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Creating patient convenient technology

By Dr Adrian Raudaschl and Esther O’Sullivan

Technology has the potential to reduce the burden on health services by empowering patients to support themselves better. Apps which record clinical data and then prompt users to undertake activities like exercise, remind patients to take their medication, or provide patient education, already exist, but the uptake is low. Continue reading Creating patient convenient technology

If you search then you will find (Part 1)

I was asked the other day why is search so important for the BMJ Best Practice app? I thought that it would be a great time to share some of my thoughts about the importance of search and around the trends that we’re are seeing over a series 3 of articles.

Part 1 will look at the early days of search and how search has developed over the last 20 years, part 2 will look at search today and the final part in the series will examine what these changes means to us as a company. Continue reading If you search then you will find (Part 1)