Knowledge Transfer Series

Knowledge Transfer Series

We are proud to announce the new Knowledge Transfer Series (KTS) which promotes, educates and shares information about the science and management of obesity.  Designed specifically for healthcare professionals, the e-learning content has been developed and endorsed by global experts, and is delivered in a comprehensive array of online resources covering a global approach to obesity, tailored to meet local needs in specific European countries

The adult obesity programme is a FREE, online continuing professional development (CPD) programme that provides 1 hour of accredited learning. The programme addresses:

  • The importance of managing obesity
  • How to manage obesity to reduce disease burden
  • Behavioral and pharmaceutical management

We have developed CME programmes in Denmark, Finland, Italy and Italy and Norway, with each national course accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for 1.0 ECMEC credit.

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We will develop additional country specific programmes in the coming months. For countries that do not yet have a specific programme, there is a core programme for international audiences.

A global approach, a national initiative

The Obesity Knowledge Transfer Series (KTS) is the result of international collaboration by world-renowned physicians specialising in effective management of obesity.  Local experts were engaged to tailor a core accredited CME program, resources and best practices; bringing you:

  • Accredited learning
  • Academic publications
  • Videos from expert physicians
  • Practical resources

Upon completion of the eCME program, “Adult Obesity: Why can’t my patient lose weight?” participants will be able to:

  1. Assess the root causes of obesity in patients.
  2. Identify barriers to weight loss and assist patients in overcoming them.
  3. Individualize treatment of obesity.

Register for free access, and watch your email for more information as content is tailored to additional countries