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A survey study on Turk-Orthopod

Location: http://www.aott.org.tr/index.php/aott/article/viewFile/741/248

CONCLUSION: Our electronic discussion group, Turk-orthopod, has proved to be a quick communication tool, presenting a considerable potential to contribute to continuous medical education of Turkish orthopedists.
A survey study on "Turk-Orthopod", a Turkish electronic discussion group in orthopedics and traumatology Arazi M, Yaman H, Heybeli N. Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc. 2004;38(4):277-81. Full...
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ABJS Carl T Brighton Workshop on Health Informatics in Orthopaedic Surgery

Location: http://www.springerlink.com/content/y3g81485n746704j/fulltext.html

Editorial comment on the workshop held Nov 2009 on Health Informatics in Orthopaedic Surgery
Christian Veillette
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Creating an Index of Orthopaedic Information on the Internet

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/issues-in-orthopaedic-informatics-creating-an ...

Many people have become so frustrated with the difficulty of finding useful orthopaedic information on the Internet that they have concluded there is not any worth the bother. While it is possible to develop the skill needed to search more effectively and find good stuff, there could be a shortcut:...
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Defining Orthopaedic Subject Matter

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/issues-in-orthopaedic-informatics-defining-or ...

Deciding what to call an orthopaedic subject is a "housekeeping" issue but none the less vital. Orthopaedics is full of synonyms and acronyms. But to search electronically, one needs a unique name or code that can be added to every piece of information that relates to that subject. Only then...
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Finding Orthopaedic Information on the Internet - Part 1 The Literature

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/finding-orthopaedic-information-on-the-intern ...

Access to the major citations databases of the scientific literature is one of the great contributions the Internet has made to the practice of orthopaedics. The Medline database of the US National Library of Medicine (NLM) has been online at the PubMed site for three years now. It has 102...
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Finding Orthopaedic Information on the Internet - Part II

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/finding-orthopaedic-information-on-the-intern ...

Using Internet search engines to find orthopaedic information is even more of an art form and even more frustrating than finding citations to the literature. We need to visit that subject in the future but for now, we will concentrate on using sites which are more or less guaranteed to...
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Finding Orthopaedic Information on the Internet - Part III Using Search Engines

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/finding-orthopaedic-information-on-the-intern ...

Using search engines is a popular and seemingly easy way to find information on the Internet, however, it is much less predictable than the other two methods and is responsible for much of the bad press the Internet receives from serious users.
Finding Orthopaedic Information on the Internet - Part III...
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Information Technology and Orthopaedic Education

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/coa-bulletin/issue-81/it-information-technology-and-orthopaedic-education.htm ...

This article is an entry to the literature on the use of information technology (IT) both in orthopaedic trainee education and in CME, as well as a brief review of useful Internet resources.
Information Technology and Orthopaedic Education Myles Clough, M.D., FRCSC Christian Veillette, M.D., FRCSC
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Internet Access Produces Misinformed Patients

Location: http://www.orthosupersite.com/view.asp?rID=42830

The Internet has produced a truly phenomenal increase in access to information. This is really only helpful to patients if the information is filtered and appropriate to their specific needs. Too often patients access information about conditions they have self-diagnosed and bring it to the consultation with their physician, who...
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Internet versus mailed questionnaires

Location: http://www.jmir.org/2004/4/e39/

OBJECTIVE: We investigated whether using Web-based technology could increase the response rates to an international survey.
CONCLUSIONS: Our Internet-based survey to surgeons resulted in a significantly lower response rate than a traditional mailed survey. Researchers should not assume that the widespread availability and potential ease of Internet-based surveys will translate...
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Issues in Orthopaedic Informatics

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/issues-in-orthopaedic-informatics.html

nformatics is the study of the use of information. Since most medical subjects, such as orthopaedics, deal with an overload of information, it is unfortunate that informatics is a neglected area. Most of our research effort is put into accumulating more information; in contrast, this article rather focuses on the...
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Orthopaedics Networks and Computers

Location: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/84-B/4/481.pdf?ck=nck

Orthopaedic surgery has not yet fully grasped the remarkable potential of information technology. Instinctive opposition to ‘computer medicine’ is inherent. Human pattern recognition and memory, if properly trained, are faster and more accurate than any computer system. The problem is that absorbing and retaining the necessary knowledge have become impossible...
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PDAs and the Orthopaedic Surgeon

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/pdas-and-the-orthopaedic-surgeon.html

So someone gave you one of those cool new Palm devices so that you can get organized and stop leaving little slips of paper around the office and home. Well, the device is still sitting in the box, but with good intentions to start using it when you have the...
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Qualitative content analysis of questions asked by visitors to an orthopaedics Web site

Location: http://www.jmir.org/2003/4/e24/

This study analyzes what people search for when they use a health-education Web site offering information about arthritis, orthopaedics, and sports-medicine topics. Additionally, it determines who is performing these searches: is it patients, friends or relatives of patients, or neither? Finally, it examines the similarities and differences among questions submitted...
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