[CME]: CME Brings in First Group for 2011.

January 12, 2011

By Hambartsum Simonyan

This week, FAR welcomed the first group of 2011 participants for its Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program. Nana Karapetyan, a pediatrician from Artashat; Lusik Manatsakanyan, a therapist from Armavir; Garunik Ghushchyan, a therapist from Noyemberyan; and Astghik Gharaqeshishyan, a laboratory physician from Vanadzor, began the program yesterday. They will spend about a month working with doctors in Yerevan to learn about the latest medical advances in their specializations.

This begins the sixth year of CME. More than 255 doctors from Armenia’s rural areas have enhanced their knowledge of modern medical practice through this program since 2005. CME provides the way for these doctors to learn about innovative approaches and methodologies from top healthcare providers in Yerevan free of cost.

Hambartsum Simonyan with
CME Program Participants


Credit: Hambartsum Simonyan

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