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Resource:JournalReview.org

Name: Resource:JournalReview.org
Description: THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 17, 2013.

International interdisciplinary Internet based unbiased forum for review of medical literature. Very much like an on-line journal club, we aim to provide a venue which will improve communication amongst physicians and lead to better understanding and interpretation of medical literature.

In the academic world, "Journal Clubs" are a common way to discuss and critically question medical literature. The knowledge gained by this activity can be immeasurable, and often leads to ideas both relating to patient care and to future research. However, many clinicians are unable to participate in these academic activities. In addition, information shared within an individual journal club is seldom disseminated.

Here you will find a free, user-friendly website where you can rate and discuss medical literature. It offers innovative and powerful search tools that will allow you to quickly query the medical literature and identify the information you need. In addition, their exclusive tools will help identify the most important and controversial articles.

It is their hope to bring both insight and questions to the literature -- both of which will be used to shape future research. Clinicians will have a better understanding of the evidence, and ability to partake in a venue that fosters communication between peers.
Abbreviation: JournalReview.org
Parent Organization: Resource:NCBI
Resource Type(s): Database, Knowledge environment resource
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.journalreview.org/
Id: nif-0000-21232
Availability: THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 17, 2013.
Keywords: emergency medicine, endocrinology, ent, gastroentrology, genetics, academic, allergy, anesthesia, basic science, cardiology, clinician, critical care, dentistry, dermatology, geriatrics, heme, onc, interdisciplinary, internal medicine, international, literature, medical, medline interfaces, nephrology, neurosciences, ob, gyn, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pediatrics, physician, plastic surgery, pm&amp, psychiatry, radiology, surgery, telemedicine, urology, journal
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AbbrevJournalReview.org  +
AvailabilityTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE  +, Documented on July 17  +, and 2013.  +
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DefinitionTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, doc THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 17, 2013.

International interdisciplinary Internet based unbiased forum for review of medical literature. Very much like an on-line journal club, we aim to provide a venue which will improve communication amongst physicians and lead to better understanding and interpretation of medical literature.

In the academic world, "Journal Clubs" are a common way to discuss and critically question medical literature. The knowledge gained by this activity can be immeasurable, and often leads to ideas both relating to patient care and to future research. However, many clinicians are unable to participate in these academic activities. In addition, information shared within an individual journal club is seldom disseminated.

Here you will find a free, user-friendly website where you can rate and discuss medical literature. It offers innovative and powerful search tools that will allow you to quickly query the medical literature and identify the information you need. In addition, their exclusive tools will help identify the most important and controversial articles.

It is their hope to bring both insight and questions to the literature -- both of which will be used to shape future research. Clinicians will have a better understanding of the evidence, and ability to partake in a venue that fosters communication between peers.
fosters communication between peers.
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KeywordsEmergency medicine  +, Endocrinology  +, Ent  +, Gastroentrology  +, Genetics  +, Academic  +, Allergy  +, Anesthesia  +, Basic science  +, Cardiology  +, Clinician  +, Critical care  +, Dentistry  +, Dermatology  +, Geriatrics  +, Heme  +, Onc  +, Interdisciplinary  +, Internal medicine  +, International  +, Literature  +, Medical  +, Medline interfaces  +, Nephrology  +, Neurosciences  +, Ob  +, Gyn  +, Ophthalmology  +, Orthopedics  +, Pediatrics  +, Physician  +, Plastic surgery  +, Pm&amp  +, Psychiatry  +, Radiology  +, Surgery  +, Telemedicine  +, Urology  +, and Journal  +
LabelResource:JournalReview.org  +
ModifiedDate17 July 2013  +
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