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Research must do no harm: new guidance addresses all studies relating to people.

24 Jun, 2022 | 11:46h | UTC

Research must do no harm: new guidance addresses all studies relating to people – Nature

See Guidance: Research Ethics – Nature Portfolio

 


Supplement: Digital strategy and social media in infectious diseases.

21 Jun, 2022 | 10:22h | UTC

Homepage: Digital Strategy and Social Media in Infectious Diseases – Clinical Infectious Diseases

Digital Strategy and Social Media for Infectious Diseases

Social Media: Flattening Hierarchies for Women and Black, Indigenous, People Of Color (BIPOC) to Enter the Room Where It Happens

#SoMe the Money! Value, Strategy, and Implementation of Social Media Engagement for Infectious Diseases Trainees, Clinicians, and Divisions

The Digital Classroom: How to Leverage Social Media for Infectious Diseases Education

Educational Impact of #IDJClub, a Twitter-Based Infectious Diseases Journal Club

Surgeons, Infectious Diseases, and Twitter Hit a Home Run for Antibiotic Stewardship

Exploring Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccine Hesitancy on Twitter Using Sentiment Analysis and Natural Language Processing Algorithms

Go V.I.R.A.L.: Social Media Engagement Strategies in Infectious Diseases

Creating Effective Infographics and Visual Abstracts to Disseminate Research and Facilitate Medical Education on Social Media

How to Harness the Power of Social Media for Quality Drug Information in Infectious Diseases: Perspectives on Behalf of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists

Misinformation and Disinformation: The Potential Disadvantages of Social Media in Infectious Disease and How to Combat Them

 


Guidelines for cadaver dissection in education and research of clinical medicine.

31 May, 2022 | 11:28h | UTC

Guidelines for cadaver dissection in education and research of clinical medicine (The Japan Surgical Society and The Japanese Association of Anatomists) – Surgery Today

 


Creating effective infographics and visual abstracts to disseminate research and facilitate medical education on social media.

24 May, 2022 | 10:46h | UTC

Creating Effective Infographics and Visual Abstracts to Disseminate Research and Facilitate Medical Education on Social Media – Clinical Infectious Diseases

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Opinion | Immersion in innovation should be part of every health care professionals’ training.

24 May, 2022 | 07:48h | UTC

Immersion in innovation should be part of every health care professionals’ training – STAT

 


Geriatric medicine learning objectives and entrustable professional activities in undergraduate medical curricula: a scoping review.

18 May, 2022 | 10:37h | UTC

Geriatric medicine learning objectives and entrustable professional activities in undergraduate medical curricula: a scoping review – Age and Ageing

 


Sci-Hub downloads show countries where pirate paper site is most used.

13 May, 2022 | 10:47h | UTC

Sci-Hub downloads show countries where pirate paper site is most used – Nature

 


Limiting resident-physician work hours may improve patient safety outcomes.

12 May, 2022 | 10:30h | UTC

News Release: Limiting resident-physician work hours improved patient safety outcome – Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Original Study: National improvements in resident physician-reported patient safety after limiting first-year resident physicians’ extended duration work shifts: a pooled analysis of prospective cohort studies – BMJ Quality & Safety

 


Opinion: Why preprints are good for patients.

12 May, 2022 | 10:25h | UTC

Why preprints are good for patients – Nature Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Teaching medical students to teach: a narrative review and literature-informed recommendations for student-as-teacher curricula.

25 Apr, 2022 | 00:03h | UTC

Teaching Medical Students to Teach – Academic Medicine

 


Opinion | The big idea: should we get rid of the scientific paper? – “As a format it’s slow, encourages hype, and is difficult to correct. A radical overhaul of publishing could make science better”.

14 Apr, 2022 | 08:37h | UTC

The big idea: should we get rid of the scientific paper? – The Guardian

 


Opinion | Time to rethink the scientific CV.

13 Apr, 2022 | 10:23h | UTC

Time to rethink the scientific CV – Nature

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Riding the Twitter wave: Enthusiasm for the social media platform changed science communication during the pandemic—but will it last?

28 Mar, 2022 | 09:56h | UTC

Riding the Twitter wave: Enthusiasm for the social media platform changed science communication during the pandemic—but will it last? – Science

Related:

Optimizing the use of Twitter for research dissemination: The “Three Facts and a Story” randomized-controlled trial.

