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FMCSA Revisits NRCME Handbook

Update: Medical Examiner’s Handbook 2024 Edition

Original post from May 23, 2019:

The FMCSA Medical Review Board will be meeting in Arlington, Virginia July 15 and 16. The MRB will revisit its July 2018 recommendations on revising the FMCSA Medical Examiners Handbook and discuss how to best provide educational materials on pharmacology to certified medical examiners. The MRB will also review a recently completed study assessing the safety performance of commercial motor vehicle drivers operating under the conditions of the Agency’s vision exemption program. The full announcement can be found here. The latest NRCME Medical Examiner's Handbook is located here:

Other blogs of interest:
Medical Examiner’s Handbook 2024 Edition
The Medical Examiner’s Handbook
The Medical Examiner’s Handbook Through The Years

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