Society For Worldwide Medical Exchange Expands Global Medical Education Programs Under The Leadership Of Renowned Clinical Development Executive

Dr. Bruno Musch will be leading SWME's humanitarian efforts to improve health care in developing countries and to expand education in key disease areas together with global medical society leaders

Society For Worldwide Medical Exchange Expands Global Medical Education Programs Under The Leadership Of Renowned Clinical Development Executive

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The (SWME), a global non-profit organization dedicated to the medical education of Health Care Providers, announces the appointment of Bruno Musch, MD, PhD, as Chairman of its Advisory Board. The appointment also marks the expansion of SWME's in alliance with medical society leaders around the world.

“It is time we innovate the way we educate Health Care Providers and share up-to-date knowledge and information through educational initiatives tailored for the specific regional and local audiences. By addressing these needs we can inspire cross fertilization and share experience. SWME is developing world class live and online interactive educational tools and extended congress programs that are accessible to large audiences, in particular for developing countries and for the many who cannot attend major medical conventions,” said Bruno Musch, MD, PhD.

With an impressive career spanning more than three decades, Dr. Musch has made ground breaking contributions to the development of medicines that have improved the quality of life of millions of patients around the world suffering from conditions such as epilepsy, sleep disorders, Parkinson's disease, restless leg syndrome and multiple sclerosis. Dr. Musch has previously served in global leadership roles in clinical development and medical affairs in large pharmaceutical corporations in both Europe and the United States.

Under Dr. Musch's leadership, SWME has recently expanded education programs in the areas of Neurology and Psychiatry. This includes the launch of a new continuing medical education course, "Bridging Neurology and Psychiatry: Movement Disorders," which will be held in Boston, MA on October 12, 2013 in collaboration with Brown University, the Movement Disorder Society (MDS) and Butler Hospital and will address the behavioral aspects of movement disorders.

In his role, Dr. Musch will be leading SWME's humanitarian efforts to improve health care delivery in developing countries, and to expand education in key disease areas together with global medical society leaders.

The Society for Worldwide Medical Exchange (SWME) is an international non-profit organization uniting doctors around the world to advance global health through continuing medical education. Recognizing health as a fundamental human right, SWME works to strengthen health care delivery in developing communities by breaking down barriers to quality medical education.

We believe that if we take action as a united global medical community, together we can fight diseases, develop cures and save lives.

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