Blood testing is arguably the centrepiece of diagnostics in medicine. But a few years ago a scandal shook up the field, which still has consequences. The challenge now is to get over it but work towards its idea.
Posts that don't have a specific topic, but still have a lot to say. From updates about the publication to random links on digital health.
Google recently introduced a healthcare dashboard for better data visualisation. Apple is researching hearing loss. Litmaps is wonderful for researchers and medical education might change.
The other day I was browsing what to watch on Netflix and had a thought. I think Netflix might become a new digital channel for “conveying” health.
Coding doesn't appear to have a lot in common with medicine. But the pandemic is showing us how valuable this knowledge is. This issue attempts to look at why coding is so beneficial for medical students and doctors.
Healthcare 4.0 is already improving how doctors treat patients. It's making healthcare more efficient with AI, automation, telemedicine and more.
Every once in a while I have to take a look back at my writing and assess it. And then also share some cool digital health resources that I dug up.
Learning meditation is more accessible than ever, but that's not necessarily a good thing. On the other hand, tech might help us screen for diabetes.
There's no dilemma about social media. It can be great, but it's also incredibly addicting and can have serious health consequences. On top of that, our privacy is at stake.
Sunday MashUp was great, Medical Notes will be better. It's more flexible and it will be more focused: digital health is the way!
With the exams in full swing, I once again opted in for a little shorter version. This time it's about exercise data and medical startups.