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Facebook App of the Year, Social Good Award 2016. Developed by doctors, MedShr is the easiest & safest way for medical professionals to discover, discuss and share clinical cases and medical images. Join our community and connect with thousands of verified doctors, healthcare professionals and medical students sharing knowledge and learning from each other in a secure private network.

MedShr has been featured on the BBC, Sky News, The Telegraph & The Evening Standard.

“A revolution in the way Medical Knowledge spreads” ***** - Dr Tzalamouras Basilis, Interventional Cardiology Fellow

DISCOVER AND DISCUSS MEDICAL CASES & IMAGES

From ECGs, scans and X-rays to patient photos and videos, MedShr helps you find and discuss relevant medical cases with colleagues, by specialty and at all grades. MedShr is a totally secure, private network and features an easy to use in-app patient consent form and system for anonymising images. Follow clinical cases you find interesting and learn from your peers with informal and accredited case based discussion.

SHARE KNOWLEDGE WITH VERIFIED MEMBERS

MedShr is the simple way to capture, share and discuss clinical images and videos in your everyday practice. Create a case, obtain consent and start a discussion securely from your mobile. Send medical cases to colleagues, share them with the wider community, export to your e-portfolio or simply organise cases for your personal records. MedShr is safe, secure and enables you to maintain complete control over the privacy of your cases - with all members being 100% verified as doctors, healthcare professionals and medical students.

EXPAND YOUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK

Medical students and doctors of all levels are joining MedShr to advance their learning as they connect with peers from their university, place of work and across the world. Connect and follow specialists in your field to keep up to date on their latest cases, techniques and learnings. Join groups to learn from others, share findings or just converse around complex and interesting clinical cases. Medical students, junior doctors and specialist trainees use MedShr groups as a resource for informal learning, ahead of case-based examinations and as an aid to formal learning.

HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

Our community is providing medics in crisis zones and doctors in developing countries with quick access to second and specialist medical opinions so that they can make critical clinical decisions. With your participation, you can collaborate with like-minded professionals and be part of a new frontier in medical education.

What's new

We’re always trying to improve your experience of MedShr. If you find our app useful, please take a moment to leave a review and let us know. Thanks for using MedShr!

Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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