WHY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Today most doctors know that Molecular Biology and Genetics can now help to better categorize and treat the diseases of some patients, and that on this basis, the practice of Precision Medicine can better treat a patient’s disease, instead of a patient’s type of disease. However, in order to adopt the cost-effective practice of Precision Medicine, a doctor’s challenge is to interpret and use, easily and quickly, a patient’s molecular and genetic data. This requires very specialized educational, analytical and laboratory support, hard to find in the market, which prevents most doctors from practicing Precision Medicine. PBM addresses this need having created Continuing Medical Education Curricula and our Point-of-Care service PMIS and PMCA products for doctor’s offices.
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME) COURSE
PBM provides the highest standard in Continuing Medical Education (CME) for Precision Medicine implementation and improved delivery of patient care. Healthcare professionals who take our courses can improve their science background, and practice-based skills. They will learn to use and interpret the most updated knowledge and methods of Molecular Medicine in healthcare for a broad range of inflammatory, degenerative and neoplastic diseases.
The content of PBM’s CME courses include, but are not limited to, Molecular and Precision Medicine, Theragnostics, Regenerative Medicine, and Translational Research. Our goal is to provide educational course activities that lead to improved patient care through implementation of Precision Medicine, including patient management on the basis of complementary and companion molecular diagnostic tests and target-oriented therapies.
PBM’s educational services are tailored to the continuing professional development needs of healthcare professionals to enhance professional and research-oriented competencies in Molecular Medicine.
PBM’s CME courses serve an international audience including medical students, practicing physicians and associated health professionals. Attendees can include, but are not limited to, specialists such as general surgeons, internists, cardiologists, pathologists and oncologists. PBM also serves a secondary audience that includes other health professionals who are also members of the healthcare team including clinical center managers; government officials involved in healthcare policies; and clinically-oriented biomedical research, and executives at clinically-oriented biotech and bioengineering companies.
1. Precision Medicine: Evidence-Based Development and Practice (ACTIVE)
2. Precision Medicine: Cancer Prevention and Early Detection (In development)
3. Precision Medicine: Breast Cancer (In development)
4. Precision Medicine: Colorectal Cancer (In development)
5. Precision Medicine: Cardiovascular (In development)
Our Precision Medicine CME 10-hour credit course, “Precision Medicine: Evidence-Based Development and Practice” is significantly valuable to healthcare professionals. It is currently active and available at: www.emedevents.com.