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For free for members of The Global Health Network

Lecturios mission is to provide the world’s best online medical courses for students, doctors and clinical staff. The availability of high quality medical education taught by experienced instructors is crucial for medical capacity building and health system strengthening, which is why Lecturio developed MEDI, a Medical Education Development Initiative. MEDI aims to support medical capacity building in developing and emerging countries.

Lecturio's medical courses now available for The Global Health Network members:
Lecturio have kindly agreed to offer The Global Health Network members free access to the online medical courses and training materials of MEDI. To apply for access to these training materials please select the link below and complete the registration process when prompted. The registration process for Lecturio will require a username and email address only and once complete you will be sent an email with log in details to access the full range of MEDI training materials. Please note that the information provided upon registration is the only data recorded by Lecturio and will not be used for advertisements or shared with any third parties, however it may be used for feedback regarding Lecturios courses.


More about Lecturios Online Medical Courses:
Lecturio is a leading international eLearning platform for medical video education, serving students as well as universities and medical institutions. To offer best-in-class online medical courses, they work with hand-picked, renowned medical instructors from universities all over the world, such as the Ivy League Universities Harvard, Yale and UCL. The content of the courses is updated and expanded regularly, and conforms to the internationally upheld standards set by the MCAT and USMLE in the US.