The AI-powered eBook library is set to revolutionise the accessibility of medical educational resources for universities
Wolters Kluwer has launched Lippincott Medical Education, a new AI-powered eBook library. A collaboration with online learning platform Kortext, the solution is set to revolutionise the accessibility of medical educational resources for universities and students across India by leveraging the power of a dynamic artificial intelligence (AI) powered digital platform.
Cathy Wolfe, Executive Vice President and President, Wolters Kluwer Global Growth Markets, highlighted the company’s focus on creating digital platforms to improve healthcare globally, “In an increasingly connected world, Wolters Kluwer has the power to leverage data and knowledge on a global scale. By uniting our expertise with the innovative capabilities of Kortext, we can better address the evolving needs of future healthcare practitioners.”
“Wolters Kluwer is committed to empowering the next generation of healthcare professionals with the best educational resources available,” said Ruchi Tushir, Vice President and General Manager, Wolters Kluwer Global Growth Markets India. “This innovative leap in medical education is poised to redefine the medical learning experience with greater efficiency, inclusivity, and data-driven academic excellence. Our collaboration with Kortext aligns perfectly with our mission to deliver high-quality medical content to universities and students throughout India.”
The platform has already been selected to expand the health science e-resources at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) by collaborating with the HELINET consortium for a five-year subscription period of more than 45 e-book titles. It also garnered interest from Kasturba Medical College of Mangalore (KMC), which has taken 75 titles in customised collections.