Wolters Kluwer, Health has announced that Lippincott ClinicalPulse is now available for clinicians to learn from the latest peer research in an audio format. The new offering from Lippincott, leading global publisher of current and influential medical, nursing, and allied health research, contains over 200 credits, and the ability for clinicians to complete and track their continuing medical education (CME) and continuing education credits (CE).
According to a recent survey, 72% of clinicians indicated they learn best in digital learning environments and formats such as podcast, audio, webinar, and more. With Lippincott ClinicalPulse, doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other clinicians can learn on the go when and where they like. Users can wait to take their test at the end of courses until they have time and keep track of all their credits to ensure that they meet their CME/CE and state licensure requirements.
Lippincott ClinicalPulse streams a variety of top-rated audio content that covers 15 specialties, including Internal Medicine, Oncology, Psychiatry, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. The platform leverages deep relationships within the medical community to aggregate and curate the best-of-the-best learning lectures and research outcomes. Engaging audio from leading medical scholars and experts speaking at the most recent conferences and symposiums is optimized for studio-quality listening. High-yield lectures are engaging and informative, keeping the practicing clinician abreast of the latest advances in medicine to provide superior patient care.
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