Meditute - web based short tutorials

August 2017

Cancer

Country of origin: USA, Australia & UK

Meditute aims to develop, deliver, and monitor the use of high quality, freely distributable medical education. It comprises a system of web based short tutorials delivering a wide variety of educational media, such as pictures, X-rays, scans, and videos. Meditute is designed to be used in hospital networks to provide educational support to junior doctors and nurses.

Resources

Achieving world-class cancer outcomes: a strategy for England 2015-2020 August 2018 The Independent Cancer Taskforce has published Achieving world-class cancer outcomes: a strategy for England 2015-2020....
inPractice® Oncology August 2018 inPractice® Oncology is the only point-of-care clinical reference designed to meet the unique needs of specialists. Full...
Living with and beyond cancer - improving future survivorship services August 2018 The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) has published Living with and Beyond Cancer: Taking Action to Improve...
Cancer System Performance August 2018 A website allows cancer patients, their families and health care providers in Ontario, Canada, to access the province's...
GP Practice Profiles for Cancer July 2018 The GP practice profiles for cancer were produced in support of the National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative. They...
Cancer statistics: availability and location July 2018 Document aims to provide an overview about cancer statistics, including information on statistics publicly available and...
Cancer Research Network Measures March 2018 Following a period of consultation Cancer Research Network Measures have been issued by the Department of Health as part of...
Orlive Surgical Broadcasts February 2018 Orlive is a trusted world resource in surgical broadcasting for physians, surgeons and caregivers.
Breast Cancer Survivor January 2018 Survivorship encompasses a range of lifestyle approaches to improve wellbeing and survival after a diagnosis of cancer....
Cancer Emergency Response Tool January 2018 The Cancer Emergency Response Tool (CERT) allows cancer patients to rapidly and effectively manage chemotherapy toxicity...
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