It’s hard to know where to start with a post like this especially as like Sophie, I have never done anything similar to this before and virtually no one (apart from my really close family and friends) knows about my struggle with OCD and anxiety. It is also exceptionally difficult writing this down in words… Read More My Muscle Mind: Ella’s Story
You know it only takes one screen and one simple question to get the answer your looking for. And it’s not called Google. It’s called Manage and Prescribe Emergency Medicine. mapem. Yep. OK mapem isn’t going to answer all your questions I mean it isn’t omnipresent or omniscient. But when it comes to getting local reference… Read More mapem isn’t quite omnipresent…
by Deepthika Jeyaraman The start of the digital revolution in the 20th century marked the exponential rise in the use of devices such as smart phones, computers, etc. This massive increase in the demand for technology was attributed to many factors such as the shift away from labour intensive jobs, the population boom, and the… Read More Outlook to the future – the price paid by our eyes by 2050!
by Ratul Bhattacharyya My favorite experience from this semester has been with neonatal patients. Nothing could grab my attention more than the four day old child that Dr. Donald of the Pediatrics department allowed me to examine. After just watching my peers examine a healthy newborn in the other room, it was my turn to… Read More Reflecting on Neonates
Revolutionizing the archaic vaccine system. Article by Fatema-Zahra El Rhermoul Nanoviricides could provide a potent, cost effective, and time efficient new means of fighting viruses. Vaccines have recently made headlines due to the viral web video of Desiree Jennings, who, after receiving a flu vaccine, exhibited severe symptoms of severe dystonia, a neurological disorder characterized… Read More Nanoviricides: A New Hero in Antiviral Science
We’ve been very privileged at mapem to work with a number of different medical students and spread their message out. Two absolutely inspirational girls include Sophie and Ella…and this is their story… I’ve always been pretty open about my eating disorder with my nearest and dearest, but posting it online for the whole world to see is… Read More My Muscle Mind: Sophie’s Story
We’ve also been nominated for Entrepreneur of the Year Award! Completely shocked as to how this has happened! The ACW Awards 2016 In the coming weeks I’ll will try to give my (Gauruv’s) perspective on how mapem came about and the journey thus far!
by Utkarsh Ojha In the United States, healthcare is entirely private. As a result, there are lucrative opportunities for healthcare entrepreneurs. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has expanded healthcare coverage to 32 million uninsured Americans. There is now a greater demand more than ever to manage health and provide prophylactic therapy. As a result, digital… Read More Disruption In The Healthcare Industry
So…something a bit odd happened…we’ve been nominated for the Best Health Tech Start Up award! The ACW Awards 2016 We’ll keep you all updated on how to vote!
This journey began just under 9 months ago for me in the strangest of night shifts in A&E (well they all were, always). Here I am minding my own business when the on-call SHO comes down; it’s G, a friendly guy who I’ve spoken to in the past. I’m pretty sure he fixed a nose… Read More Where do we start?