Healthcare Education Content production

We develop medical education content that attracts both speakers and their audiences, increases public health awareness among key healthcare stakeholders, and engages decision makers at all levels of a healthcare system. We help scientific communities and patient organisations develop into medical education producers, sharing valuable information on how to address current medical real-life problems.

eic² helps client organisations create value for society by becoming a trusted medical education source of practice-focused content as a useful complement to the basics provided by medical universities. A key success factor is our capacity to build strong partnerships with leading healthcare professionals, scientific communities, academics, medical and patient associations, and institutions. These partnerships enable the creation of evidence-based, accurate, and credible education content. They offer complementary real-life perspectives on health care, facilitate education across peer groups, and drive international scientific collaboration.

The eic² team works together with these experts to research the most urgent educational support needs, then brings these bright and influential minds together. Our collaborators create optimised educational content from the most scientifically credible sources, updated with the latest clinical evidence. Concisely presented, our materials are ready to use in daily clinical practice, and are always customised to serve the specific educational, information needs and preferences of our target audiences.

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The Healthcare Sector

New touch points have transformed the ways in which professionals and patients access information and manage health conditions.
Online communication, new forms of face-face education and mobile devices are redefining access to healthcare. Digital collaboration do not only allow us to offer quality content, customised for specific audiences, but also to do so in the most cost-effective way.