Learn the fundamental concepts of epidemiology essential for every clinician, step-by-step, with case examples—easy, interactive, and fun!
3 CME credits
Physicians and medical professionals all over the world are united in our fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at Medmastery, we are thankful to our community for all of your efforts in containing the virus and treating your patients. We hope we can support you during this challenging time.
We have decided to make a Medmastery Group Subscription available to every institution that is (or will be) taking care of patients with COVID-19. Every department can apply for a group subscription that is free-of-charge and that will give you, and up to 20 of your colleagues, access to all of our courses.
Who can apply: Department Heads, Residency Directors, and Attending Physicians who are working at hospitals that are (or will be) taking care of COVID-19 patients can apply for a group subscription.
How to apply: [This offer is no longer available.] Please apply for the group subscription by filling out this form. If you are a staff member, we kindly ask you to share this message with your supervisor.
We will do our best to answer your inquiries as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact our customer support at [email protected].
❤️ Thank you for the personal sacrifices you are making, and for everything you do for your local communities.
NOTE: Information is changing rapidly and, thus, each of these resources will need to be reviewed frequently to remain up-to-date and accurate. Medmastery is not responsible for updating this information, but we have found the following resources invaluable:
Live numbers, charts, graphs, and maps provide an efficient way to follow the progression of COVID-19 and help you to discuss information with your colleagues and patients.
These resources include accurate information, easy-to-use algorithms, and go-to guides to aid in the care of your patients.
Find educational discussions about current challenges, suggestions, and the progression of the pandemic.
Follow these people and institutions on Twitter (our favorite sources):