It is no question that healthcare professionals are crunched for time. Many clinicians don’t have time to eat between back-to-back patients, let alone stay up-to-date in the latest in clinical research and treatment options. With the explosion of the internet, many clinicians are more overwhelmed with information than ever before. There simply aren’t enough hours in the day! We hear you, and we created Doximity DocNews Digests for this reason.
Each digest is delivered directly to your inbox, and is curated to your specialty -- so you’re only reading what’s most relevant to you. If you’re on the go, you can easily access articles right from your phone. Better yet, certain articles are eligible for Category 1 CME. Talk about saving time!
Here’s what a few Doximity members had to say about how they stay current:
“From my own perspective as a fellow in training, I can say that the Doximity Gastroenterology email digests have provided a helpful and convenient cross-section of current, professionally relevant content that I can use as a stepping-stone for engaging with my clinical work and with senior colleagues in my discipline. Especially during my first year of fellowship, when time is always of the essence, I appreciated the ability to easily review the week’s most significant content, published at a variety of registers.”
“In the past I have used Feedly and Google Play Newsstand for my daily digest of news, however this included a large variety of topics and was not specifically filtered to medical content. I have tried to create my own customized list, but have found it difficult to also include recent articles from medical journals of interest. This lead to quite a disconnected and disjointed reading experience, but with Doximity's DocNews I am now able to easily split my World News and Medical News to two simple reading platforms. This is especially helpful as it allows me to spend more time reading rather than searching for important and relevant news.”
-Stefan Mitrasinovic, MD
“What I enjoy most about these curated articles, which deliver healthcare news in a quick and easily digestible format, is that the articles are open for private discussion amongst Doximity users. It is extremely important to hear about the experiences and reactions of other physicians because it allows a broader perspective than what one might have if their opinions and experiences are isolated to their own practice settings and surroundings. Often times, it also gives physicians a sense of solidarity and comfort when they realize that they are not the only ones struggling with a particular issue, even if they themselves are not active and vocal on the discussion boards.“
-Rehan Waheed, MD