MediSage, a healthcare knowledge platform for doctors, recently hosted first-of-its-kind, virtual case-based discussions in India for post-graduate medical students. The event brought together students from across India to participate in the virtual forum, with finalists from JJ Medical College, KEM Medical College, MGM Medical College and Nair Medical College competing against each other on stage.
The virtual event highlighted the growing trend of remote learning and digital education in the medical field, which is expected to become the norm for medical education in India in the coming years. MediSage is excited that top colleges are actively leading the change towards more accessible and inclusive medical education.
“The virtual case-based discussion was an incredible success and we’re thrilled to see the positive response from the medical community,” said Bhagwat Dhingra, MD and Founder, MediSage. “We believe that digital education has the potential to transform the way medical education is delivered and make it more accessible to a wider audience. We’re proud to be at the forefront of this movement and look forward to continuing our support to medical students across India,” he added.
The virtual event was just one of many initiatives that MediSage has undertaken to support the medical community and promote digital education.