MedShr’s exciting new initiative with BMJ Case Reports!

MedShr is delighted to announce that we are now working with BMJ Case Reports, an award winning journal comprising a focused, peer-reviewed, valuable collection of cases. MedShr will provide a platform for BMJ Case Reports subscribers to discuss case reports and enrich medical education by adding another facet to the learning they provide.

BMJ Case Reports subscribers will benefit from exclusive access to a private BMJ Case Reports Discussion Group on the encrypted MedShr mobile application and web platform. Subscribers will be able to connect with each other in a private network to easily view and discuss BMJ Case Reports which are updated monthly. BMJ Case Reports will also make accessible a selected number of case reports in an open group for all MedShr members to discuss and learn from.

Take a look at these trending BMJ Case Reports cases and share your thoughts:


MedShr is a private, professional network of verified medical professionals; our community of over 300,000 doctors from more than 180 countries is growing rapidly and changing the face of medical education. MedShr provides the ideal platform for medical professionals to discuss these informative, educational case reports. Members can rest assured that patient privacy is protected, as MedShr was developed specifically to allow private, encrypted, GMC-compliant clinical case discussion.

Dr Asif Qasim (Founder and CEO of MedShr and Consultant Cardiologist) says “It’s an honour to work with BMJ Case Reports because we are bringing together medical professionals in one environment to discuss best practice, and ultimately improve patient care.”

The excellent cases not accepted by BMJ Case Reports can also be shared on MedShr. The platform is an ideal channel through which this work can be showcased and therefore be of benefit to the global medical community.

Download the free app from the App Store or Google Play. Alternatively, you can register on the website.

For more information about MedShr or the BMJ Case Reports partnership, please contact Dr Rosie Barnett (Medical Education Fellow at MedShr) at

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