Eris Lifesciences launches ‘metabolic roadinar’ series to encourage CME, Health News, ET HealthWorld

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Eris Lifesciences launches ‘metabolic roadinar’ series to encourage CMEIn an attempt to disseminate medical knowledge through innovative techniques, Eris Lifesciences has launched the ‘Metabolic Roadinar’ featuring 18- well known doctors from across the country. The roadinar will be released in an episodic format for high engagement levels while providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) in innovative ways to help clinicians improve medical outcomes in patients.

The Metabolic Roadinar has been launched with the aim to support innovative thinking and deliver critical information to the medical fraternity.

Conceptualised by diabetologist Dr. Rajiv Kovil, the Roadinar will feature 18 doctors including Dr. Ambrish Mithal, Dr. Shashank Joshi and Dr. Tejas Shah amongst other prominent names from across the country. The experts will try to cover essential topics in medical education including rediscovering liver as the harbinger of diabetes, the interrelation between COVID- Diabetes- Mucormycosis- The boomerang effect of the pandemic, and DPP4 inhibitors amongst many others.

Speaking on bringing in innovative solutions to promulgate essential medical information, Amit Bakshi, Chairman and Managing Director, Eris Lifesciences said, “CME is an integral part of ensuring continuous knowledge building and an effective way to stay abreast with the current and forward looking developments in the medical industry. We want to bring together a fresh perspective and encourage newer ideas. Metabolic Roadinar, is an innovative way of delivering CMEs which retains its essence and at the same time opens avenues for disruption in the approach towards CMEs in future. We are happy to support innovation in this field and this becomes a trend setter for years to come.”

Talking about the motivation behind conceptualizing this initiative, Dr Rajiv Kovil, Diabetologist said, “From personal and industry experiences, we have witnessed decreasing engagement of the medical fraternity towards CMEs. While each of us understands its relevance and importance, the lack of innovation has made the platform dull and uninspiring. Hence, we were sparked by the thought of introducing CMEs in a more fun, lively and human format, which will build excitement. We thank Eris Lifesciences for helping drive this initiative, and hope this becomes the stepping stone for the disruption and evolution of the Indian and global CME landscape in the post-pandemic world.”

The first edition of the Metobolic Roadinar will be hosted on a YouTube channel, with one episode being launched every weekend.





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