Subscribe to discussions in medical communities

Medical communities of the simulation training platform are available only to registered users. Authorize and log in to the Platform with your login and password.

The simulation training platform currently has more than 100 medical communities.

Communities are designed to allow physicians to freely:

✅ communicate;
✅ share experiences;
✅ seek advice from colleagues;
✅ discuss complex clinical cases;
✅ help each other;
✅ reduce medical errors;
✅ rest;
✅ study;
✅ get acquainted.

Medical communities of the Platform are divided according to the principles of specializations and languages of communication.

Currently, there are more than 35 communities on different medical specialities.

Once a user registers on the Platform, they are automatically sent an invitation to join the Platform’s medical communities. Also, the administrators and moderators of the Platform send you invitations to the E-mail address in accordance with your specialties. In addition, you can join the medical communities of the Platform of your choice.

First you need to log in to the Platform with your login and password. In the drop-down vertical menu, select your profile by clicking on the profile image or nickname. In the Platform user profile, select “Groups” (medical communities of the Platform).

Your profile will only display the medical communities in which you are registered as a member.

Select the required medical community that you plan to subscribe to.

On the relevant medical community page, click “My Discussions”. On the “My Discussions” tab, click “Subscribe”. You can also subscribe to individual discussions in the medical community. Go to the required discussion and click “Subscribe”.

You will now be able to receive notifications from the simulation training platform about new discussions and replies to discussions you have subscribed to. This information will also be presented in your news feed.

This way, members of the Platform’s medical communities can create discussions, receive comments from colleagues, subscribe to discussions, share experiences, communicate. At any time you can unsubscribe from receiving messages from the Platform’s medical communities as well as from separate discussions by clicking on the “My Discussions” tab – “Unsubscribe”.

Create discussions in medical communities of the “ClinCaseQuest” simulation training platform, subscribe to discussions and share experiences with colleagues!



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