Gazeta dla Lekarzy opens English division

Krystyna Knypl

Globalization of the world is proceeding at a pace never before seen in human history. We must keep up with these changes and expectations of our Readers and Supporters. We are opening the English division, which will be represented by Beata Niedzwiedzka (London) and Karlina Harasimowicz (Oxford).

Both ladies know very well the structures and realities of English health care. Beata is a specialist in gynecology, obstetrics, and family medicine. Karolina is a paramedic and a lawyer. She completed both of her studies in England. Both ladies are characterized by high competence in medical knowledge. And what is no less important in the profession of a medical journalist nowadays - they are real Iron Ladies. Beata, Karolina welcome on board!

Krystyna Knypl

editor-in-chief & publisher

Gazeta dla Lekarzy

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Links to our articles in English at Gazeta dla Lekarzy

1. Gazeta dla Lekarzy celebrates its 10th anniversary Alicja Barwicka

2. Krystyna Knypl / @mimax2:achievements and activities

3.Krystyna Knypl, editor-in-chief of “Gazeta dla Lekarzy” about herself

4. Carotid artery stenosis in patients with hypertension - Krystyna Knypl

5. T he most necessary thing in the future will be the ability to adapt - Krystyna Knypl

6. Transplantation and communication. Positive media coverage works wonders -Krystyna Knypl

7.Transplantation and communication. The difficult art of conversation - Krystyna Knypl

8. Our latest articles in English in other, than Gazeta dla Lekarzy, media

e-Journal of Cardiology Practice

9. Control of hypertension – should doctors roll up their sleeves or open their minds to new forms of communication?

10. The abdominal aortic artery aneurysm and cardiovascular risk factors - Krystyna Knypl

United Nations Platform on Health Aging

11. Is a woman of a certain age still interested in sex? Krystyna Knypl

12. Krystyna Knypl columns on 

(access only for registred doctors)

13. Karolina Harasimowicz

Why people apply to medical schools in Eastern Europe (Poland and Ukraine)

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