I you are interested in using the web for medical education, you can always rely on DavidRothman.net and ScienceRoll to find something useful.
A few examples are listed below:
- GoldMiner is a radiology search engine. I added it to the list of resources on ClinicalCases.org: Imaging: Electrocardiograms, X-rays, CT scans. Link via DavidRothman.net.
- FreeMD is "an electronic doctor that conducts an interview, analyzes symptoms, and provides expert advice — for free.” The website may not be an "electronic doctor" but is simple and easy to use. In my tests, the online diagnostic tool FreeMD worked well, and due to its extensive use of pre-recorded videos, it felt more interactive. Link via DavidRothman.net.
Performance of a Web-Based Clinical Diagnosis Support System for Internists. Mark L. Graber and Ashlei Mathew. J Gen Intern Med. 2008 January; 23(Suppl 1): 37–40.
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