I’m very pleased to announce that TRIP now has over 10,000 registered users.
The vast majority of these users are health professionals enrol and there’s pretty much an even split between doctors, information specialists and other health professionals. The users are from all around the globe, highlighting TRIP’s global appeal and reach.
To celebrate we’ll be rolling out a significantly enhanced e-mail alert system. Previously, if a user had recorded, say, ‘prostate cancer’ as an area of interest they would simply get an e-mail reporting how many new articles matched this keyword. Following feedback we have improved this so the results are broken down into EB Synopses, Systematic Reviews, Guidelines (pertinent to your country), Core Primary Research and Extended Primary Research (see below)
August 4, 2010 at 6:31 am
What a 'blinder' of a note, as far as the cost stats are concerned, but even more so for the question
'Is [lit.] search[ing] really the answer to clinical uncertainty?'
A possible answer 'No, especially not if the resource used costs a lot of money to the tax-payer'