New research on measuring diagnostic performance
marc.rabner at NPC.HUMANDX.ORG
Wed Jan 16 21:24:19 UTC 2019
We wanted to share that the Human Diagnosis Project was featured in a new JAMA
diagnostic performance (also attached). Researchers from Johns Hopkins,
NIH, and other top institutions studied our clinical case series (called Global
Morning Report <https://www.humandx.org/gmr>) and found it to be an
objective and rapid measurement of physicians' and trainees' diagnostic
This has exciting implications for improving clinical reasoning and
potentially reducing diagnostic error. For decades, the medical community
has relied on multiple choice tests and direct observation to estimate
clinical reasoning competence; there hasn't been a more scalable and
objective, evidence-based, and real-time method. By solving quick and
engaging case simulations, physicians and trainees can now more easily
gauge their competence and monitor their improvement. These cases are
freely accessible to any medical professional on our open access online
platform at humandx.org.
Please let us know if you have any questions, and share the research with
others who may be interested.
Marc Rabner, MD, MPH
The Human Diagnosis Project.
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For all of humankind.
Moderator: David Meyers, Board Member, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine
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