Attended Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
A Qualitative Study on the Development of an Interprofessional Virtual Community of Practice
Background Information and communication technologies have the ability to accelerate access and sharing of relevant information to support clinical decision-making. The Web 2.0 (blog, forum, wiki, etc.) offers significant potential to support best clinical practice. In Quebec, health professionals are increasingly pressured to adopt an evidence-based practice to ensure greater efficiency of their services. However, the transition between "know what to do" and "know how to do" is still diffic...
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Clinicians’ Expectations of Web 2.0 as a Mechanism for Knowledge Transfer of Stroke Best Practices
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