GSK launches dedicated website in  Sri Lanka to share knowledge with doctors



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(From left) Tony Imran Amath, Brand Manager - GSK, Roger Talayaratne, Head of Marketing - GSK, Dr Preethi Wijegoonawardene, chairperson - Head of Committee, World Organization of National Colleges, Academies - South Asian Region (WONCA SAR 2016), Prof. Antoinette Perera, president - College of General Practitioners of Sri Lanka and Secretary General/Organising Committee - WONCA SAR 2016, Dr Anil Weerasinghe, Medical Advisor - GSK, Tyrone Fernando, Senior Business Manager - Institutions & Exports - GSK and Gihan Malshan, Brand Manager - GSK at the launch of http://health.gsk.lk/ during the annual sessions of WONCA SAR.


GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Pharmaceuticals has launched an online information resource exclusively for medical professionals in Sri Lanka, taking its commitment to the fraternity to a new level.


Accessible to doctors who register and receive a username and password, http://health.gsk.lk/ is the first dedicated website for healthcare professionals by a pharmaceuticals company in Sri Lanka.


Designed to support doctors in their daily practice by providing information as an aid to treatment, the website provides 24 hour access to information on all GSK products marketed in Sri Lanka, the latest news from the company and other medically relevant information.


Describing the new website as a logical progression in the company's efforts to share knowledge in a transparent manner with the medical community, Stuart Chapman, Managing Director of GSK Pharmaceuticals in Sri Lanka said: "This will be another channel for GSK to provide scientific information that can be accessed at the convenience of doctors, and will supplement the webinars GSK conducts periodically for them."


"Sharing the latest knowledge in our possession with medical practitioners around the world is closely linked with the GSK mission of improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer," Mr Chapman added. "Facilitating the medical fraternity's access to information directly benefits the quality of patient care."


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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