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What is 'global collaboration' and why is it important?

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Published: 29.01.19
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Dale Kummerle - Bristol-Myers Squibb, New York, USA

Dale Kummerle speaks to ecancer at the European CME Forum 2018 about the Global Alliance for Medical Information.

He explains that global collaboration in medical education is important as it provides opportunity to collaborate, to share efficiencies, and to work together towards the betterment of healthcare.

Kummerle also gives an overview of the session where they discussed the question 'What is collaboration?'.

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