How could Meducation help those in developing countries?

We know that working together and sharing resources has helped many studying medicine in the UK. In recent times we have seen more people from developing countries benefiting from this. It has got us thinking how could an educational network such as Meducation help those in poor resource settings?

Could Meducation be used to enable the global community to better support each other?

Authored By Dr Alastair Buick on Monday 28th November 2011

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Dr Luma Khalid
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Posted almost 8 years ago

Hi, living in a resource poor country myself i was excited to see this question in the bank. I had the pleasure of joining this community after i graduated and i must say i missed having it during my Med school days. The content contained is amazing as

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Fatima Saeed
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Medical Student - Manchester
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Posted almost 9 years ago

Possible provide a blog space for medical students from abroad? I would really like to know how placements and work in the isolated of communities is organised.

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Nabeela Adam
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Medical Student
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Posted over 8 years ago

I personally prefer the forums. But they are definitely under utilized on meducation.net.
A blog is a good idea, if anyone has the time. But maybe make it fun. Something in the lines of "Surviving Med School" and everyone from around the

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Stuart Chan
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CMT - East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
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Posted over 8 years ago

Perhaps a monthly electronic newsletter? or weekly? the newsletter not necessary just cover updates of Meducation, but perhaps we can include examples of clinical cases, bits and pieces of medical notes, one or two clinical questions? a catchy title to

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Sandeep Saluja
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Posted almost 9 years ago

It would be very relevant to discuss clinical management of actual cases in remote and inaccessible areas.A seemingly simple clinical problem on which a chapter in textbook may be available may warrant a totally different and out of the box thinking in

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Fatima Saeed
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Medical Student - Manchester
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Posted almost 9 years ago

I definitely would post about my going ons (if not to rant every now and again!).

I know most people are busy but if the information shared is genuinely helpful (the application process, actual places and how hard work really is, day to day shi

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balkrishna
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Posted almost 9 years ago

Medication Help, All people. Doctor I like very much , thankful ..........drtiwari, India

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