BMJ Learning partners with Duodecim
BMJ Learning partners with Duodecim to support learning and development for hospital doctors in Finland
BMJ Learning, a leading international provider of online CME and postgraduate training, has teamed up with Duodecim Medical Publications (The Finnish Medical Society) to help healthcare professionals improve their knowledge and deliver the very best care to their patients.
The partnership will provide access to curated e-learning modules from BMJ Learning’s Hospital Collection, via Duodecim’s Learning Management System – Oppiportti.
Developed with frontline medical and nursing staff to reflect real life situations, BMJ Learning’s Hospital Collection offers e-learning modules that address critical areas for hospitals such as priority clinical conditions, safer prescribing, practical procedures, induction and preparing for life on the wards.
Around 2,500 specialist hospital junior doctors across Finland are expected to benefit from the new service, which includes a mixture of 3D animation, audio, images, text and clinical cases, all peer-reviewed and continuously updated to reflect the very latest guidance.
Louise Crowe, Director, BMJ Knowledge said: “At BMJ, we understand the value that our e-learning modules can provide within a Learning Management System. We are delighted to be working with Duodecim to provide Finnish healthcare professionals with the very best learning support enabling them to keep up to date with the latest developments and deliver high quality patient care.”
Pekka Mustonen, Managing Director, Duodecim Medical Publications said: ”We are excited to collaborate with BMJ Learning, a renowned provider of high quality medical knowledge. The Hospital Collection complements the Oppiportti offering for secondary care and will particularly benefit junior doctors, the future specialists of our healthcare.”
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Notes to Editors:
BMJ is a healthcare knowledge provider that aims to advance healthcare worldwide by sharing knowledge and expertise to improve experiences, outcomes and value. For a full list of BMJ products and services, please visit bmj.com
Duodecim’s aim is to develop the professional skills of doctors and to support their clinical practice through continuous medical education, publications and grants. For further information, please visit www.duodecim.fi.