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CME LLC Granted Five-Year Full Approval by the American Psychological Association
Date:10/24/2007

IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- CME LLC (http://www.CMELLC.com), a leading provider of fully accredited continuing medical education programs since 1978, today announced it has been granted five-year full approval by the American Psychological Association (APA) as an approved sponsor of continuing medical education for APA members.

CME LLC received the five-year full approval as part of the APA's Continuing Education in Psychology (CEP) sponsor approval system, which recognizes organizations committed to providing high quality continuing professional education in psychology through its Continuing Education in Psychology Committee (CEPC). CME LLC has been an approved sponsor of continuing medical education for the APA since 1990, and this most recent five-year full approval status extends that status through August 2012.

"CME LLC offers hundreds of mental health continuing medical education events and related resources each year including the annual U.S. Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress, one of the largest continuing medical education events in the country focusing on mental health," said Niki Oquist, MD, FAAP and senior vice president of medical affairs for CME LLC. "CME LLC's continuation as an approved sponsor for the APA ensures its members will have access to these educational resources for the next five years."

About CME LLC

CME LLC, a division of CMPMedica, is a leading provider of fully accredited continuing medical education programs and offers a wide range of informational and educational resources for healthcare professionals. Based in Irvine, Calif., CME produces a variety of live events and conferences, print supplements, multimedia home study products, and Web sites and is the sponsor of the U.S. Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress and Regional Extensions and the Advances series of medical education sessions, which includes Advances in Primary Care Medicine, Neurology and Pediatric Medicine. For additional information, visit http://www.cmellc.com.

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