The British Medical Journal (BMJ) is a global healthcare knowledge provider, with expertise in healthcare education, clinical decision support, research and publishing, and a vision of creating a healthier world by sharing knowledge and expertise to improve experiences, outcomes and value.
Within the framework of the Clinical Decision Support (CDS) initiative, the BMJ collaborates with the Ministries of Health to provide medical doctors with BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning, with online evidence-based decision support tools to improve their ability to detect, diagnose and manage patients.
The Initiative provides clinicians and healthcare professionals with evidence-based online tools and resources, including BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning, to improve the diagnosis, treatment and management of both communicable and noncommunicable diseases. Produced by international experts, they are reviewed by Ukrainian clinicians and experts and adapted to users in country in Ukrainian language, available offline, online and via mobile devices. The programme is fully supported by the Ministry of Health and a national Working Group.
BMJ Best Practice is an online decision support tool that gives doctors fast and easy access to the latest information when making diagnosis and treatment decisions. Updated daily, it draws on the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert opinion to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention.
BMJ Learning is an online learning resource that offers healthcare professionals a fast and efficient way to test their knowledge and keep up to date with the latest developments in medicine. It features over 1,000 evidence-based, peer-reviewed learning modules across 70 specialty areas.
How to Join
Only doctors who have the right to practice medical activities (specialists who have a diploma and an actual certificate of a specialist) are allowed to join the BMJ project. In addition, it is important that the physician is motivated to improve his/her qualifications and professional development.
For registration doctors must provide their own e-mail address, their private mobile phone number, and must have an access to the Internet. Also, to connect to the resource, the access code of the institution in which the doctor works is needed. If s/he combines work in several medical institutions, it is important to remember that registration is possible ONLY ONCE (from one institution).
To access the resource, contact the project coordinator in your area.
Contact information of coordinators: https://goo.gl/GYegbk
BMJ coordinators can solve the issue with the program manager BMJ Olena Novichkova: [email protected]
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|Linchevskyi Oleksandr||Deputy Minister of Health of Ukraine, co-chairman of the interdepartmental working group|
|Rudenko Iryna||Head of Department for Coordination with executive government bodies and ministries, Public Health Department of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine|
|Hulchii Olesia||Vice-Rector for International Relations Department, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education|
|Lynovytska Olesia||Vice-Rector for International Relations Department, Bogomolets National Medical University|
|Kuchyn Yurii||Director of the Institute of Postgraduate Education, Bogomolets National Medical University|
|Oleksina Nataliia||Chief specialist of the Department of Education and Science of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine|
|Riabinchuk Mykhailo||Head of the Department for Coordination of the Educational Programs, Public Health Center "Public Health Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine"|
|Yaroslava Dmytruk||Advisor of the Minister of Health of Ukraine|
|Rybalko Alla||Head of Department of University Education, Department of Higher Education of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine|
|Mohilevkina Iryna||Professor of the International Academy of Ecology and Medicine, Coordinator of the distance learning courses with the use of BMJ resources (upon prior consent)|
|Vusoitska Olha||Director of the Educational Center - Ukrainian Training Center of Family Medicine, Bogomolets National Medical University|
|Petrusevych Tetiana||Associate Professor of the Epidemiology Department, Bogomolets National Medical University|
|Pilipenko Maksym||Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education|
|Novichkova Olena||BMJ Implementation Lead in Ukraine|