Med Tech Collective is an health and science blog and tech-themed community. We review the most impactful news and research related to health/healthcare, medical/medicine, psychiatry/psychology, and neurology/neuroscience. As a team of journalism and medical professionals, enthusiastic about health industry and additionally as of now undertakings and inclining subjects in unified fields, our expect to is keep you educated as stories and occasions unfurl far and wide every day in the realm of meds, illnesses, pharmaceuticals, restorative hardware and IT among different themes.
Founded in 2012 by Lara Thomas, Med Tech Collective is an official undertaking of the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation – an international charity for the advancement of neurological and mental health patient welfare, education, and research. It is one of the most effective mediums for the GNIF to raise awareness of euro-related topics.
In 2013, Med Tech Collective partnered – one of the largest media companies in the United States serving the healthcare industry, our content will be showcased to more biomedical professionals. We are also a proud member of the Other Media Network and the Scientific American Partner Network – a handful of selected blogs that share similar interests and readership. Also, our commitment to ethical biomedical journalism is exemplified by successfully undergoing annual voluntary certification – the oldest and the most used ethical and trustworthy code for medical and health related information available on internet. Moreover, we adhere to the Healthcare Blogger Code of Ethics.
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ACS: approved clinical supervisor; BA: bachelor of arts; BSN: bachelor of science in nursing; DC: doctor of chiropractic medicine; DDS: doctor of dental surgery; DO: doctor of osteopathy; IT: in training; JD: doctor of jurisprudence (law); LMSW: licensed master social worker; LPC: licensed professional counselor; MA: master of arts; MBA: master of business administration; MBBS: bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery; MD: doctor of medicine; MEd: master of education; MHS: master of health sciences; MPH: master of public health; MS/MSc: master of science; MSW: master of social work; NCC: nationally certified counselor; PharmD: doctor of pharmacy; PhD: doctor of philosophy; PT: physical therapist; RN: registered nurse, RPh: registered pharmacist.
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