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Pubblicato mercoledì 3 Febbraio 2016

L’aumento delle informazioni non riduce il bisogno di conoscenza: anzi. Rispetto al passato, il medico si pone più domande al letto del malato. Dove cerca risposta? Soprattutto nelle riviste scientifiche e in rete. Lo ha confermato anche una delle più recenti ricerche pubblicate sull’argomento[1]. Anche per questa ragione, le biblioteche online sono preziose soprattutto se offrono un servizio informativo di background attraverso le newsletter che segnalano articoli, approfondimenti, linee-guida.

Da oggi la nostra newsletter ha un aspetto diverso: ancora più sintetica, più facile da consultare e veloce da leggere. Suggeriamo i “migliori” articoli 2015 scelti dal New England, una selezione di contributi di Dermatologia offerta dalla Wiley e la lettura delle ultime notizie pubblicate sul sito della BAL.

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[1] Salinas GD. Trends in Physician Preferences for and Use of Sources of Medical Information in Response to Questions Arising at the Point of Care: 2009–2013. J Contin Educ Health Prof 2014;34:S11–6. doi: 10.1002/chp.21224

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