Evolution of a Blog-Clinical Correlations 2.0

February 20, 2007

Evolution 2You may have noticed a few changes here at Clinical Correlations. First if you look at the top of the page we have a great new logo created by a professional graphics arts designer. Second, if you look just below the logo, there is now a link to a page entitled The Essential Reading Lists. This link takes you to a bibliography listing the essential articles as picked by our faculty members of the NYU Internal Medicine Curriculum Committee. The lists do not yet include links, but will shortly.

Other new features include:

  • Bedside rounds-a monthly feature describing the historical and practical information about our physical exam findings
  • Ethics 101-a semi-regular feature discussing ethical dilemmas
  • Critical Reasoning-a step by step dialogue with a faculty member outlining in a series of posts, their approach to a difficult case

Unfortunately, since our recent software upgrade the automatic email alerts are no longer being sent. Those of you who signed up to get these alerts each time the site is updated will instead get a weekly email updating what’s new on the site. If you are not currently getting these email alerts, please send us an email. Hopefully we’ll be able to get that feature working in the near future.

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