Tuesday, 9 December 2008

The tag cloud of clinical uncertainty :-)

The tag cloud of clinical uncertainty is a graphical representation of the areas of medical research where we still don't have the answers that would help us day to day as practitioners. It is part of the new TripAnswers website, which takes a clinical question answering approach but allows comments from other users. At the moment the site does not seem to be fully functional, but I think it is a great idea.

And for some reason the Tag Cloud of Clinical Uncertainty makes me think of Bill Bailey. I hope that doesn't seem too irreverent ;-)

3 comments:

  1. Thanks,

    This was very interesting.

    rakesh

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  2. Hi there,

    Thank you for registering on doc2doc, I hope that we can be of assistance to you and your community.

    David
    http://doc2doc.bmj.com

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  3. Thinking of Bill Bailey can never be irreverant it just makes me smile.
    I am a midwife in new Zealand married to a GP who has so many letters after his name if you just but down the alphabet the repeat some of it you`ve probably covered them! He is a facilitator for the College of GP`s for those gaining their fellowship and is also a senior lecturer with Otago Uni.

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