Medical Dialogues launches digital video news platform MDTV to promote medical journalism : The Tribune India

New Delhi: Medical Dialogues (, one of the most popular medical information portals in India has announced the launch of MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV). MDTV is the first digital platform/channel to deliver medical news and updates to the medical fraternity in video format.

The platform offers a number of shows catering to the different needs of doctors and will see daily and weekly programs including Medical News Today, Health News Today, MD Journal Club, MD Shorts, Diagnosis by Symptoms, Medico-Legal Updates, Health Dialogues, Chronicles of Medicine and many more. There are also specialist updates to meet the information and training needs of different types of medical specialists.

Through these programs, MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV) brings relevant information to medical professionals and will also help doctors to know about all the advancements in the field of medical science and pharmacy. Additionally, MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV) will provide all the latest medical studies, treatments and guidelines that will ensure effective and timely treatment.

“At Medical Dialogues, our goal has been to promote medical journalism and empower healthcare professionals by providing them with authentic, up-to-date medical information. India is the biggest consumer of video content. Additionally, there seems to be a plethora of fake content and medical information on the net. With MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV), we aim to provide physicians with summaries of evidence-based medicine, expert commentary, and more. to enable them to make more informed decisions while treating patients. By launching MDTV Medical Dialogues, we have taken another step to deliver medical news and information in a simpler and more understandable way. said Dr. Prem Aggarwal, co-founder and president of Medical Dialogues.

MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV) can be accessed on the news portal (, on the youtube channel (, as well as on the Medical Dialogues app. In addition to meeting the new needs of doctors, the platform will also serve as an OTT platform for medical training of doctors.

“We are in the process of forging relationships with leading medical associations and hospitals across the country to help them run their own medical channels as part of the MDTV (Medical Dialogues TV) setup. This will allow them to manage their programs digitally and not only reach their members, but also a wider audience of Medical Dialogues,” said Meghna A. Singhania, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Dialogues.

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