The Johnson & Johnson Institute fosters lifelong learning and development for healthcare professionals (HCPs) throughout every stage of their careers. During the pandemic, this commitment has continued through the many virtual learning programs delivered by the Johnson & Johnson Institute across a range of specialties.
At this year’s 2021 Breast Surgery e-Conference, more than 800 HCPs from across EMEA and around the world came together to share learnings about advancing surgical techniques in both reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. Participants also had the opportunity to see the debut of a new online educational resource from Mentor to optimize breast implant selection.
Emphasis on Revision Procedures
Due to increased demand for implant removal and replacement driven by patients, the conference focused on the challenges of revision breast surgery. During the plenary sessions, world-class faculty shared practical learnings and the latest clinical research.
Participants were able to personalize their learning experience by selecting masterclasses which focused on specific complications and their management.
“Today’s complex health care landscape puts increased pressure on health care providers to keep up with changing consumer demands and advancements in technology,” said Alexandra Holmes, Mentor Lead, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “We greatly appreciated the leadership of our esteemed faculty in delivering an educational experience that will help to advance patient care and satisfaction for breast implant surgery.”
New Online Educational Platform for EMEA HCPs
Implant selection for breast augmentation surgery is a multifactorial process. The Mentor Breast Implant Selection Hub is a new, innovative professional education resource that presents the diverse opinions of leading breast surgeon experts. The video-based platform uses an engaging interview format to showcase their experience and learning across a range of topics related to implant selection. The online resource is intended for EMEA HCPs and can be accessed at www.breastimplantselection.com
“The use of short video clips makes it easy for learners to ‘ask’ questions and go directly to the video responses. This simple approach makes this an excellent tool for our day-to-day practices,” said Paul Harris, MD, Scientific Committee Chair for the e-conference and a contributor to the online resource. “I encourage you to explore this resource, learn from the experiences of others, and see how it might help you deliver improved results for your patients.”
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