Med Learning Group Receives 2018 Global Impact Award For Its Diabetes Cares Inititiative
The Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME) recently presented Med Learning Group with the prestigious 2018 Global CME Impact Award for its CARES Initiative, a multi-faceted CME (Continuing Medical Education) initiative focused on the management of Diabetes.
Reaching more than 4,700 healthcare professionals (HCP), the CARES Initiative’s educational activities successfully increased knowledge of and competence with the latest, evidence-based treatment guidelines and recommendations for Diabetes patients.
Med Learning Group received the award on Friday, May 18, 2018 during the 2018 GAME annual conference in Jersey City, New Jersey. Now in its second year, the Global CME Impact Award recognizes excellence, influence, and achievements by organizations and individuals implementing impactful and innovative CME/Continuing Education (CE) activities that transform healthcare for the greater good.
Med Learning Group Awarded with the 2018 Award for Outstanding Education Collaboration by the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions
The Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions http://www.acehp.org/ presented Med Learning Group with the 2018 Award for Outstanding Educational Collaboration on Saturday, January 20, 2018 during the Opening Night Awards Dinner at the Alliance 43rd Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida.
The award recognized New York City-based Med Learning Group’s DETECT Initiative, which focused on the early diagnosis and management of Alzheimer’s disease. The diverse continuing medical education programming reached 20,139 healthcare professionals (HCPs) from March 2016 through September 2017.
2018 Telly Award Winners
Med Learning is proud to share that we have been awarded four 2018 Telly awards for a variety of our 2017 medical education programming. “Med Learning Group is pushing the boundaries for video innovation and creativity at a time when the industry is rapidly changing” said Sabrina Dridje, Managing Director of the Telly Awards. “This award is a tribute to the talent and vision of its creators.” Our 2018 Tellys include:
- Use of virtual reality in Glioblastoma education, a program supported by a grant from Abbvie
- Use of virtual reality in Advanced Bladder Cancer education, supported by grants from Genentech, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Merck & Co.
- Use of interactive graphics in Atopic Dermatitis Online Education, supported by a grant from Sanofi-Genzyme & Regeneron
- People’s Choice Award for Multiple Sclerosis online education, a program supported by a grant from Genentech.
Telly Background: Throughout 2017-2018 the Tellys refashioned their categories to honor the type of work being made by leading producers, including education, social video and animation, as well as working with industry experts to identify important industry categories where technology was playing an impactful role in the ways stories are now being told: Virtual Reality, Interactive and 360 Video. To judge all this new and innovative work, the Tellys recruited over 200 new judges. The Telly Awards was founded in 1979 to honor excellence in local, regional and cable television commercials with non-broadcast video and television programming added soon after. With the recent evolution and rise of digital video (web series, VR, 360 and beyond), the Telly Awards today also reflects and celebrates this exciting new era of the moving image on and offline. The Telly Awards annually showcases the best work created across video, for all screens. Receiving over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents, Telly Award winners represent work from some of the most respected television stations, production companies, education companies, and publishers from around the world. The Telly Awards are judged by members of the Telly Awards Judging Council, a group of over 200+ working industry who have previously won the Telly Awards highest accolade and as such, have demonstrable expertise in the categories they review. We are very proud to be counted amongst the following past and present winners: Bloomberg, CBS Interactive, Comcast, Conde Nast, Discovery Communications, Disney, ESPN, FleishmanHillard, Fox, HBO, Hearst, HuffPost,, Microsoft, MLB, NBC, PBS, SapientNitro, The Guardian, The History Channel, Time Warner, Tiny Hero, Trailer Park, Universal, VaynerMedia, Viacom and Vice+. To learn more about Med Learning Group’s award-winning work in health literacy as well as its use of 3D and VR technology to enhance learners’ engagement, recall, and comprehension, please see our white papers below,
Montell Williams Shares His Journey with Multiple Sclerosis in Med Learning Group MS Treatment Minutes
(New York City, August 14, 2017) – Montel Williams is partnering with Med Learning Group, a continuing medical education (CME) division of Ultimate Medical Academy, to help educate neurologists, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other healthcare professionals about the unique challenges diagnosing and treating African Americans with multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic neurological condition that affects the central nervous system.
The course, “MS Treatment Minutes: Considerations for Improving Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Engagement in the African American Population,” is available online through July 25, 2018 via the websites of Med Learning Group, MyCME, the International Association of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses (IOMSN), and the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC).
Med Learning Group Presents Outcomes at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology
Med Learning Group was selected to present the outcomes of the DETECT Initiative, a large scale, multifaceted educational series focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of Alzheimer’s disease at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. Reaching over 18,000 healthcare practitioners across the country, DETECT created a space for collaborations among national and local experts, HCPs, and patient organizations working to support patients and caregivers battling AD.The inclusion of in-practice tools – the DETECT website, 3D toolkits, and personalized posters –facilitated recall and advanced change, particularly by supporting discussion and collaboration among patients, caregivers and colleagues, activating a variety of stakeholders to actively engage in care. Med Learning Group is also proud to note that DETECT was a finalist for the 2016 Global Impact CME Award. Please find an infographic description of the educational outcomes of DETECT below.
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