Neuroscience Education Institute and Clinical Psychiatry News announce educational alliance
Partnership will create and deliver high quality medical education for psychiatrists and allied health professionals.
Morristown, NJ, 10 February 2005 - Elsevier’s International Medical News Group (IMNG) is pleased to announce an educational alliance between the Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) and Clinical Psychiatry News to create and deliver high quality medical education for psychiatrists and allied health professionals.
NEI is an independent, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)-accredited, provider of continuing medical education (CME) and a leader in psychopharmacologic education. NEI has been recognized for its innovative contributions to psychiatric education through such awards as the 2002 Lundbeck International Neuroscience Foundation (LINF) Prize and the 2004 San Diego Psychiatric Society Education Prize. Under the direction of NEI’s distinguished founder and chairman, Stephen M. Stahl (MD, PhD), the NEI-team develops accurate, consistent, and current content across a broad spectrum of psychiatric and psychopharmacologic topics.
Clinical Psychiatry News is the leading independent medical newspaper for psychiatrists. Clinical Psychiatry News and the family of IMNG publications cover hundreds of medical meetings in the US and internationally as well as publishing numerous ACCME-accredited educational programs.
“The high quality of NEI’s educational programs combined with the authority and reach of Clinical Psychiatry News will be of great benefit to the dedicated psychiatry professionals that we both serve,” said Alan Imhoff, President and Group Publisher of Elsevier/IMNG.
Richard Davis, Vice President of Neuroscience Education said, “the excellence and innovation of our educational endeavors and our ability to help people understand complex concepts have garnered international recognition and acclaim as a benchmark in continuing medical education. Our desire has been to make these educational resources more accessible. We believe that Clinical Psychiatry News represents a very effective means to make that desire a reality.”
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