DKBmed Takes Two Awards at 2023 Alliance Awards Ceremony

MANHATTAN, N.Y. - Aug. 11, 2023 - PRLog -- DKBmed, LLC collected a pair of awards at the annual meeting of the National Association of Medical Education Companies, Inc. (NAMEC):
  • HIV Learning Lab China – 2022 Best Practice in CME Outside of the United States
  • Saving Sight: Vision Protection and Blindness Prevention in T2D – 2022 Best Practice in Collaboration Among CME Stakeholders

About HIV Learning Lab China
HIV Learning Lab China is a joint, educational initiative developed by DKBmed, and the International Medical Exchange & Cooperation Committee (IMECC) based in Shanghai, China. In this multipart webcast series, participants can learn about best practices for screening HIV and high-risk patient populations, barriers to proper care, pre-exposure prophylaxis, and the latest treatment options for those living with HIV. Each activity concludes with an extensive question and answer session, which grants learners an opportunity to gain further insights on how to implement their newfound knowledge in real-world practice settings. Broadcast in Chinese and English, HIV Learning Lab China features expert faculty educators, including Ethel D. Weld, MD, PhD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (who speaks Chinese) and Toby Shu, PhD from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

To date, HIV Learning Lab China has reached over 2,500 learners in China, including over 5,500 views on WeChat. Preliminary results suggest high degrees of knowledge improvement among learners; final outcomes are anticipated in Q3 of 2023.

About Saving Sight: Vision Protection and Blindness Prevention in T2D
Saving Sight: Vision Protection and Blindness Prevention in T2D is the product of a partnership between DKBmed and Med Learning Group. Through this joint venture, DKBmed and Med Learning Group created a comprehensive knowledge hub and dynamic educational epicenter by intertwining the Vision RELIEF and Saving Sight websites and app. Catering to primary care physicians, optometrists, pharmacists, retina specialists, fellows, and patients, this multipart program features several innovative, interactive components designed to address knowledge gaps in the management of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema:
  • The Saving Sight Quality Improvement Initiative: a quality improvement program led by DKBmed and deployed at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Boston University, and Texas Tech University/El Paso that reaches 770 providers and 120,000 patients with diabetes.
  • Pharmacy Education with Power-Pak: specialized content and tools tailored for the needs of pharmacists – estimated reach is 10,000 through the Power-Pak platform.
  • Immersive Simulation Centers: animated simulations of patient case scenarios with interactivity driven by healthcare provider diagnosis and therapeutic decision-making across various retinal diseases. Click here ( for a demonstration.
  • Whiteboard Preceptorships: activities with whiteboard animations designed to reduce the cognitive load required to grasp complex concepts.
  • MedGames: an enduring program based on Jeopardy! that gamifies the educational process and features Ken Jennings as host.
  • Nine virtual, live grand rounds at VA institutions.
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