BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical knowledge providers, is implementing an ambitious Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Training Initiative, aimed at improving healthcare outcomes in Ukraine. BMJ and the Ministry of Health are now delighted to announce a new Memorandum of Understanding which accredits BMJ for continuing medical education and professional development.
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.
Mitali Wroczynski, Head of Strategic Partnerships at BMJ said: “Today’s clinicians face a wealth of constantly changing information and it is increasingly difficult to keep knowledge and practice current. We are proud to use our international expertise to deliver trusted, evidence-based knowledge to Ukrainian healthcare professionals.”
She added: “Ukraine has ambitious plans for improving its healthcare systems and infrastructure, improving the use of health resources, and the quality of healthcare services. It is a challenging task and we feel privileged to be supporting these aims through the CDS Training Initiative. Given the enthusiasm, energy and the thirst for evidence based knowledge and resources, the commitment and support of the Ministry, I am confident that together we will achieve our ambitions.”
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