Professional Training and Accreditation
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A central function of an RMCE is the consolidation in one location of the clinical expertise, scientific knowledge, relevant equipment, trained technicians, regulatory competence, data collection and analysis tools and other facilities needed for the proper characterization and delivery of evidence-based regenerative medicine procedures (“RMP’s”). Thus, the center is well positioned for the education and training of clinicians, medical students, nurses, physician assistants, researchers and other healthcare professionals in all aspects of this dynamic field. Therefore, among the RMCE’s important activities are training sessions (including wet-labs), practicums, fellowships, patient seminars, “bio-breakfasts”, video-conferences and other training and education forums.
These activities are not only critical aspects of the branding and patient-flow development of the RMCE, but important curricular adjuncts for medical schools and neighboring hospitals. In conjunction with a medical school or professional society, the RMCE can provide an important accreditation component in one or more aspects of regenerative medicine. Indeed, interest in formalize regenerative medicine education is growing. Programs are being offered at such elite institutions as the Mayo Clinic, Humanitas University, Stanford Medicine and many others.