Toscana Medica will propose more technical articles related to multiple health issues: studies and research, clinical psychology, bioethics, forensic medicine, clinical risk, even dentistry. Space will be given to health policy analysis. At the same time, contents related to youth, the university, the world of work, local medicine, and problems and perspectives of the national health system will be proposed.
On the site, which will continue to be the institutional body of the Syndicate, informing members of all its activities, doctors will also be able to stay up to date on the life, events and activities of the Florentine Order. They will also have the opportunity to participate and become an active part, writing letters to the journal, with their views, reflections, highlighting critical issues of the system, strengths or results achieved.
“We wanted to create a place for serious, reliable and interesting scientific information, which was open and accessible to everyone, both doctors and citizens – explains Pietro Dattolo, President of the Order of Physicians and Dentists of Florence and its Province -. We hope that Tuscany Medica will soon be a reference in this sector: starting with students University freshmen and even the most experienced professionals. Staying up-to-date and connected is essential in our world, in constant development, made up of discoveries and comparisons for ever better treatments.”
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