Community Survey: Use of Digital Clinical Resources

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Stemming from the vision of Dr. Jim Yong Kim, Dr. Paul Farmer, and Professor Michael Porter, a partnership was formed in 2006 between physician leaders and faculty from the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard School of Public Health, the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Partners In Health to break the global health implementation bottlenecks.

Digital clinical resources are on- and off-line tools that are used in the context of medical education and/or care delivery with the overarching goal of improved patient outcomes. They are part of an expanding infrastructure and encompass a variety of resources and databases used by health professionals. In recent years, there have been substantial increases in the prevalence of such resources in both the developed world and in resource-limited settings.

Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey on your usage of digital clinical resources. The data we collect will help improve the academic community’s knowledge of which resources are used and how they impact clinical care.

This survey will aid in research for a manuscript regarding the GHDonline Expert Panel: The Expansion of Digital Clinical Resources.