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The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the FSMB Foundation have partnered with other medical and educational organizations to offer new online training on safe prescribing of ER/LA opioid medications.
The NCMB has created a guide to assist licensees who must close their practices, due to retirement or other circumstances such as illness or loss of authority to practice as a result of disciplinary action.
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