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The BMJ organizes trainings for regional coordinators in Ukraine

28 March 2018

The BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical knowledge providers, is implementing an ambitious Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Training Initiative, aimed at improving evidence-based knowledge and healthcare outcomes in Ukraine. In the course of this year, the BMJ team will train regional coordinators who will then become advisers for institutionalization and project advocacy, and will also discuss the opportunities for continuous education and professional development of medical community in Ukraine. The BMJ has already conducted four seminars in Zhytomyr, Poltava, Odesa and Lviv.

The main goal of these trainings is to improve and facilitate engagement of new resource users. Equally important, training participants will discuss the opportunities for continuing medical education and professional development through the use of the BMJ portal, tools and resources.

This initiative allows Ukrainian healthcare professionals gain access to the most up-to-date resources and trusted, evidence-based medical knowledge. Doctors will improve their skills in the most convenient and economic format – online learning.

The next steps include an active engagement of a wide network of practicing doctors in the BMJ project, as well as development of a highly professional medical community, and improvement of clinical decision support in daily medical practice.

If you are interested in this project, just contact your regional coordinator. Please note that the list of regional coordinators will be updated on a regular basis.

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