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New Content Arriving Soon!


Thank you for being patient with us while we continue to grow our medical database for everyone to learn from and share with their peers. We wanted to give you an  update on the progress with the creation of new video content.

As we previously wrote, we aim to create and release 4 videos a month with a once a week release and we still strive to keep with that goal. We are currently searching out other members of the medical community who will offer their knowledge and experience for the sake of creating up-to-date medical lectures for everyone to learn and share. As the support continues to grow for our website, we hope to find other impassioned physicians or medical students who are willing to volunteer their time and knowledge to create even more video content. We hope to double our monthly video releases as volunteers become more readily available. As is, we are currently short staffed and some content may be released at a later time, but we are working hard to meet our weekly deadline.

Regarding this month however, we will unfortunately not meet the deadlines for May due to our staff limitations. A new introductory video on pericardial effusion has been added today, but will be the only new video released here until early June. We will be diligently working on recording new lectures during the month of May, so please bear with us in the meantime.

That said, we are always looking for individuals who are willing to contribute their time to assist us or to donate to our cause. If you are interested in contributing to our organization by sharing your specialization or experiences, please click here and fill out our volunteer form. Alternatively, if you wish to donate to our cause, please click here and help support Physician.Academy to improve and grow its services and excel its mission to provide a free of charge medical information hub for present and future physicians across the US. Your tax-deductible donation will go to improving our current recording hardware and software, as well as allowing our team to grow to maximize our performance in bringing you quality video content.

We are working hard to improve our website and build our database to share with the medical community. Thank you again for supporting Physician.Academy. If you have any questions or comments regarding our website, our mission, or our content, please email us at info@physicianacademy.org and we will respond to you as soon as we can! Have a great day!