Journal Club Encyclopedia
Platform: iPhone & iPad
Author: Raj Kumar
Journal Club Encyclopedia for Adults with 2000,000+ downloads across iOS, and other platforms with over 1500,000+ people who already used our apps, Journal club (Encyclopedia of Journal Club) ( A to Z)- Article Summaries Contain:- 1. Bottom line 2. Major points 3. Design 4. Population 5. Interventions 6. Outcomes 7. Criticisms 8. Funding Features:- - Audio Play - Instant search results! - Star your favorites for quick access - Open files with a simple click - Easily share summaries with colleagues - Sharing of search items - Delete files and folders - Simple and easy-to-use interface Journal club is a collaborative providing concise summaries of landmark clinical trials. Journal Club reviews the top articles in internal medicine, and puts landmark trials at your fingertips. Written by physicians,All of our content is freely accessible Tim and Dave were classmates at the University of Vermont (UVM) College of Medicine and developed coursework reviews shared with the rest of the class on the school-hosted, student-accessible, This work was an invaluable experience. Classmates loved the content and helped expand and refine it. Not too long after, Dave and Mannymet in residency at Stanford and were thinking about writing a primer on the medical literature. While Tim was in residency at Georgetown, he and Dave reminisced about the UVM course and got on to discussing a broader approach that could help people worldwide
Encyclopedia of Journal Club is an app for iPhone and that puts landmark clinical trials at your fingertips. Backed by Journal Club, it organizes summaries of clinical trials so that you can have quick access to the clinical literature. Need a quick refresher on the results of the SOLVD trial? A better understanding of the ACCORD trial and T2DM management? Or maybe a run-through of how CORTICUS changed the role of corticosteroids in septic shock? Journal Club (Encyclopedia of Journal Club)has it all. What Journal Club (Encyclopedia of Journal Club) is not however, is a replacement for clinical judgement and expert medical decision-making. We strive to be accurate and error-free, but realistically this is impossible. Use of Journal Club implies your acceptance of the terms of service. The summaries provided by Journal Club (Encyclopedia of Journal Club) are written by health professionals and edited by the physicians at Journal Club (Encyclopedia of Journal Club). These doctors are passionate about medical education and teaching learners to master the clinical literature.
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