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Web 2.0 in Medical Knowledge Management

Prezi by Ernesto Barrera For WONCA Europe and the Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine
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Ernesto Barrera

on 3 October 2010

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Transcript of Web 2.0 in Medical Knowledge Management

Web 2.0 in Medical Knowledge Management He should read at least 17 articles a day The physicians have clinical questions frequently... ...every day In a general practice... There is one doubt at least
every five patients treated ...and no response is sought more than half of the time!! (1) ..more doctors handle
a lot of information... It took on average over 15 years for research findings on a number of clinical interventions to reach a rate of use of 50%
in eligible patients seen in clinical practice...
(Aust Prescr 2007;30:114-5) We talk about... influenza vaccination thrombolytic therapy diabetic foot care OR beta blockers after
myocardial infarction physicians need to know what is effective and what is not and to reduce unjustified variations in medical practice We need information ...also between
best evidence and current practice There is a gap ... convert knowledge into action Knowledge Translation to find information to receive information to share and publish information to store and classify information to filter information for collaborative work to learn how to use information For example, a search engine that can use family doctors in Spain to find reliable information about medicines or a website where one can download medical search engines for your browser (Mozilla Firefox) and be able to search all pages with the patient medical front..... IN LESS THAN 10 SECONDS collaborative metadata on scientific literature
(i.e. tags and ratings added by individual users) There are methodological filters and also "human filters" and "Folksonomies" A mashups or remix can combine all of this information filtered in RSS 1. Gonzalez-Gonzalez AI, Dawes M, Sanchez-Mateos J, Riesgo-Fuertes R, Escortell-Mayor E, Sanz-Cuesta T, et al. Information Needs and Information-Seeking Behavior of Primary Care Physicians. Ann Fam Med . 2007 Jul 1;5(4):345-352.
2 doubts / 10 patients
17-34 articles for day? Is the Cloud Computing Zotero: free, open-source add-on Firefox, reference management software Dropbox: Is a Web-based file hosting service which uses cloud computing to enable users to store and share files and folders with others across the Internet using file synchronization Is open-source!! By Ernesto Barrera
Family Physician if a general practitioner wants to be updated... Why? The RSS feeds revolution
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