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EIMSED

The EIMSED European Institute for Medical & Scientific Education, founded 2008, offers expertise in the area of medical education, especially CME programs (live educational meetings and online learning).

Multi-sourced needs assessments, detailed market knowledge/understanding and continuous evaluation as well as an independent scientific advisory board ensure quality, up-to-date information, practice-relevance and participant-needs orientation of all CME provided by EIMSED and guarantee a constant improvement of the educational offer.

EIMSED CME includes an overall educational offer for physicians – symposia, workshops, discussions, case studies, e-Learning courses, live webinars, scientific exchange, printed materials.

Moreover, EIMSED features the Virtual EIMSED – the online learning platform, networking and scientific exchange.

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EIMSED offers an optimum and tailor-made educational program for any physician according to his therapeutic area of interest, learning habits and time resources that considers adult learning principles and addresses all important competences (knowledge, skills, attitude).

EIMSED CME programs are certified with CME credits by the responsible accreditation bodies.

EIMSED was founded with the intention to create a global platform that incorporates different stakeholders of the healthcare system – unbiased and with focus on medical education.
At a global and long-term level, the EIMSED mission is to establish an international network to contribute to best-practice CME with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes and public health.

As a non-profit association neither belonging to an official institution, society or association nor to a profit-oriented company, EIMSED is best suited to detect knowledge gaps and provide high level education, needed by physicians in order to better understand patient needs and innovative approaches.

EIMSED is supported by grants, service and consultancy fees as well as participant fees.

EIMSED is one of the founding members of the Good CME Practice Group and follows their four principles (appropriate education, balance, transparency, effectiveness)