Come meet Dana Medical Library staff in McClure Conference Room Friday, June 17th and Friday, July 1st. Librarians will provide an overview of services, and an introduction to clinical resources available to residents.
On June 1, Karen Sokol, M.D.’03, University of Vermont clinical assistant professor of family medicine, celebrated the one-year anniversary of her house call-based practice. Seven Days tells her story.
A new study by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project examines The Social Life of Health Information. Findings show that health care professionals continue to be the preferred source for health information, more and more adults are turning to online resources for health information. Online sources include social networking sites and peer-to-peer sites for specific health concerns. According to the study, 18% of internet users have gone online to find others with similar health concerns.
For more information: http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Social-Life-of-Health-Info.aspx
Physicians may soon be able to access an electronic health record anywhere from their iPhone. Added dictation software makes it even more user-friendly.
Epocrates is testing software to do just that. iMedicalApps reviews it here.