DocMode introduces many more e-learning courses

Mumbai, December 18th, 2019:  DocMode, a global online medical learning platform, in partnership with the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, has launched various e-learning courses. The e-learning courses are on the subjects of diabetes, critical care...

Docmode launches e-learning course to advance cardiology

Mumbai, November 26th, 2019: DocMode, a global medical learning platform, has launched a continued e-learning course to practising and resident cardiologists to aid them in diagnosing and treating Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). In short, ACS describes a range of...

Indian Dental Association joins hands with DocMode

Mumbai, October 14, 2019: The Indian Dental Association (IDA) in partnership with DocMode has introduced online dental continuing education (CE) courses for dentists across India. The CE will provide practising dentists and dental students access to a series of live...

E-learning can help bridge a major gap in CME for doctors

E-learning can help bridge a major gap in CME for doctors

India’s medical education system lacks outcomes based learning (OBL) experiences for students. According to some experts, OBL has the potential for dramatic and even revolutionary changes in medical education. However, it carries with it significant challenges. Here...

We plan to increase partnerships in different countries

We plan to increase partnerships in different countries

DocMode is an e-platform dispensing authoritative, comprehensive and interactive learning programs for health professionals. Founded in 2017, Mumbai based DocMode is an e-platform dispensing authoritative, comprehensive and interactive learning programs for health...

Online Learning an Attractive Option for Busy Doctors

Online Learning an Attractive Option for Busy Doctors

During this time, the disease patterns, diagnostic methods, treatment modalities and everything else about clinical practice could be expected to undergo a sea change. New diseases would have emerged as well as new remedies for them, earlier surgical techniques would...