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Grupo de Investigación en Sueño - Perú

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Bookmarked by Edmundo Rosales-Mayor on July 21, 2010
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Consortium of Universities fo Global Health (CUGH) offers a bi - weekly feature

Consortium of Universities fo Global Health (CUGH) offers a bi - weekly feature: a case - series from rural Uganda called “Reasoning without Resources”.The target audience is clinicians practicing in low resource settings, medicine and family medicine residents, and senior medical students with an interest in clinical global health.

The series is assumes that medical textboo ks, written for those who can access and afford them, have limited relevance to making a diagnosis in most of the world’s hospitals. This case-series addresses that reality by developing clinical skills as the fundamental "diagnostic test" available to clinicians, and sound clinical reasoning as the clinician’s principle resource. Through its Question and Answer format, the series focuses as much on pedagogical process as on biomedical content. In taking on these broad basic challenges, it hopes to inform medical education and cost-effective medical practice in modern medical settings as well.

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Bookmarked by Liam Boggs on June 21, 2013
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Redcap is a systems to allow investigators to rapidly develop data management for studies.

Although not intended for clinical trials per se it has a FDA 21CFR-Part11 Compliant Project ongoing and this is planned to be built into the system by the end of 2010

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Bookmarked by Greg Fegan on June 4, 2010
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Evidence Based Tuberculosis Diagnosis

This is a comprehensive resource, created by STOP TB, for the synthesis of evidence, policies, guidelines and research agendas on TB diagnostics.

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Bookmarked by Kimberly Sollis on Feb. 7, 2012
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Randomised Trials in Child Health in Developing Countries 2010

Scroll to the bottom of the page for the booklets on randomised trials in children. These summarizes some of the latest research on child health in developing countries: evidence derived from all the randomized trials published over the last year. The aim is to make this information widely available to paediatricians, child health nurses, midwives, researchers, students and administrators in places where up-to-date health information is hard to find. It is hoped that such information will be helpful in reviewing treatment guidelines, clinical practice and public health approaches, and in teaching about paediatrics and evidence-based medicine.

The International Child Health Review Collaboration is a multicentre project to deliver the evidence basis behind World Health Organisation guidelines for use by paediatric doctors, nurses and other child health workers in Developing Countries

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Bookmarked by Palma Romero on July 20, 2010
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