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Doctors.net.uk unveils medical quiz apps

Apps cover therapeutics, cardiology, general internal medicines and general practice

Docters.net.uk medical quiz app

UK medical network, Doctors.net.uk has launched two medical quiz apps for iPhones and iPads aimed at doctors and other healthcare professionals (HCPs).

Medical Quiz Lite (free) and Medical Quiz Premium (£1.49) can be downloaded from iTunes and feature a multiple-choice quiz, plus informal learning tools.

The Lite version features questions covering general medical knowledge, while the Premium version covers specialist areas, including therapeutics, cardiology, general internal medicine and general practice.

Dr Tim Ringrose, CEO of Doctors.net.uk, said: “Education is becoming increasingly important to doctors with the introduction of revalidation, and with heavy workloads, busy lifestyles and growing economic pressures, doctors need to find convenient and effective ways to fit continuing medical education (CME) around their schedule.

“Our new apps answer doctors' need for bite-sized learning resources that are so quick and accessible they can be completed on an iPhone or iPad within minutes. We have presented these quizzes in a light-hearted way to make learning fun as well as informative.”

The medical quiz apps join Doctors.net.uk's existing smartphone apps, which include a medical news app and a conference highlights app.

4th December 2012

From: Marketing, Healthcare

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