Projects In Knowledge® Completes Successful
HCV and Liver Disease Events in Washington, DC
Reinforces Its Standing as GI/Hepatology Education Experts
Livingston, New Jersey – November 12, 2013 – Projects In Knowledge (PIK) was the driving force behind a series of successful events held during the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (The Liver Meeting®) in Washington, DC. PIK is widely regarded as an expert developer of educational programs on viral hepatitis and other liver diseases. The events are summarized below:
PIK has deep and broad expertise in viral hepatitis, honed over more than 17 years and facilitated by well-established relationships with world-class GI and hepatology specialists and thought leaders, according to Ms. Peterson, Senior Vice President. ”We understand the full complement of liver diseases and are uniquely positioned to use our extensive knowledge base to develop high-quality, outcomes-oriented, medical education programs in all related areas.”
Ms. Peterson is also pleased with the record attendance at PIK’s two symposia–particularly the Sunday session on PBC, PSC & NASH, which are new specialty areas for the company. “Clearly, clinicians recognize PIK’s expertise and ability to address their educational needs on all types of liver disease. We will pursue opportunities to develop additional programs that will benefit clinicians who treat affected patients.”
About Projects In Knowledge
Projects In Knowledge is a fully accredited provider of free mobile apps, peer-reviewed education, and dynamic practice tools for physicians and other clinicians. Since 1980, our mission has been to improve the quality of healthcare in the United States and abroad by delivering exceptional professional education, with demonstrated results, using creative, effective, and easily accessible instructional modalities. Learn more about us and view our CME/CE/CPE programs at www.projectsinknowledge.com.
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