Information management for clinicians: How to create a personalized stream of relevant information that can be saved so that it is readily accessible

by Neil B. Mehta, Stephen A. Martin, Jack Maypole et al.
Cleveland Clinical Journal of Medicine, August 2016, Volume 83, Number 8

7 pp. 371 kB
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Clinicians are bombarded with information daily by social media, mainstream television news, e-mail, and print and online reports. They usually do not have much control over these information streams and thus are passive recipients, which means they get more noise than signal. Accessing, absorbing, organizing, storing, and retrieving useful medical information can improve patient care. The authors outline how to create a personalized stream of relevant information that can be scanned regularly and saved so that it is readily accessible.

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