Problem: Students have a lot of resources available to them. Which resources should they use to optimize their learning?
Solution: But1 (http://but1.co) – a site > syllabus > learning units, which consist of learning modules (as provided by external publishers) and assessment modules (as provided by But1). Students take assessments after learning, thereby giving them an idea of how well they know the material, how they are progressing with respect to other students, and system can assess efficiency of educational resources.
I should note that the naming of But1 was the fastest and strangest naming process I’ve had to date. Behold: Continue reading
Another hackathon I did recently ran by MGH, MIT Hacking Medicine, and Samsung. I joined Vlad Ratushny‘s team to try to use the new Samsung Galaxy phone’s oximeter to do skin diagnostics. Specifically, to tell benign conditions, from cellulitis, from necrotizing fasciitis, which, for lack of a better expression, is really scary sh*t. Anyway, the PPT is here and below. Continue reading
When I started working on JoMI, my mind was blown by the state of medicine – and not in a good way. I found particularly troubling that it’s impossible to get the batting average for your physician – for all the talk of outcomes, I expected to be able to ask the question: which physician would offer me the highest probability of the most desirable outcome? Continue reading