Everyone loves a juicy retractions story, right? Apparently this prominent food researcher may have falsified loads of data. Ever heard of “p-hacking”?
Maintenance of Certification is a program of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). To assist physicians, all articles from the January, May, and August reading lists for the current year will be linked on the Obstetrics & Gynecology […]
Banned Book Week is next week – September 23-29. Banned Books Week is the annual celebration of the freedom to read and a time for librarians, teachers, book sellers, and readers of all levels to advocate for free and open access […]
Not all apps are created equal. Before you download a health and wellness or medical information app, give it the SUSPECT test. Seeking – Why are you searching for an app? Does this app do something you want or need? Usability – […]
We are bombarded with “facts” – on the news, on social media, and in conversation with our friends. Sometimes it’s hard to separate the actual facts from from the disinformation and fake news. If you are looking for a reliable […]
A while back, we shared the announcement that he National Guidelines Clearinghouse would no longer be funded and access to some 1300 guidelines would be discontinued. Creation of and access to high quality guidelines is a challenge that remains in […]
Beginning (and continuing!) medical school can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. Are you learning everything you need? Will you be able to do enough for your patients? These are questions that may persist throughout your career. Chances are, the answer to these […]
Gartner, a company that provides advisory services to industries based on independent research, has published some interesting technology predictions. Take a look at their predictions on emerging trends — how might these technologies affect you, your profession, or your family?
Talking about end-of-life care is difficult for physicians and patients. Take a listen to MPR’s Kerri Miller as she facilitates a conversation between clinicians and callers with personal stories of making these decisions.
NYU is hoping to reduce the burden of medical school debt and increase practice options for medical students. The school announced this month that they will provide “full-tuition scholarships” for first-year students and students already partway through the M.D.-only degree […]