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Best way to keep up with research?

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This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by   Scott Glidden March 20, 2019 at 4:49 pm.

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    Scott Glidden
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      I know many of you really stay on top of being current with research about our profession and healthcare overall. I have tried using several different google scholar alerts but most things I get with “adhesion” or “fibrosis” aren’t specific to what I WANT to find. Would anybody have any suggestions for alerts or subscriptions that I should be sure to read? Thanks.

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      William Brady, DC
      Participant

        Some perspective on your question… I think looking at research can be interesting but overall not valuable enough for the time required to pull out something useful. ID is so far ahead of the research that it just doesn’t matter. I keep finding new research that supports what we have been doing for 10+ years.

        In short, I look at the research so you don’t have to. I bring the relevant content to you. This usually means I have invented it- so you won’t find it in the research journals. I want you watching the online content, webinars, taking hands-on classes etc. Your job is to be an expert clinician- this has very little to do with research.

        On a slightly related note we are now 6 weeks into our first ID research project. We will be working on data collection through August/September 2019 then submitting for publication.

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        Scott Glidden
        Participant

          Wonderful!

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