Perspective: How Twitter is Changing Medical Research

Keeping Up With Cardiology: Old-School Learning Versus the Twittersphere – TCTMD

Scientists on Twitter: Preaching to the choir or singing from the rooftops? – Facets

Rise of the Tweetorial – Precious Bodily Fluids

Social Medicine: Twitter in Healthcare – Journal of Clinical Medicine

University of Twitter? Scientists give impromptu lecture critiquing nutrition research – CBC

Twitter-Based Medicine: How Social Media is Changing the Public’s View of Medicine – The Health Care Blog

What’s your doctor reading? How social media is disrupting medical education – National Post

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Perspective | Teaching more about less: preparing clinicians for practice.

22 Mar, 2022 | 08:51h | UTC

Teaching More About Less: Preparing Clinicians for Practice – The American Journal of Medicine (free for a limited period)

 


Opinion: Open science, done wrong, will compound inequities.

15 Mar, 2022 | 08:14h | UTC

Open science, done wrong, will compound inequities – Nature

Related:

Open-access publishing fees deter researchers in the global south.

Impact factor abandoned by Dutch university in hiring and promotion decisions – “Faculty and staff members at Utrecht University will be evaluated by their commitment to open science”.

Open-access Science Funders Announce Price Transparency Rules for Publishers (several resources on the subject)

A new mandate highlights costs, benefits of making all scientific articles free to read – Science

A guide to Plan S: the open-access initiative shaking up science publishing – Nature

 


Perspective: David Oliver: Has covid killed the medical conference?

25 Feb, 2022 | 11:26h | UTC

David Oliver: Has covid killed the medical conference? – The BMJ

 


Perspective | How to banish manels and manferences from scientific meetings.

22 Feb, 2022 | 08:23h | UTC

How to banish manels and manferences from scientific meetings – Nature

 


Open-access publishing fees deter researchers in the global south.

18 Feb, 2022 | 08:35h | UTC

Open-access publishing fees deter researchers in the global south – Nature

 


M-A: Association of physician continuous professional development and referrals.

18 Feb, 2022 | 08:27h | UTC

Association of Physician Continuous Professional Development and Referrals: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis – Academic Medicine

 


Massive open index of scholarly papers launches – “OpenAlex catalogues hundreds of millions of scientific documents and charts connections between them”.

25 Jan, 2022 | 09:04h | UTC

Massive open index of scholarly papers launches – Nature

 


Opinion: Five tips for becoming an ideal general hospitalist.

19 Jan, 2022 | 08:23h | UTC

Five Tips for Becoming an Ideal General Hospitalist – International Journal of General Medicine

 


Perspective: Doctors are trained to be kind and empathetic – but a ‘hidden curriculum’ makes them forget on the job.

16 Dec, 2021 | 08:41h | UTC

Doctors are trained to be kind and empathetic – but a ‘hidden curriculum’ makes them forget on the job – The Conversation

 


Optimizing the use of Twitter for research dissemination: The “Three Facts and a Story” randomized-controlled trial.

21 Nov, 2021 | 22:48h | UTC

Optimizing the use of twitter for research dissemination: The “Three Facts and a Story” randomized-controlled trial – Journal of Hepatology

Related:

Perspective: How Twitter is Changing Medical Research

Keeping Up With Cardiology: Old-School Learning Versus the Twittersphere – TCTMD

Scientists on Twitter: Preaching to the choir or singing from the rooftops? – Facets

Rise of the Tweetorial – Precious Bodily Fluids

Social Medicine: Twitter in Healthcare – Journal of Clinical Medicine

University of Twitter? Scientists give impromptu lecture critiquing nutrition research – CBC

Twitter-Based Medicine: How Social Media is Changing the Public’s View of Medicine – The Health Care Blog

What’s your doctor reading? How social media is disrupting medical education – National Post

 

Commentary from the author on Twitter (thread – click for more)

 


Cardiovascular clinical examination: the need for an evidence-based approach.

31 Oct, 2021 | 19:57h | UTC

Cardiovascular clinical examination: the need for an evidence-based approach – European Heart Journal

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Opinion | Understanding of research results, evidence summaries and their applicability—not critical appraisal—are core skills of medical curriculum.

21 Oct, 2021 | 09:57h | UTC

Understanding of research results, evidence summaries and their applicability—not critical appraisal—are core skills of medical curriculum – BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


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