Continuous medical education for healthcare professionals
OMRON Academy is a curriculum framework made by expert scientists, and offers continuous medical education for healthcare professionals. The training highlights specific challenges in the field of hypertension and respiratory disease and offers updates on the latest advances in these fields.
Committed to helping people live a freer and more fulfilling life with zero compromise, OMRON Healthcare is a global leader in the field of clinically proven, innovative medical equipment for health monitoring and therapy making OMRON Healthcare the Global No.1 brand in both digital blood pressure monitors as well as nebulizers for respiratory treatment.1, 2
At OMRON, we listened to practicing healthcare professionals around the world to learn about the daily needs and gaps that needed to be filled to optimize the treatment of their patients. We acknowledged the need for translating science into practical recommendations for healthcare professionals.
Partner medical societies
To endorse the content of our training, we have partnered with the leading medical societies, as the European Society of Hypertension (ESH), the British and Irish Hypertension Society (BIHS) and the Asthma and Chest Care Foundation (ACCF), which carry the responsibility for treatment guidelines and recommendations used by healthcare professionals.
“The OMRON Academy is a valuable initiative in filling the gap of creating awareness globally of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. The great value of this program is that it empowers people to transfer skills needed to achieve the final blood pressure targets."
Prof. Dr. Francesco Cappuccio
(President of the British and Irish Hypertension Society)
“The Academy is an excellent healthcare initiative that supports healthcare professionals improve their ability and skills to manage high blood pressure."
Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Tsioufis
(President of the European Society of Hypertension)
1World Health Organization 2017 | Source: Global Health Observatory (http://www.who.int/gho)
2GfK data on file