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Welcome to Medoodle

The international medical community and professional network

...based on the popular Radiology community Radiolopolis...

The All-Around-Medicine Community

The purpose of this medical community is to create a possibility, where most of the needs of physicians, residents, medicals students, physician assistants, nurses, technologists and industry can be melted within one central medical network. It is based on a "taking and giving" principle, where you share your knowledge and others do the same.

Some features:

  • Share cases and your knowledge
  • Ask professionals for their opinion - in public or in private
  • Find people with similar interests, create new connections and expand your professional network
  • Discuss medical topics in dedicated forums - from residency to practice
  • Prepare for the USMLE / medical baords
  • Find tutorials and eLearning material
  • Share your images, videos, teaching files and lectures
  • Simplify your research and find partners worldwide
  • Create or join research and study groups
  • General and medical specific search engines
  • Read medical news from multiple subspecialties
  • Publishing case reports (cooperation with the JRCR)
  • Helpful tools for your daily work (calculators, case tracker, clinical, research tools, etc.)
  • ...and much more...
The best: IT'S FREE!

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Texting shrinks peripheral vision to only 10%. "Cell phone use is on the rise and our eyes keep looking down. Try looking up and see what you've been missing." Posted at Clinical Cases and Images. Stay updated and subscribe, follow us on Twitter and connect on Facebook.
(Source: Clinical Cases and Images)

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What proof is in your Christmas pudding? Is caring under the influence possible?
CONCLUSION: Christmas puddings contain ethanol that does not all evaporate during the cooking process. However, the rise in BAC after ingestion of a typical slice of Christmas pudding was negligible and unlikely to affect work performance or safety or impair a health care worker's ability to make complex decisions. PMID: 25495331 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

Rural dental health care and the workforce challenges.
Authors: Crocombe LA PMID: 25495306 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

The meaning of seven Christmases.
Authors: Toh J PMID: 25495330 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

Patient safety and rapid response systems.
Authors: Hillman KM, Lilford R, Braithwaite J Abstract Attention was drawn to the safety of patients in acute care hospitals in the early 1990s when studies found large numbers of potentially preventable deaths. Errors were initially ascribed to individual doctors and nurses, but later it was recognised that errors were mainly related to failure of systems rather than individuals. Mortality is not necessarily a good measure of hospital safety. It depends more on the nature of the patient's underlying clinical state and the type of intervention than on the safety of the hospital, and its prevention (as a measure of patient safety) contributes to the failure of hospitals to recognise and appropriately manage patients who are naturally at the end of life. It is difficult to find agree...

Christmas 2014.
Authors: Janusic T PMID: 25495294 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

Enabling the success of academic health science centres in Australia: where is the leadership?
Authors: Theile DE, Scott IA, Martin JH, Gavrilidis A PMID: 25495302 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

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Barking up the wrong tree: injuries due to falls from trees in Solomon Islands.
CONCLUSION: While mangos and guavas are undeniably delicious, the quest for their flesh can be hazardous. Children will always climb trees, but the search for food among children in lower-income settings may lead to higher rates of injury. PMID: 25495329 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

A diagnosis that will go down in history.
Authors: Sebaratnam DF, Stewart N, Venugopal SS PMID: 25495328 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

An outbreak of enterovirus 71 in metropolitan Sydney: enhanced surveillance and lessons learnt.
CONCLUSIONS: EV71 infection is likely to continue to be a public health problem in Australia. Surveillance of routinely collected emergency department data can provide a useful indication of its activity in the community. PMID: 25495312 [PubMed - in process]
(Source: Medical Journal of Australia)

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