Educational Resources

The team of nearly 200 practitioners dives into all of the evidence and research each month to identify the most relevant and current information. Our peer-reviewed process ensures that we’ve covered all the angles, and our team of independent editors delivers on-point recommendations in a concise, easy to understand format.  The result? You get only what you need, which lets you spend more time caring for your patients (

Join like-minded colleagues in accessing the leading information source for evidence-based drug therapy recommendations, written for pharmacists by pharmacists. Use always current, authoritative guidance, updated monthly, to stay abreast of medication therapy updates and new clinical findings. Access clinical resources like drug charts and comparison tables.  Plus, get relevant, live and on-demand CE courses in the largest pharmacy CE library available on topics that impact your daily practice.

The Medical Letter, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that publishes critical appraisals of new prescription drugs and comparative reviews of drugs for common diseases in its newsletter, The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics. 

American Family Physician (AFP) is the AAFP's editorially independent, peer-reviewed and evidence-based clinical journal. Published semimonthly in print and online, AFP delivers concise, easy-to-read clinical review articles for physicians and other health care professionals. (

MDedge Family Medicine is the source for timely, relevant, evidence-based, practice-changing information for family physicians. Readily accessible, interactive formats make MDedge Family Medicine the best way for busy specialists to stay up to date and gain the perspectives they need to advance personal development and provide state-of-the-art care that improves patient outcomes (

Receive monthly monographs that focus on new diagnostic methods, treatments, and guidelines specific to family medicine. Each monograph explores a selected topic in-depth, presented in four easy-to-read, brief sections (

The clinical pharmacist's role within family medicine residency programs (FMRPs) is well established. However, there is limited information regarding perceptions of program directors (PDs) about clinical pharmacy educators. The study objectives were (1) to estimate the prevalence of clinical pharmacists within FMRPs and (2) to determine barriers and motivations for incorporation of clinical pharmacists as educators. Jarrett JB, Lounsbery JL, D'Amico F, Dickerson LM, et al. Fam Med. 2016 Mar;48(3):180-6