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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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The Symposium/Convention is a large event and requires all hands on deck to be successful. Volunteering is a great way to get involved in NSH and be a part of NSH's premier educational event. NSH awards up to two contact hours per year for volunteering at NSH events or...

source: NSH

Unable to join us in Austin next month? The NSH is happy to announce its brand new Symposium/Convention Live Webinar Series. This series gives histology professionals who cannot attend the live event a chance to attend workshops right from your own home or office. All...

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Electronic medical records contain enormous amounts of information that could be used in clinical research...

source: By Maria Frisch

A*STAR molecular cell biologist Samuel Gan was in the midst of an exasperating work trip in Shanghai, China. Away from his office, his email inbox was filling up with DNA sequencing files that needed his urgent attention. Gan's...

source: Phys.org

There's a new development in the longstanding battle over proprietary healthcare data versus public sharing of such information. Pathologists and clinical laboratory managers will be interested to learn...

source: Dark Daily

Heart-related side effects of drugs are often only exposed once the drug is used on patients in clinical trials, at which point it is too late. But a scientist in the U.K. has spent 10 years developing a breakthrough new way to safely test a drug's cardiovascular effects...

source: Medical News Today


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