New Kid on the Block: The Doctrina Academy

DoctrinaThe Doctrina Academy is a new service, developed by Doctrina, a video e-learning platform that reaches over 1,000,000 healthcare professionals (HCPs) from around the globe, helping them to switch from volume-based to value-based continuing education. The company was founded in 2013 and has since made it easier for HCPs to decide on the right treatment and medicine for the right patient at the right time. The new service will now be offering more comprehensive and editorially complete modules, as well as masterclasses.

Better health through education

Doctrina's mission from the start has been to improve human health - by educating and inspiring healthcare professionals through e-learning. Accessible courses are short and focused, with an average video length of 8 minutes.

"Our solution has been actively developing since our beginnings in 2013. In pharma and medicine, new discoveries and better products are always being made. We believe it is therefore essential to continually develop and improve Doctrina as well. At first our platform enabled pharmaceutical companies and pharmacists to increase the flow of effective knowledge transfer. The next step was to empower our signature technology with a multichannel marketing approach and introduce the solution to physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals," commented Jure Pučko, CEO and founder of Doctrina. "With an increased reach of 1,000,000 HCPs it is time to open a new chapter. Our vision of making Doctrina into an indispensable source of up to date medical professional information available in user friendly format is coming alive with the Doctrina Academy."

Working with over 1,000,000 HCPs globally, Doctrina has reached a point where it is ready to offer comprehensive and editorially complete modules with multiple courses as well as masterclasses, with a service titled the 'Doctrina Academy'. The aim of the Doctrina Academy is to fill the gap between volume-based and value-based education by producing short, easily accessible online courses, that improve clinical skills, care efficiency and ultimately, patient outcomes.

For further information, please visit:
https://www.doctrina-academy.com

About Doctrina

Doctrina is a young, ambitious enterprise with innovative on-line education solutions to provide the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries with a novel communication tool. The company was a winner of the Phase 1 Grant Agreement No.773732 in the SME Instrument call of February 2017, granted by the European Commission. The company was also awarded the Media Package Award at the Wolves Summit 2017 in Poland, and received the Slovenian Start-up of the Year Award 2016. The company was also chosen as a finalist for the Central European Start-up of the Year Awards 2016, and as a finalist for the InnoRep Challenge Awards for 2017.

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