A great way to capture and share knowledge gleaned from the evidence is with...
You may have noticed that suggested articles arriving in your emailed metajournal or appearing in online article lists have a pearl or summary above the abstract. My aim is to make keeping up to date and understanding the current literature even more time efficient.
You can add your own notes to any article or abstract you read — both to help you capture the most actionable 'take-away' message, and also to share your wisdom with others. Simple scroll down below the article abstract to find a list of notes and a text-box for you to add your own.
Notes can be either pearls, summaries or comments, depending on the type of information you want to share.
Two examples of articles with notes to get you started:
- The 2008 POISE study: Effects of extended-release metoprolol succinate in patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery.
- Fink & Hollman's 2012 'Myths and facts in neuromuscular pharmacology'.
Jump in and share your wisdom!