MedShr launches global health programme on World Health Day
6 April, 2021
Introducing MedShr’s global health programme
This World Health Day 2021, MedShr is delighted to announce the launch of its new Global Health Programme, connecting over 1.5 million healthcare professionals (HCPs) in 190 countries.
The programme will bring together healthcare professionals through specially curated educational networks, with the goal of providing education for key diseases and emerging priorities in global health.
These global networks will enable HCPs everywhere to explore challenging cases, share resources and experiences, and discuss research priorities in a variety of areas.
Free, interactive case-based learning and disease-specific discussion groups are now available on the MedShr app, focusing on Chagas disease, malaria, leprosy, sickle cell disease, preventable blindness, antimicrobial resistance and other global health challenges.
HCPs with a special interest in these areas, or with relevant educational experience to share?, are invited to join one of MedShr's new online global networks and engage in the latest discussions.
The new networks are linked and listed here:
MedShr is a secure, professional app and network for medical professionals to connect and learn through case discussion. Over 2 million doctors and HCPs use MedShr to discover, discuss and share clinical cases and medical images. The platform’s innovative educational approach puts focus on the application of insights from the latest scientific publications in real-world scenarios. Developed by doctors, for doctors, its speaks to specialists in their language, fostering learning and discussion about the specifics of clinical decision-making and management.