Dr.Evidence™ Partners with MedShr™ to Enhance Medical Knowledge for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals (HCPs)
SANTA MONICA, Calif.- Dr.Evidence™, the leading medical intelligence platform for life sciences companies, today announced the launch of a partnership with MedShr™, the world’s leading clinical case discussion platform.
MedShr Global Education Networks
MedShr’s Global Education Networks have been developed to support doctors and healthcare professionals on the ground. These groups allow HCPs to learn, share, and discuss experiences and challenges of working in under-resourced or rural healthcare settings. We are working to develop further Global Education Networks, and will keep this page updated with the latest developments in our networks.
NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme
The NHS England’s Clinical Entrepreneur programme will be open and welcoming applications from the 5th October 2021 with delivery of the programme for this year awarded to Anglia Ruskin University. MedShr founder and CEO, Dr Asif Qasim, has been a mentor for several years
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The burden of the developed world
Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is hepatic steatosis in a patient without a secondary cause for fat accumulation within the liver. What are the clinical manifestations of NAFLD and how should we manage these patients?
New COVID19 education programme for doctors in Africa and Middle East
MedShr’s new COVID-19 education programme for Africa and Middle East to include teaching cases, local data and guidance for managing COVID-19 patients in resource-poor environments.
Get Ready for the ExCel London: Nightingale Hospital
The ExCel London exhibition halls to be converted into a temporary new hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MedShr in a refugee camp: a junior doctor's perspective
When I began applying medical theory to practice for the first time during my internships as a medical student, I realised that it was so much more complex than what the textbooks prepare you for. I relied on the support and guidance of more experienced doctors, and I learned a lot during this time. However, I always wondered if other doctors had experienced similar cases and how they had managed them. I was also fascinated by medicine in different countries around the world.