1. What is the prime mission of The Medicstudy Foundation?
The creation of the most authoritative source of content at www.medicstudy.com to enhance the professional quality of medical education, training and research in the developing nations of the world.
2. Who are the founders?
It is a non-commercial initiative founded by award-winning journalists and healthcare professionals.
3. How will the Foundation operate?
Under the guidance of a Board of leading international medical figures, the Foundation will offer membership to individuals, professional bodies and corporations who will have unlimited access to exclusive high quality still and video images, illustrations and audio presentations covering an unprecedented range of medical conditions and surgical procedures.
4. What are the costs of membership?
All members have unrestricted free access to the Medicstudy Foundation.
5. Is usage of the images restricted?
Content obtained by members of the Foundation from www.medicstudy.com are solely for use by individuals, professional organisations and corporations for education, training and research purposes. Use for commercial, sales and marketing and general publicity purposes is strictly forbidden under the terms of membership and any abuse will threaten the offender’s continuing individual, professional or corporate membership of the Foundation.
6. Will professional and corporate members be recognised by the Foundation?
Yes, their details will be listed in a special Sponsor’s section on www.medicstudy.com with links to their own websites.
7. How will the Foundation use the income from sponsorship and advertising revenue?
After administration and production expenses, the income will be devoted to expansion of the library’s content and the introduction of other services in pursuit of the Foundation’s mission.
8. Will the Foundation be established in other countries?
Based on the work thus far with the Soba University Hospital, Khartoum it is intended to expand the Foundation’s reach by collaborating with medical institutions in other countries.
9. What other help does the Foundation need?
Although the library will largely comprise of original still and video imagery, the Foundation would welcome donations of individual’s own collections to add to our library.