Welcome to our latest edition of Digital Digest. We hope you enjoy our medical and research themed media bites from the last week.
We are buzzing after our Annual Scientific Meeting. Have a look at this time lapse of delegates networking at the event.
A quick summary of the use of patient data has evolved in recent years.
Check out this vintage heart animation from an anatomy and history enthusiast.
Become a memory master with word associations! See the video below to find out how John Sherbeck remembers the important Lectins for Path Boards.
Next up: How to remember the (historically) important Lectins for #PathBoards -Here's a #MemoryPalace set to help you out. #KnowOrFail #TransfusionMed #BloodBank #Immunohematology #Pathology #Blooducation #ClinPath pic.twitter.com/Jfx369lriK— John Sherbeck MD (@TeamCaptainJohn) April 9, 2018
For those who have or are currently working nightshifts, take a look at this useful guidance posted on #WorldSleepDay in March
Who said Haematologists don't have a sense of humour with these two cheeky tweets.
Haemopun 😀 pic.twitter.com/dHkRQqtgCy— Tony Davies (@Dobbysdad) April 5, 2018
Blood Advances are a new digital open-access journal from the American Society of Haematology.
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