CME accreditation

The organisers of the MEDLAB Congress are committed to ensuring that all of the scientific conferences presented as part of the event comprise of valuable and up-to-date topics that are relevant to the medical disciplines being addressed. They also aim to make sure that new advances, research and technologies are also highlighted to better inform and equip those attending.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Accreditation forms an integral part of fulfilling this commitment. By attending a CME accredited conference, delegates can be certain that the content of that conference has been well researched to ensure its relevance and suitability for the target audience. They can also rest assured that the overall objective of the conference is to either update or further improve attendees' competence, skills and knowledge within their specific discipline and not to act as a promotional tool for any particular company's products or services.

Each scientific conference at the MEDLAB Congress, taking place from 4 - 7 February 2019 is provided by the Cleveland Clinic Centre for Continuing Education.

Cleveland Clinic, located in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, is a non-profit, multi-specialty academic medical centre that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. It was founded in 1921 by four renowned physicians with a vision of providing outstanding patient care based upon the principles of cooperation, compassion and innovation.

Today, Cleveland Clinic has 1,800 staff physicians and scientists, representing 120 specialties and subspecialties. The Cleveland Clinic is consistently placed among the nation's best hospitals ranked by US News & World Report "America's Best Hospitals" survey.

The Center for Continuing Education has been committed to sharing a wealth of knowledge with physicians, nurses and other medical professionals across the United States and all over the world for more than 75 years. This centre is responsible for one of the largest and most diverse CME programmes anywhere.

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