical psychiatry or clinical child and adolescent psychiatry. 

The MJPCo CME activities are directed toward physicians and other healthcare providers, in particular psychiatrists, child and adolescent psychiatrists and other mental healthcare providers. 

Our participants will report an increase in competence and an intention to change clinical behavior by applying their recently learned new knowledge in their practice.

The following members of the planning committee for MJ Powers & Co Continuing Education Activities declare no financial relationships relevant to the course materials.
Trish Elliott, Executive Editor
Tara Hausmann, Associate Editor
Donna Foehner, Assistant Editor

CME activities may discuss unlabeled or investigational uses of commercial products as well as products not yet approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. 

Earn your credit using either the online interactive program or the traditional print format. Both offer the same great activities and the same amount of credit (up to 12 credits per activity).  Simply click the format you prefer to get started.​


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