Making Education Work Better for Patient Care


Using information to drive educational strategies is key to creating relevance and monitoring the effect of education on practice. Using a variety of database communication and data collection techniques, Mediate can provide information that identifies variations in practice, attitudes and learning needs across countries and professions. Relevant educational activities can then be developed which have enhanced impact.

Mediate develops strategies that combine information with education and communications to deliver programs with lasting results.

Face to face information collection is also an important means of understanding key issues in greater depth. Mediate manages advisory board and consensus meetings around the world using a combination of its own network of opinion leaders and those of the partner.

Some examples of Mediate's intelligence services include:

  • Educational needs assessments
  • Data collection from online international panels and surveys
  • Face to face research through Advisory Boards and Focus Groups
  • Background research through international network of contacts
  • Pre and post activity assessments and evaluations
  • Analysis and interpretation of information
  • International surveys to identify changes in practice
  • Collection and storage of CME credits as a resource for the association and program participants.
  • Mapping of variations in practice against disease outcomes

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