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Doctors.net launches medical quiz app

Doctors.net has launched its new medical quiz application that can be downloaded free of charge through iTunes for iPhone and iPad providing informal, ...

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|Dec 6|magazine4 min read

Doctors.net has launched its new medical quiz application that can be downloaded free of charge through iTunes for iPhone and iPad providing informal, light-hearted and valuable learning tools.

The application contains questions on general medical knowledge, while the second paid-for Premium App quizzes covers specialist areas including therapeutics, cardiology, general internal medicine and general practice.

This application can help to keep doctors and other healthcare professionals up to date with their continued medical education, an essential and important part of a physician’s career in the UK.

CME has also taken on a new importance as the doctors are being revalidated by the General Medical Council in the UK and that they are up to date on medical information, in order to keep practicing one.

The application comes with three sets of ten questions of general medical knowledge in a straight forward yes and no format. The medical quiz application follows the launch by Doctors.net uk of the medical news app, which is designed specifically for doctors of UK.

Tim Ringrose, Chief Executive of Doctors.net.uk said, “Education is becoming increasingly important to doctors with the introduction of revalidation, and with heavy workloads, busy lifestyle and growing economic pressures, doctors need to find convenient and effective ways to fit CME around their schedule.”  Mr. Tim added, “Our new apps answer doctors’ need for bite-sized learning resources that are so quick and accessible they can be completed on an iPhone or iPad within minutes. We have presented these quizzes in a light-hearted way to make learning fun as well as informative.”