Pretty much every registered medical practitioner is already making proactive and extensive use of the internet for research and development purposes.
Two key medical specializations are those of psychology and psychiatry. Psychologists, at any one time of their practice, are treating and caring for a broad patient and client base. The intimate doctor to patient interaction is already well-known but one service that tends to be underestimated and under-appreciated is that of the industrial psychologist.
If a large multinational company has not employed a full-time clinician, it will have, at some stage of its business evolution, contracted in the services of such a specialized psychologist. The welfare of its staff compliment is critical in ensuring that its business continues to thrive and serve its large customer base. Under extreme and emergency medical conditions, there is also always going to be a need for an experienced and wise psychiatrist, desirably informed by years of experienced practice.
And yet another area of this important medical provision is also overlooked and little appreciated. When sentenced, classified offenders need to be rehabilitated while incarcerated. Extreme offenders need to be counseled and remediated by specialist psychiatrists. All specialist and general psychiatrists and psychologists are heavily and necessarily reliant on their theoretical online psychiatry resource information.
Ready to utilize online resources fill a critical gap when emergency care and treatment needs to be dispensed without delay. The online resources, refreshed and archived prevent the time delays that could be experienced when only utilizing library resources not yet fully equipped online and still far too generally catalogued to be of immediate use and help. This online space is also a good learning space for the broad-based students of psychiatry and psychology.
It even serves the layman in an approachable manner.