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MDchat Transcript October 19, 2010

MDchat Transcript October 19, 2010

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Published by MD Chat
Transcript of #MDchat - a Twitter chat for physicians - for Tuesday, October 19, 2010.

Follow @MD_chat - http://Twitter.com/MD_chat
Visit http://MDchat.org

Topics included:

T1 Medscape v. Wikipedia: What do you consider a reliable online resource for research? Are there specific one you use?

T2 Medical Research: How are you explaining research to patients? Esp w/conflicting results? For after chat: http://bit.ly/cDKqBQ

Moderated by @PhilBaumann - http://Twitter.com/PhilBaumann
Transcript of #MDchat - a Twitter chat for physicians - for Tuesday, October 19, 2010.

Follow @MD_chat - http://Twitter.com/MD_chat
Visit http://MDchat.org

Topics included:

T1 Medscape v. Wikipedia: What do you consider a reliable online resource for research? Are there specific one you use?

T2 Medical Research: How are you explaining research to patients? Esp w/conflicting results? For after chat: http://bit.ly/cDKqBQ

Moderated by @PhilBaumann - http://Twitter.com/PhilBaumann

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Transcript of #MDchat for October 19,2010
Follow @MD_chat on Twitter for regular updates
Twitter.com/MD_chat
MDchat.org
MD_Chat
Welcome again everyone to #MDchat! We'll start infusing a bit, but first
let's get acquainted: briefly introduce yourselves!
healthewoman
Hi everyone! So excited to discover #MDChat.
westr
RT @MD_Chat: Tonight on #MDchat one of the topics is Lies, Damned
Lies & Medical Science: Read http://bit.ly/cDKqBQ for context.
Plz RT
RichmondDoc
Family doc in #RVA; mostly lurking; didn't have time for homework.
#mdchat
drseisenberg
Steven, heme/onc in rainy (I know, boo-hoo) San Diego #MDchat
MD_Chat
OK - we'll start off with our first topic in a moment. Please prepend
responses to topics with T1, T2, etc. Have fun! #MDchat
subatomicdoc
Matt Katz, radiation oncologist in New England. #mdchat
CrescendoCG
Beth here - looking for insight that can be shared w/healthcare consumers
#mdchat
MD_Chat
T1 Medscape v. Wikipedia: What do you consider a reliable online resource
for research? Are there specific one you use? #MDchat
mkmackey
Listening in to #mdchat
jodyms
Ditto RT @mkmackey Listening in to #mdchat
RichmondDoc
T1 Don't find either especially useful, and haven't used them for research;
can't comment on their reliability. #mdchat
subatomicdoc
T1: Neither Medscape nor Wikipedia. I go for PubMed. #mdchat
RichmondDoc
I've used PubMed and Google Scholar for specific papers; UpToDate for
overview and
quick summaries. #mdchat
subatomicdoc
RT @RichmondDoc: I've used PubMed and Google Scholar for specific
papers; UpToDate for overview and quick summaries. #mdchat
drseisenberg
UptoDate. All day, every day. Don't use Medscape or Wikipedia much for
point of care. #MDchat
healthpolicygrp
RT @subatomicdoc: T1: Neither Medscape nor Wikipedia. I go for PubMed.
#mdchat
DebErupts
Listening to #MDChat
amcunningham
@MD_Chat T1 Anne Marie (UK) here so this is well past my bedtime but
just in case any of you don't know check out tripdatabase.com #mdchat
mkmackey
T1 .@drseisenberg do you access uptodate by mobile or web? #mdchat
DebEru
pts
RT @RichmondDoc: I've used PubMed and Google Scholar for specific
papers; UpToDate for overview and quick summaries. #mdchat
RichmondDoc
@amcunningham Haven't tried it; will look to use it at the next possible
opportunity. #mdchat
subatomicdoc
@amcunningham Thanks for the tip! I'll check out tripdatabase.com in
more detail. #mdchat
anniekey
T1: UpToDate is my main go-to for overviews of topics. The MicroMedex
iPhone app and Epocrates also useful for looking up meds. #mdchat
drseisenber
g
@mkmackey T1. Web. Will bring patients in on occasion and review with
them. They like it. #MDchat
westr
RT @MD_Chat: T1 Medscape v. Wikipedia: What do you consider a reliable
online resource for research? Are there specific one you use? #MDchat
DebErupts
RT @amcunningham: @MD_Chat T1 Anne Marie (UK) here so this is well
past my bedtime but just in case any of you don't know check out
tripdatabase.com #mdchat
amcunningham
@MD_Chat This is slightly off topic but I've been thinking tonight about
patients checking symptoms online. http://is.gd/g8U6J #mdchat
DebErupts
RT @anniekey: T1: UpToDate is my main go-to for overviews of topics. The
MicroMedex iPhone app and Epocrates also useful for looking up meds.
#mdchat
RichmondDoc
For breaking news and updates re: new meds/developments: Precriber's
Letter, Medical Letter, Journal Watch #mdchat
amcunningham
@MD_Chat #mdchat my other top Google scholar tip is to set scholar
preferences to link out to any uni library that you are attached to.
jodyms
RT @RichmondDoc: For breaking news and updates re: new
meds/developments: Precriber's Letter, Medical Letter, Journal Watch
#mdchat
RichmondDoc
And, Journal Watch does an e-mail Physicians First Watch that sends a
daily update; not sure if you have to be a subscriber... #mdchat
amcunningham
@RichmondDoc For up to date check out Richard Lehman's Journal Watch
blo
g- covers JAMA, Lancet, NEJM, BMJ http://is.gd/g8X29 #mdchat
peds_id_doc
#mdchat - hello all, Peds ID Fellow from Upstate NY here. I have used wiki
to look u
p ICD-9 codes...that's about it...
drseisenberg
I feel that NCCN guidelines are helpful for oncology. #MDchat
peds_id_doc
#mdchat T1: otherwise it's eMedicine, UptoDate, PubMed if the topic lends
itself to that.
healthpolicygrp
RT @RichmondDoc: For breaking news and updates re: new
meds/developments: Precriber's Letter, Medical Letter, Journal Watch
#mdchat
a
pjonas
RT @subatomicdoc: T1: Neither Medscape nor Wikipedia. I go for PubMed.
#mdchat
RichmondDoc
@peds_id_doc You can also Google a symptom and "
ICD9"; may take you to Wiki or to other sources, but pretty fast.
#mdchat
spulim
I am biased, but at MDLinx.com we try to cover journals and research that
is relevant to daily practice. UpToDate is the Gold Std #MDchat
chukwumaonyeije
Greetings, all. A little late and multitasking. Go Yankees! #mdchat
RichmondDoc
@amcunningham Thanks; will look that up! #mdchat
peds_id_doc
@RichmondDoc #mdchat - that's exactly what I do :) Either it's right on the
search page results or I can drill to the wiki page.
healthewoman
T1: Use UpToDate, PubMed, Ob&Gyn journal website, AJOG
website, NEJM websites #MDchat
peds_id_doc
@RichmondDoc #mdchat T1: faster for me than paging through the damn
coding tome we have in the office...
apjonas
apjonas, family doc, OH lurking, too #mdchat
mkmacke
y
Wondering if you recommend the same sites to your patients that you as
MDs use for research for patient care? #mdchat
healthgist
http://j.mp/d5Z8gi ♻ @mkmackey Listening in to #mdchat
peds_id_doc
@mkmackey #mdchat - almost never. The jargon is a huge obstacle, and
the potential for scaring them is too great...

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