May 2008

TechSectors: Enhanced Photoemission Spectroscopy Prevents Potential Errors

May 15, 2008

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Until there is a "closed system" developed to prevent occupational exposure, EPS technology cannot be applied to validating chemotherapy preparationâ€"an area that is promising and is currently under development.

Tech Talk - Tech 101: Online Learning

May 15, 2008

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All physicians understand that learning is a lifelong activity. Whether we are interested in fulfilling our professional CME requirements, or learning about new things that simply enrich our lives, opportunities to become more educated and knowledgeable have never been easier to find and access. This broad availability of educational resources is, in large part, due to widespread access to personal computers and the Internet.

TechSectors - Software: Anatomic 3D Avatar

May 15, 2008

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Andre Elisseef of IBM's Zurich Research Lab explains how IBM's Anatomic and Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME) enables physicians to visualize patient records using three-dimensional representations of the human body.

Gadgets for Hospitalists

May 15, 2008

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The Web has finally arrived on our shiny little toys we carry in our white coats or clipped to our belts. Web access has been a feature of PDAs and smartphones for several years now.

So You Wanna... Be a Podcaster?

May 15, 2008

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OncNG spoke with Monte Ladner, MD, producer and host of the Fitness Rocks series of podcasts to learn what it takes to a be a physician podcaster. What makes podcasting appealing...

4 Questions... with Doug Farrago, MD, of the Placebo Journal

May 15, 2008

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Doug Farrago, MD, is a full-time practicing physician in Auburn, ME, and the founder of the Placebo Journal (www.placebojournal.com), which is meant to "empower physicians with a skill that is sorely lacking â€" humor."