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Elsevier ELibrary Netherlands Engels Welcome to Elsevier elibrary Please enter AND, OR, NOT to narrow your search results TicTrac is a Great Personal Data Aggregation Dashboard and Reporting Service The idea of aggregating data from disparate sources is a common issue on the internet and the search for doing this with social services was the impetus for this blog. I started to see this phenomenon become an issue for the quantified self community as more devices and services for tracking became available. I’ve seen several services come online to tackle the issue of aggregating quantified self related data over the last few years and list them here. One of the primary reasons for aggregating multiple sources of activity data is to provide a single view to more easily glean insights. A simple method to visualize this is by seeing multiple bar graphs plotted together based on these distinct data points.

Unofficial Smilie Dictionary Grabbed this off the Internet a while ago from Debbie Brown: UUCP: cci632!jloda!deb | Internet: Evidence Informed Practice Modules - Center for Spirituality and Healing - University of Minnesota Evidence Informed Practice Modules These modules present a model of evidence informed practice (EIP) that includes three types of evidence: clinical experience, patient presentation, and research studies. They examine the role of each type of evidence in clinical decision-making, and focus on knowledge and skills needed to apply research evidence in practice. These modules describe the overall model and explain its three components in more detail. These modules explore the characteristics of different types of healthcare research, including basic science, clinical research, observational research, and qualitative research. They also address the important role of summary research in providing potentially relevant and valid research that minimizes work for busy clinicians.

International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: Login skip navigation Log in Log In 18 must-follow Twitter accounts about health and medicine At this time of year, “best of” lists abound: the top-selling books; the highest-impact papers; the 10 biotech stocks that most exceeded expectations. This is not one of those lists. Here at STAT, we’ve compiled a list of Twitter feeds to follow for insights into the worlds of health, medicine, and science. Quote Investigator What is the purpose of this website? This blog records the investigatory work of Garson O’Toole who diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what? This question often cannot be answered with complete finality, but approximate solutions can be iteratively improved over time.

Finding Evidence for Comparing Medical Interventions - Methods Guide – Chapter Methods Guide – Chapter – Jan. 5, 2011 Formats This is a chapter from the methods guide, "Methods Guide for Effectiveness and Comparative Effectiveness Reviews."