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Our goal is to provide scientifically rigorous and relevant medical educational opportunities to support healthcare providers to improve and expand their clinical competence, confidence, and performance in providing quality healthcare. The innovative educational activities produced are designed to target specialists, physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, and all other healthcare professionals.
eMedEd is a full-service, independent, non-accredited medical education company that emphasizes compliance, interactivity, rigorous scientific design, applications,advancing clinical care, and improved patient health outcomes through the delivery of evidence-based educational activities and clinically relevant content. When combined with the “precise selected delivery format,” eMedEd can facilitate learner-focused education with significant measurable outcomes.
The eMedEd approach is to take the most detailed, in-depth, and fair-balanced content from multiple evidence-based sources and our content is then further developed by a medical services team of experts with significant clinical experience, under extensive guidance from leading physicians and medical researchers, along with a comprehensive needs assessment analysis that identifies true educational gaps and barriers in order to facilitate physician and healthcare professional change.
Our team has extensive experience educating learners across a wide range of therapeutic areas
The challenges of assimilating the abundant amount of information stemming from clinical trials, empirical evidence, and guidelines can be daunting, especially in light of the critical demands on the learner’s time. eMedEd focuses on and develops activities to meet specific educational and practice needs of both the specialists and primary care healthcare professionals. Through these objectives, we provide the necessary “best practices” to target clinicians practicing in the relevant therapeutic areas through demonstrated needs analyses.