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Continuing medical education – A major asset

Dear Sir or Madam,

A part of the medical profession is to regularly take advanced training courses. New techniques, diseases and equipment demand a constantly updated knowledge. But how does a "good" education work, what to look out for? Is it perhaps even enough to take an online course? This would save a lot of time. For those as well as other aspects, see the Topic of the Month April "Medical education and training: new technology in the doctor's office".

Have fun reading,

Simone Ernst
Editorial team

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P.S.: We have visited the neonatology at the University Hospital Bonn for our new video. In an interview with Prof. Andreas Müller, we have learned how modern medical technology helps preemies into life.

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Medical education and training: new technology in the doctor's office

Topic of the Month

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Time never stands still in medicine and medical technology. Medical staff needs to continue their education about new devices or therapies. We therefore look at new technologies in the doctor's office in out Topic of the Month April. Enjoy reading!
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Medical education and training: new technology in the doctor's office
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Neonatology: intensive care between incubator and CPAP


Photo: Preview picture of video "Neonatology"
According to the World Health Statistics, 68,000 premature infants in Europe die each year. Today, the odds of extremely preterm babies being born are ever increasing. The primary reason for this is that quality of care has become an essential factor. The decline in mortalities for many years can be attributed to the advancements in medical technology.
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Neonatology: intensive care between incubator and CPAP
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Diabetes: comprehensive prevention, early "vaccination"?


Photo: Child's finger is pierced using a lancing device; Copyright: Institute of Diabetes Research
A diagnosis of diabetes often catches new patients off guard - for instance if they end up in the emergency room suffering from metabolic decompensation. Children are often affected by this. Their immune system destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas early on in their lives, thus causing type 1 diabetes.
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Diabetes: comprehensive prevention, early "vaccination"?
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