The Medical Curriculum and AI – interesting article

The Medical Curriculum and AI – interesting article

I recently came across this interesting article: Artificial intelligence in healthcare: Should it be included in the medical curriculum? A students’ perspective The authors discuss how the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly growing in medicine, as in all fields. While AI is around 65 years old now, it is paradoxically still in its infancy in academics, and if anything, still more in medicine. They have discussed the need to introduce the knowledge of AI in the medical curriculum right from the Undergraduate days. They explain it with an incident of how one of the authors - a UG…
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Mindmapping and QMed

Mindmapping and QMed

I recently enrolled for a course on Advanced Mindmapping. I was interested in this skill for long and while I learnt the basics of it from Dr Manu Mathew a few years ago, I did not get deeper into it. Recently when I stumbled upon an online course, on this topic, I enrolled for it. It has been great learning, and it has been fun applying the learning too. Learning to use a Mindmapping software is not rocket science. A little bit of trial and error and you are ready to go. It is the application that makes the difference.…
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Nov 10, 2022:  Sharing a donor story – S Viswanathan

Nov 10, 2022: Sharing a donor story – S Viswanathan

Just a month after we shared a donor story, we are lucky to get another one to share with you. Again an old friend – S Viswanathan was my husband's colleague for several years and his family and ours still share a great rapport. Viswanathan – better known as Vishy amongst our group, has been a regular donor and often been one when I put out specific appeals. Every time we got a donation from him, we felt so good! Vishy has been another “sounding board” just like Raman - who I wrote about earlier. When I asked Vishy what…
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