Nov 03, 2023
DKBmed LLC is developing an interactive, case-based, two-part educational program to address the emerging knowledge gaps faced by clinicians who treat patients with lung cancer.
Aug 11, 2023
DKBmed, LLC collected a pair of awards at the annual meeting of the National Association of Medical Education Companies, Inc.
Jun 16, 2023
DKBmed LLC is working with the University of Texas Southwestern Health Center to produce a quality improvement program targeted towards Dallas-based barbers and clinicians serving communities with large Black and Hispanic populations.
May 26, 2023
DKBmed LLC, together with the John Hopkins School of Medicine and the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing, is releasing a fresh fifth installment and a special edition of its eMultipleSclerosis Review series.
May 12, 2023
DKBmed LLC is launching a pair of new educational initiatives that address the needs of pharmacists and clinicians treating patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
May 05, 2023
DKBmed, LLC, is renewing its popular eHIV Review series for an eighth volume. This latest installment provides clinicians with best practices in HIV care in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apr 28, 2023
DKBmed, LLC and Med Learning Group (MLG) are partnering again to produce a new suite of educational activities targeted towards primary care providers, ophthalmologists, and other healthcare providers who manage patients at risk or with diabetic...
Feb 03, 2023
DKBmed LLC is partnering with Project ECHO, inventors of the ECHO model in which participants engage in a virtual community with their peers where they share support, guidance and feedback, to develop a multipart program to address the global HBV burden.
Jan 27, 2023
DKBmed LLC is partnering with Project ECHO, inventors of the ECHO model in which participants engage in a virtual community with their peers where they share support, guidance and feedback, to create ECHO Migraine: Helping Community Clinicians Improve...
Jan 06, 2023
DKBmed, LLC is partnering with Bellin Health, Community Health Systems (CHS), and the Order of Saint Francis HealthCare (OSF) to implement technology and education to identify patients who have retinopathy related to diabetes.