BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwired - July 18, 2016) - The Metabolic Medical Institute has exciting news for medical professionals. The Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine (FMNM), the most popular advanced medical education fellowship offered by MMI, has just been approved to offer CME credits for their online core courses, Modules I-VII. Each module has been approved by ACCME for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ as well as continuing nursing education by ANCC and continuing pharmacy education from ACPE.
"Although we have been offering online education training for a number of years we were not meeting the increasing demand by our practitioners for online CME credits. Due to our collaboration with Global Education Group, we are pleased to now offer this option. It is always our goal to meet our health practitioners' expectations as they continue to dedicate endless hours to continuing education," stated Doreen Brown, CEO of Metabolic Medical Institute.
Comprised of seven clinical modules and an eighth non-CME hands-on course, the Fellowship is an interactive educational experience that features advanced training and web broadcasts, teaching the knowledge and skills needed to effectively practice personalized, regenerative and functional medicine. This elite program includes the most current and relevant information pertinent to the prevention and treatment of disease including the latest findings in the areas of endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, nutrition and much more.
The curriculum which has been approved for Master's Degree credits at both the George Washington University (GWU) and the University of South Florida (USF), is designed for progressive learning and is created by world-renowned experts from a variety of disciplines. The material stems from the root causes of chronic diseases that patients are affected by every day, offering a comprehensive approach for treating the patient, not just the symptoms.
It aims to prepare practitioners to become leaders in a new form of medicine, one that is personalized, preventive and predictive. Fellows learn a wellness-oriented approach to care, built on the latest breakthroughs in research across diverse medical and health care disciplines.
The Fellowship is truly a place for them to rediscover the passion for patient care. But most importantly, they can immediately begin to incorporate the teachings into their medical practice.
The goal of the Metabolic Medical Institute is to set a new standard of medical education, and to help practitioners better serve their patients, speaking a new language of health and wellness, fueled by the latest science. It is far better to prevent illness and build health than it is to treat disease when it has already taken hold. For more information, visit www.mmimedicine.com.