Free online and personalized Continuous Medical Education (CME) course with the latest news on multiple sclerosis and spasticity presented by European experts by means of videos and slides.
As a CME supplier, LEXIC is tasked with the management and scientific coordination of the authors of the project, of applications for accreditation and endorsements, and for the creation of the different offline and online material and content.
The project goal is to present the latest advances in spasticity in multiple sclerosis to specialists in this disease so that patients receive the highest quality care and treatment.
Material is prepared following a systematic process to identify the core educational need: reporting that an improved therapeutic option has been found to treat spasticity in patients with multiple sclerosis, by means of a comparative analysis of all medical options and determine the best way to achieve the desired results according to each patient.
Training target: neurologists from across Europe specializing in multiple sclerosis and spasticity. Specialists from Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, and Romania have registered so far.