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About Global Medical Education (GME)

Global Medical Education is a free online medical education resource that provides timely, unbiased, evidence-based medical education and online medical information from the world’s leading experts to health care professionals around the world.  GME provides answers to medical questions, from the common place to the most critical, in concise three to four minute medical education videos, available on-demand on all major digital devices.  Our first area of specialty is psychiatry, and we are pleased to offer more than 700 medical education videos featuring some of the world’s most renowned medical experts, researchers and clinicians in the field.

GME offers its users:

  • Up-to-date, unbiased, evidence-based mental health information.
  • Access to: an online library of more than 700 medical education videos that answer the most relevant, user-driven questions in psychiatry today; free CME webcasts led by our world-renowned faculty; GME’s monthly newsletter “GME Research Review,” with clinical commentary from leading experts in mental health; daily updates on Facebook and Twitter; and more…
  • On-demand connections to and collaboration with renowned medical experts and thought-leaders from preeminent institutions around the world.
  • More face time with patients and colleagues through GME’s ease of use and concise delivery format.


What makes GME unique?

GME allows users to quickly find evidence-based answers to specific questions.  We have taken the most common, most important, and most critical questions in each area of specialty and condensed what could take hours of research into concise and salient answers from the world’s leading experts. 

 

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GME does not provide medical advice. The website and articles are intended for informational purposes only. They are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the GME Website. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911.