European Medical Association, Belgium
*Corresponding author: Jacqueline Rudolph Germain, Administrative assistant, European Medical Association, Avenue des Volontaires, 19, 1160 Brussels, Belgium
Submission: September 20, 2018; Published: October 11, 2018
ISSN: 2578-0042Volume4 Issue2
Bioscience and technology are increasing the understanding of the human body and mind, and the ways in which injuries, conditions and diseases can be prevented and treated. Health professionals will be required to keep abreast of these developments as they manifest themselves in new equipment, treatments and prevention. Technological advancements such as big data continuously expand the potential of health professionals in clinical decision-making and advance care delivery. To reflect on these developments, a consortium of 13 partners was pulled together to join a diverse range of expertise to develop new training opportunities for health-care professionals, including medical doctors, in which they are offered courses and training opportunities to learn about these technological developments and their application in their daily work-practice.