Liberum IME named winners at PMEA 2020

Written on Friday 27th November 2020

Excellence in Healthcare Professional Education and Support Programmes

Excitement was growing among the team at Liberum IME on November 25th as the PMEA 2020 virtual award ceremony drew closer. The team got together on a video call and tuned into the live stream for the results.

We didn’t have to wait long; our category was second to be presented and we were delighted to be announced winners of the PMEA 2020 award for Excellence in Healthcare Professional Education and Support Programmes!

Awarded in recognition of our educational platform Diabetes Knowledge in Practice, (which is only in its third year), this award was testament to our fantastic content team and leading global faculty in providing effective and valuable education.

The judges' comments say it all....

"Diabetes Knowledge in Practice was a consistent and impressive entry. It was clearly valuable to healthcare professionals, demonstrating behaviour change, with clarity on needs, good measurements and a strong strategy and learning. A truly impressive entry and strong winner."

A huge thank-you and congratulations goes to the to the Diabetes Knowledge in Practice team and all at Liberum IME. Let’s celebrate!

Diabetes Knowledge in Practice (DKIP) is an online educational platform providing independent educational activities many of which are accredited (EACCME and ACCME) for HCPs. The education is developed by a renowned international faculty with the support from Liberum’s educational experts. Each activity explores new data and best practice approaches to diabetes care across a range of learning types, designed to appeal to various adult learning styles.

Overall, this independent website has delivered over 7,000 educational sessions in six languages, since December 2018. The site has been hugely successful achieving an average satisfaction rating of 4.77/5.00, an average knowledge increase of 79%, and a demonstrable practice change amongst healthcare professionals of 81% on average.