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The Doctor's Channel Launches New Videos from Three Top Hospitals
Date:5/27/2008

that are educational, informative and entertaining. We're pleased that the doctors at Seattle Children's, Swedish Medical Center and Medical University of South Carolina, have joined physicians from other top universities and medical centers in using our site to spread the word about the great work they're doing so others can learn from their experiences."

"Our doctors are constantly discovering new things and gathering knowledge, as are doctors at other top hospitals," said Albert B. Einstein Jr., M.D., executive director of the Swedish Cancer Institute at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. "The Doctor's Channel allows physicians to share information in an interesting format, and physicians and students across the country can learn from each other and exchange ideas. I'm excited our doctors can use this site to tell others about the work we're doing and find out about the great work other hospitals and medical centers are doing."

"Because of new knowledge and technology, physicians must continually learn," said Patrick J. Cawley, MD, Executive Medical Director, Medical University of South Carolina. "But between patient visits, educating residents and medical students, and pursuing research, it's very easy to get so bogged down that you don't have time to converse with your colleagues. The Doctor's Channel provides an easy way for physicians to learn from each other without leaving their desks. This site helps us stay on the cutting edge of medicine and highlight the incredible work our staff is doing."

Doctors who register on The Doctor's Channel can personalize their experience by joining groups related to individual interests, sending and receiving personalized messages, storing their favorite videos and creating playlists. Users can also subscribe to The Doctor's Channel RSS feeds, which provide regular updates about news in medicine.

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