Most Continuing Medical Education (CME) is funded by pharma and filled with subtle marketing messages. Choosing pharma-free education maximizes the chances of receiving objective medical information. PharmedOut, a Georgetown University Medical Center rational prescribing project, and Kaiser Permanente collaborated on the creation of two new pharma-free CME activities. “How Industry Promotion Affects Prescribing” focuses on covert methods of promoting drugs, and “Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease: First, do no harm” provides a critical assessment of therapies for dementia and mild cognitive impairment, as well as sensible alternatives. These courses can be viewed at: https://sites.google.com/georgetown.edu/pharmedout/cme. To learn more about PharmedOut and their approach to rational prescribing, please visit their website.