India's first newsletter for medical students
Three factors contributed to the launch of Pulse:
In an age when information has become the biggest capital, we are inundated by it from a wide variety of sources. Investing wisely in the right information at the right time has become the best long term strategy for success. Pulse aims to guide the medical fraternity, including students and professionals, to access this 21st-century capital – information – with ease and sharp focus.
Of course, the goal of targeted information is education. Pulse is proud to announce that with our newsletter, we have invested in practical supplementary education for the medical student. We bring to you, the student, curated news from the medical world which will keep you relevant and give direction to your education.
The third reason why Pulse came into existence is to be a platform for community. This publication is the first newsletter in the country to cater exclusively to the medical student. With our prime mover advantage, we aim to be the one that binds, the one that will be the voice of the best medical professionals in the community and the one that will build bridges between students and professionals.
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Docfort Publications is a series by Docfort Meducation designed to make medical education student-friendly and practical-oriented.
The first book in the series is Radioview, based on the rationale of applying what you see to learn what you need. Findings in these X-rays are not labeled, but instead described underneath, so that students can relate to the specific anatomy of the organ system which makes cognition several-fold effective.
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