Medical News Bulletin is an online magazine operated by the not-for-profit organization Medinfology. We are committed to providing readers with up-to-date and high-quality news regarding the latest findings in peer-reviewed medical research.
The first version of the magazine was started in 2012 by Dr. Igor Wilderman, Medical Director, Pain Physician, and founder of the Canadian Centre for Clinical Trials, which was the first patient recruitment centre for clinical trials in Canada.
While addressing recruitment issues, Dr. Wilderman realized that one of the main problems was a lack of patient education regarding clinical trials.
At the time, Internet resources were either available only to physicians or were lacking an evidence-based approach. This is how Clinical Trials Canada Magazine was born in 2012 in both print and online versions.
Dr. Wilderman recognized the need for easily accessible medical news for health-conscious individuals who may or may not have a science or medical background and the response was incredible.
By 2013, the magazine began reaching a global audience and merged to an online-only version. It was then renamed Clinical Trials Magazine.
In 2015, the decision was made to expand the scope of the magazine to include the latest news in clinical trials, basic medical research, medical technology, and health and wellness. To reflect these new inclusions, the name of the magazine was updated to the current Medical News Bulletin.
2017 marked the beginning of Medinfology as the official parent company to Medical News Bulletin. Working in the not-for-profit sector gives us the opportunity to work with a generous network of volunteers and cover a large amount of material.
Today, our Medinfology team endeavours to make medical news more accessible for readers from all backgrounds. Every day, we sift through hundreds of original, peer-reviewed research articles and write an original report on the issues that matter most to you.
Medical News Bulletin aims to bridge the gap between research and the general public by producing content that is simple and easy to understand. By doing so, we hope that our audience will be well informed in regards to making health-related decisions.
We deliver news from high-quality peer-reviewed medical journals, medical research institutions, and university research centres from around the world.
By having access to this type of information, individuals can make better use of healthcare services, improve self-care of chronic conditions, and maintain health and wellness.
We will never urge the sale of any products or services nor force our readers to register for anything. We provide pure, unadulterated medical news without unnecessary interruption. As a result, Medical News Bulletin is a publication that has a rich array of content that appeals to a wide variety of readers.
We hope you enjoy reading our news stories as much as we enjoy putting them together.