Smartphone Automation of RSS in Academic CME

Smartphone Automation of RSS in Academic CME

A case study in how the convergence of smartphone and open-source Web technologies streamlined one university school of medicine’s grand rounds.

The continuing medical education community was quick to jump on smartphone applications, especially after the release of the Manhattan Research 2010 report stating that 72 percent of U.S. physicians use smartphones, compared to fewer than 20 percent of the general population. Now smartphone applications for the delivery of CME programming and personal data management have become an expectation rather

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