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What you may have missed on @nnlmmcr: October 1 – 31, 2012

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October 20-31, 2012

Patient engagement improvements using technology – more data from coming from the patient ow.ly/eQsJa
All new tricks, but no treats for Google Gmail ow.ly/eTucF
NEJM Article: Evidence-Based Medicine in the EMR Era ow.ly/eTtV9
DoD, VA To Expand Health Data Exchange Pilot ow.ly/eTm1h
Pharmacies take more active role in alerts on patients’ drugs ow.ly/eTlNm
Google Announces Three New Devices – Competition for Apple? ow.ly/eRid6
Sending employees to hospitals far from home in the name of less expensive and better care ow.ly/eRhR3
Nice “comic” presentation on Open Access: ow.ly/eNOm9
Florida community wired up as ‘living laboratory’ for longitudinal wellness study ow.ly/eNsXh
NIHSenior Health offers information on stroke including risk factors, warning signs, prevention, and diagnosis ow.ly/eLhFw
10 Questions You Should Know: For Patients, Family and You! ow.ly/eJMl0
Do you have a teen driver at home, or still drive like one? ow.ly/eJM8h
Deconstructing the new OTC label for consumers and patients ow.ly/eJCpl
Which Types of Social Media Platforms Do Surveyed Hospitals and Health Systems Use? ow.ly/eInqt
Older patients join crowd consulting Dr. Internet ow.ly/eIn0a
Nearly 9 out of 10 adults have difficulty using the everyday health information – resources and more @ ow.ly/eHPhi
12 Key Issues Hospitals Will Face in 2013 ow.ly/eHO5c
Why should a person participate in a clinical trial? The NIH answers that question here with personal stories ow.ly/eCKog
The October 2012 issue of The Plains to Peaks Post, newsletter of the NN/LM MCR is now available. ow.ly/eC0q5

October 10-19, 2012

Get persistent digital identifier from ORCID that distinguishes you from other researchers. More info frm yr librarian ow.ly/eA5Wt
A bra that can detect #breastcancer based on thermal fingerprint of cancer tissue in final stages of testing. ow.ly/ewKLE
Patient engagement = better health outcomes, right? So, where are the PHR tools? ow.ly/ezFOf
An apple a day keeps the doctor away unless it’s an Apple iPad, which might be bring docs & patients closer together. ow.ly/ezFra
What is the future of using biometric to identify patients? Is Patient ID Technology going to stick? ow.ly/ezFcj
NIH launches free database of drugs associated with liver injury. Find out more ow.ly/eyHMc
Today is Ada Lovelace Day – Celebrate Women in #Science! Learn more about #AdaLoveLace – ow.ly/ewFcd
Minorities and women often receive lower quality health care than their White and male counterparts. Find out more ow.ly/ewrPx
What did your hands come in contact with today? Celebrate Global Handwashing Day ow.ly/euchY
Is your iPad a pain in the neck? Read on. ow.ly/euaVs
New research suggests that early-life exposure to antibiotics affects gut microbes and changes how food is metabolized. ow.ly/ermkb
NIH launches LiverTox a free database of drugs linked to liver injury ow.ly/eqFz0
See what the largest increases in salary in 2013 will be for those with information careers ow.ly/epeH3
This article does a nice job of outlining how docs are using digital media to interact with their patients ow.ly/eoO5J
From the NLM: GeneEd Web is a safe & useful resource for students & teachers in grades 9 – 12 to learn about genetics. ow.ly/ejqRg

October 1-9, 2012

NIH Grantees Win 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry ow.ly/enkaJ
3 big trends for the EHR cloud ow.ly/ejgXC
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week. Tomorrow, Oct. 9 is National Day Without Stigma. Check out the community action plan ow.ly/ejqen
Nobel prize winners lay foundation for new era of personalized medicine ow.ly/ejdQG
Medicare’s Pay For Performance Effort Begins, Targeting Quality and Readmissions ow.ly/e8d76
Patients, MDs Divided by IT Chasm ow.ly/e8cQZ
October is #HealthLiteracy Month! ow.ly/e84M1 How can you get involved and improve #HealthLiteracy?
The American College of Surgeons was formed in 1913, for the 100th anniversary the ACS launched an interactive timeline ow.ly/e80DZ
Documentary probes question: does increased access to healthcare lead to better health outcomes? ow.ly/e7JmT

 

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