Medical Professional, Corporate and Patient Education
What do you need? How can Joslin help?
- Education for physicians
- Education and training for nurses, dieticians, educators, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals
- Education of community health workers
- Education of students
- Education of corporate leaders and staff
- Education for patients
You want to ensure that clinicians are best prepared to treat their growing patient populations who have prediabetes, diabetes and/or complications of diabetes, through understanding everything from basic information to sophisticated therapies to strategies for patient engagement.
Solution: Joslin Health Solutions International provides customized educational programs. Our award-winning continuing education programs have demonstrated success in improving the knowledge and skills of doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers.
Joslin programs are delivered through
- Seminars presented live in your location
- On-line learning
- Educational materials such as webcasts, audio podcasts, live streaming, DVDs and CDs
- Train-the-trainers sessions with associated resource material
Our programs are engaging and interactive. We have educated clinicians in over 25 countries, teaching more than 600,000 physicians over the last 8 years—more than 125,000 of them on-line.
You are a pharmaceutical, device, or other healthcare company looking to address specific strategic goals by educating your management, sales force or other industry staff.
Solution: Joslin Health Solutions International offers customized training programs for key staff on diabetes and its related conditions. Recognizing that every organization has specific educational needs, Joslin will work with you to design a program that meets your strategic goals and ensures maximum impact to your company.
To learn more, contact
William Hsu, M.D.
Senior Director, Joslin Health Solutions International
at (617) 309-5803,
or e-mail William.Hsu@joslin.harvard.edu
We offer several collaboration models:
Page last updated: March 04, 2015