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Jan 25, 2014

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“ Every day the scorecards went up, where they could be seen by all of the hospital’s emergency room doctors. Physicians hitting the target to admit at least half of the patients over 65 years old who entered the emergency department were color-coded green. The names of doctors who were close were yellow. Failing physicians were […]

Jan 17, 2014

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Sydney Brenner in Science on the late Fred Sanger A Fred Sanger would not survive today’s world of science. With continuous reporting and appraisals, some committee would note that he published little of import between insulin in 1952 and his first paper on RNA sequencing in 1967 with another long gap until DNA sequencing in […]

Jan 16, 2014

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Nature carries a rightly critical piece about the lack of meaningful consent of collection of what was once private data between a doctor and patient. “The name of the programme is care.data — not that you would know that from the leaflet, which neglects to mention it. From this spring, information from medical consultations, for […]

“Simply put, for the majority of students, the value of higher education is a function of its immediate employment prospects as opposed to long-term developmental and intangible benefits. This quest for value is especially prevalent in developed economies, where slow economic growth and scarcity of employment prospects fuel scepticism.” Not certain how much of this […]

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