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Using EMR Databases to Conduct Clinical Research

Electronic medical records contain enormous amounts of information that could be used in clinical research and quality improvement. However, ethical concerns — such as patient consent and minimization of reidentification — abound. For those accessing records...

source: By Maria Frisch
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Electronic medical records contain enormous amounts of information that could be used in clinical research...

source: By Maria Frisch

A United States Navy Destroyer is sent to the Arctic and ordered to radio silence for four months. During that time, a mysterious virus — 100 percent fatal and 100 percent contagious — spreads from isolated pockets in Africa and Asia into a pandemic. When radio...

source: Discover

If you are registered as a user in the JALA SAGEtrack or JBS SAGEtrack manuscript submission systems,...

source: SLAS

SLAS is upgrading its organizational database to deliver a better user experience to members. As part...

source: SLAS

"Lab-on-a-Chip: From Technology to Bioanalysis on Chip" will be held Saturday, Feb. 7. This SLAS2015 Short...

source: SLAS

A team from Sandia National Laboratory describes their automated microfluidic platform with a portfolio...

source: SLAS

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