Event to provide CME/CE credits to those who register for free event
The Institute for Advanced Medical Research is pleased to announce that, with their regional partner Global Medical Education (GME), they will sponsor the “GME Psychiatry Update” on February 21, 2015. The event will take place in Atlanta, GA, at the W Atlanta Midtown and is free to participants.
Global Medical Education (GME), a free online medical education resource, is hosting this 15-city series to help bring information about current developments in psychiatry and neuropsychiatry to local providers. Physician presenters will review best practices along with the the latest advances in diagnostic and therapeutic issues in patients with bipolar disorder, major depression, sleep disturbances, ADHD, binge eating disorder and schizophrenia. Prakash Masand, M.D., founder of Global Medical Education and Chief Scientific Officer at the Institute for Advanced Medical Research, will lead the world-renowned faculty team presenting at the Atlanta meeting.
“This event reinforces our commitment to bringing educational opportunities to medical professionals, as well as the community at large, this year,” offered Angelo Sambunaris, M.D., founder and Chief Medical Officer at the Institute for Advanced Medical Research. “Additionally, it is a tremendous opportunity for health professionals in the southeast who treat psychiatric illnesses to obtain cutting edge information on the state of medical research from world-class providers and researchers.”
Registration for this one-day update is free and participants will receive 6 CME/CE credits (including nursing credits) for attending. For more information and to register visit www.gmeded.com/psychupdate.
About the Institute for Advanced Medical Research
The Institute for Advanced Medical Research empowers individuals struggling with neuropsychological conditions to actively participate in their treatment. By educating and informing patients and their families, the team offers them a renewed sense of purpose. Rather than simply being victims of a disease, study participants become health care heroes, creating a personal legacy of advancing medical science. For more information, visit the Institute for Advanced Medical Research website at IAMResearch.org, or call 770-817-9200.
Global Medical Education is a free online medical education resource that provides timely, unbiased, evidence-based medical education and online medical information from the world’s leading experts to health care professionals around the world. GME provides answers to medical questions, from the common place to the most critical, in concise three to four minute medical education videos, available on-demand on all major digital devices. Our first area of specialty is psychiatry, and we are pleased to offer more than 700 medical education videos featuring some of the world’s most renowned medical experts, researchers and clinicians in the field. Learn more by visiting gmeded.com.