Program trainers for FAR’s Continuing Medical Education Program met with staff on July 9 to review program statistics, achievements, success stories, and also brainstorm ways to strengthen the program in the future. This is the first of two such meetings that will be held this year.
Since 2005, the CME program has enabled Armenian doctors in the provinces to enhance their medical skills to better serve their patients and improve the country’s overall healthcare system. The number of trainers involved in the program has continually increased thanks to partnerships with the Salzburg International Medical Seminar program, Yerevan State Medical University clinics, among others.
CME Program trainers and mentors, the vice dean of YSMU, the director of the Republican Scientific Medical Library, and the Salzburg Medical Program coordinator for Armenia all participated.