Medical Education

New COVID19 education programme for doctors in Africa and Middle East

Janis Curry
   
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

Samantha Goh
   
The ExCel London exhibition halls to be converted into a temporary new hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mini Medical Quiz Challenge

Janis Curry
   

MedShr's Highlights from ESC Congress 2019

George Ulmann
   

The Cardiovascular Effects of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists: A Literature Review

Teniola Salisu
   

This week at MedShr: #SportsInjuryWeek!

Teniola Salisu
   

MedShr in a refugee camp: a junior doctor's perspective

Stefania Gancitano
   
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.

Protecting patient privacy in the digital age

Stefania Gancitano
   

Nadine Coull

Stefania Gancitano
   
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