Medical information is fragmented, leading to suboptimal education and suboptimal care. Traditional teaching concepts do not solve or even address this problem.
MLX creates paperless medical content. We combine text, photo, video, 3D/AR to interact with on mobile devices.
A universal truth: No health without a workforce.
The WHO estimates a global shortage of 12 million healthcare professionals by 2035 and advises to rethink teaching, right now.1
Mobile technology opens perspectives of learning, teaching and for healthcare we never had before.2
Like a book. Unlike a book.
Interacting is what distinguishes a digital book most from a traditional book.
Don’t just read. Touch, swipe, make notes and share. Have a library just at your fingertips and hundreds of books in your pocket.
Scroll through CT’s like a radiologist. Take quizzes. Learn in 3D. Share anatomy in AR. Deep links in your book connect to apps on your device.
The iBooks Library of Medicine
10 disciplines | 100+ iBooks | 1000+ clinical conditions | 10.000 pages | 100.000+ downloads
The Library of Global Medicine
Experiences and views of medical doctors Global Health and Tropical Medicine
Book 1: Into the World
Increasing globalisation, large numbers of migrants, rapidly spreading infectious diseases, failing health systems: disease and health care have no boundaries. International health care is becoming increasingly important for today’s and tomorrow’s world. Who have the knowledge and experience to deal with this?
Into the World is written as an answer to that question. This book shows the value of Dutch global health doctors for health care around the world – including the Netherlands.
Library of Essential Surgery & Library of Essential Skills
15+ Books about the basic surgical skills | 15+ Books about the most needed surgical procedures
to learn – to train – to remember
MLX & Global Surgery Amsterdam are working together on a series of digital books that explain essential surgical procedures for the most common surgical pathologies.
The principle of ‘One World – One Standard of Care’ means that the goals and basic principles should be the same in high- and low-resource countries. The books can be used to learn about surgical care in every setting,
We, at MLX, name it One World – One Standard of Medical Education and we are happy to complement the books about essential surgical procedures with books about essential surgical skills.
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