2 500 cardiologists attends accredited CME

September 10, 2008
Continuing medical education (CME) help professionals in the medical field maintain competence and learn about new and developing areas of their field. CME often takes place as live events headed by highly renowned researchers and opinion leaders.

A+ Science managed three out of eight of the CME programmes during the annual meeting of European Society of Cardiology August 30 to September 02 -2008 in Munich on behalf of the Sahlgrenska Academy, Gothenburg University and the programme sponsor AstraZeneca. The CME topics where “Heart failure management”, “Cardiovascular risk management” and "Acute coronary syndrome”. In total about 2 500 specialists attended.

The services provided by A+ Science AB included seeking accreditation, thoroughly review of the material to be presented, registration of attendances and managing the diplomas to be sent to the participants.

CME is becoming an increasingly common practice in healthcare education, a service A+ Science has managed since 2004.

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