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SXSW is such a fun, educational, and amazing experience. Here are some of my thoughts, shots, experiences, opinions and tips. I hope you find them helpful and fun--just like SXSW. See you next year!
SXSW is such a fun, educational, and amazing experience. Here are some of my thoughts, shots, experiences, opinions and tips. I hope you find them helpful and fun--just like SXSW. See you next year!
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Cool, looking forward to it!


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Hot off the press in the "I Quit" series this month on LinkedIn. Hope you like it!
In this series, professionals share all the right — and wrong — ways to leave a job. Follow the stories here, and write your own (please include #IQuit somewhere in the body of your post).For most of us, when we are offered a position, we are so excited and enthusiastic and raring to go that we are not thinking to the future day when we will be ready to say au revoir and set off for greener pastures. This is when the real problems can begin if yo...
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Here is the fifth (enough!) and likely last in the series. Hope you like it.
In this fifth part of this series I wanted to review some of what I think are the most interesting and promising technologies and approaches that I have seen lately. As a result, this piece may be more of a curated work, and I hope you may find yourself getting lost in all the links for the items, areas, and tools described.Topol RulesI have been a longtime user/subscriber to Medscape and thus a fan of its Editor in Chief, Dr. Eric Topol. But it ...
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Possible book authorship possibility in Praeger's Contemporary Psychology Series. 
I know many of you may feel like you have wanted to “write that book” that you have been thinking about for a long time. It’s not that your writing isn't up to snuff or even about taking the time, it’s because you don't really know where to start. You may know that I have been publishing for a while as a sole author, co-author, editor and co-editor for many years and with a number of publishing houses (Wiley, Praeger, Greenwood, Charles C. Thomas...
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Number four and counting, hope you like it!
Registries are large scale tools for tracking clinical outcomes. In this fourth installment, I wanted to discuss how the data analytics discussed in part three are being tracked and aggregated in order to better examine and hopefully find correlational as well as causal inferences in various types of practice.I've long been a big fan of evidence-based medicine and evidence-based practice. In my book on the subject (with Randy Hayes) I noted that ...
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https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/can-big-data-make-medicine-better-part-3-dr-chris-stout?trk=prof-post

Hi all,

Here's the latest from my (seemingly unending) series on LInkedIn. Hope you like it...! 
In this third installment I wanted to look at the role of data analytics on healthcare improvement and medicine. I recently co-authored a piece on big data and rehabilitation medicine where I noted that “quantitative methods in healthcare management are not a new idea.
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I complied this after a great NOLS course on Wilderness Medicine. Pack it in your rucksack and glove box! Share with anyone. I hope you find it helpful.
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I hope you find this issue to be informative and helpful in your work. Please send me any information you’d like posted in upcoming issues. 

The embedded links may not work in SlideShare, so please feel free to email me for a copy at DrChrisStout@gmail.com to be added to our email list. 

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Cheers, and thank you for your work,

Chris
I hope you find this issue to be informative and helpful in your work. Please send me any information you’d like posted in upcoming issues. The embedded links may not work in SlideShare, so please feel free to email me for a copy at DrChrisStout@gmail.com to be added to our email list. You can join our Facebook Group and interact with over 1200 likeminded individuals at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CenterForGlobalInitiatives/ Any recommendati...
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Here is the fifth (enough!) and likely last in the series. Hope you like it.
In this fifth part of this series I wanted to review some of what I think are the most interesting and promising technologies and approaches that I have seen lately. As a result, this piece may be more of a curated work, and I hope you may find yourself getting lost in all the links for the items, areas, and tools described.Topol RulesI have been a longtime user/subscriber to Medscape and thus a fan of its Editor in Chief, Dr. Eric Topol. But it ...
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Our latest issue just hit the digital newsstand, hope you enjoy it!
I hope you find this issue to be informative and helpful in your work. Please send me any information you’d like posted in upcoming issues. The embedded links may not work in SlideShare, so please feel free to email me for a copy at DrChrisStout@gmail.com to be added to our email list. You can join our Facebook Group and interact with over 1200 likeminded individuals at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CenterForGlobalInitiatives/ Any recommendati...
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Here is the latest in my (seemingly unending) series of Linkedin Influencer posts on technology and medicine. I hope you may find it of interest. And thank you for your work!
In this third installment I wanted to look at the role of data analytics on healthcare improvement and medicine. I recently co-authored a piece on big data and rehabilitation medicine where I noted that “quantitative methods in healthcare management are not a new idea.
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