26 September 2019

As a researcher it is important to know the ins and outs of your research area, particularly if it concerns new insights. This means that you should regularly read papers, journals and check news and social media channels. Despite helpful tools and filters this is often very time consuming. The Lancet Digital Health, amongst other journals, offers podcasts in which authors present the key findings and implications of their work. Examples of the Lancet Digital Health podcast are: "Automated deep learning design in medical diagnosis”, "Deep learning diagnosis of glaucoma” and "Health IT failures and their effect on patient care”. This could be an efficient way to keep up-to-date since you can listen to them anywhere e.g. while traveling or during sports activities.


Please note that RIHS researchers who need support regarding new opportunities for data collection and participation by end-users can contact Tom van de Belt.
 
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