Ukrainian doctors get access to British Medical Journal

Ukrainian doctors get access to British Medical Journal

Ukrainian doctors have received access to the British Medical Journal (BMJ), one of the most influential and respected general medical journals in the world, the Ukrainian Health Ministry’s press service reports. 

"The Health Ministry jointly with the British Medical Journal have launched an initiative that will provide Ukrainian doctors with the possibility of medical education online and access to quick answers to clinical questions from healthcare professionals," reads the report.

The Journal has provided access to Ukrainian doctors to the two largest educational resources: MJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning.

Ukrainian doctors can sign up for a free course through the coordinators of the British Medical Journal in Ukraine.

As earlier reported, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on October 19 approved the healthcare reform.


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