Human Diagnosis Project Seeking Contributing Editors

Andrew Olson olso5714 at UMN.EDU
Wed Jul 18 03:41:34 UTC 2018


*Contributing EditorWe are seeking talented physicians who are passionate
about teaching, service, and quality of care. Applicants for this role
should be attending physicians or graduating trainees and have trained or
practice in top U.S. programs or hospitals.Contributing Editors use their
clinical knowledge to assure the quality of medical content shared by the
Human Diagnosis Project <https://www.humandx.org/> (Human Dx), an online
assessment and training system to improve clinical decision making for
physicians worldwide. Today, thousands of physicians, including those from
500+ top institutions, use our online platform to improve their clinical
expertise and diagnostic reasoning. Read more about Human Dx in JAMA
<https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2670248?redirect=true>
and Scientific American
<https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/can-a-crowdsourced-ai-medical-diagnosis-app-outperform-your-doctor/>.
Current Contributing Editors include associate program directors at Johns
Hopkins and Baylor, and faculty at the Cleveland Clinic.Contributing
Editors will: - Review 10-20 cases per month within his/her specialty.-
Author 1-2 clinical vignettes per month.- Facilitate virtual clinical
discussions on a range of specialty-specific topics and cases.The expected
time commitment is 3-5 hours per month, which can be flexibly scheduled.
Contributing Editors are provided up to a $2,500 honorarium in proportion
to contribution over one year of participation.Additional information about
the role and how to apply can be found here
<http://www.humandx.org/editor>. Questions can be directed to Marc Rabner,
MD, MPH at marc.rabner at npc.humandx.org <marc.rabner at npc.humandx.org>*

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The Human Diagnosis Project.
One open system.
For all of humankind.
Together.


-- 
Andrew P.J. Olson, MD, FACP, FAAP
Assistant Professor
Director, Medical Educator Scholarship and Development
Director, Becoming a Doctor Course
Departments of Medicine & Pediatrics
University of Minnesota Medical School

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