The Lundbeck Institute
A forum for professional education and interaction in neurology and psychiatry.
The Institute was founded in 1997 as a unique educational initiative by H. Lundbeck A/S with the following vision and mission:
To improve the wellbeing of patients with neuropsychiatric diseases through provision of innovative and internationally acknowledged education to health care providers throughout the world.
To provide, unbiased, evidence-based medical education from the leading medical experts to health care professionals.
The goals of the Lundbeck Institute are:
To improve the awareness, recognition and management of CNS diseases through best available evidence-based educational activities.
- Quality of Care:
To encourage best clinical practice by providing guidance and up to date information for optimal treatment and care.
To facilitate scientific and clinical networking with clinicians via seminars and related cascading.
Be a centre of excellence for CNS disease understanding and management.
The activities of the Lundbeck Institute are non-product related and all activities build upon objective and evidence-based knowledge.
At present, the Institute is involved in the following activities:
The Institute's educational activities are approved by the Lundbeck International Neuroscience Foundation (LINF) consisting of 80 prominent psychiatrists, neurologists and patient organisations from all over the world. They take on a number of tasks and responsibilities such as:
- advising on topics to be addressed
- being involved in production of Institute material
- giving expert lectures at the Institute seminars
Published on CNSforum 14 Feb 2005