Session coordinator: Jakub Petřík, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Time and venue: May 26, 9:00 AM - 9:35 AM, Auditorium D
Translation of Scientific Knowledge into Clinical Practice with the Use of Web 2.0
- Vendula Papíková, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic - Institute of Computer Science - Centre of Biomedical Informatics
- Miroslav Zvolský, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic - Institute of Computer Science - Centre of Biomedical Informatics
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Translational medicine facilitates the use of the results of research in medical practice. In the context of the rapidly growing amount of new information, it is increasingly difficult task. Scientists and clinicians therefore need specialized tools to quickly and efficiently search and disseminate evidence relevant to their disciplines. Web 2.0 is a platform which can provide the right tools.
This paper gives examples of current information resources and services aimed at promoting the translation of research findings into clinical practice, using the Web 2.0 tools, and also presents a newly developed information resource from this category. The work was partly supported by the project 1M06014 of the Ministry of Education CR and the research plan AV0Z10300504.
Keywords: information resources, information services, Web 2.0, EBM, translational medicine
- Author's professional CV
Vendula Papikova, MD, PhD, graduated at the 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University at Prague. In 1996 she achieved specialization from internal medicine and in 2000 from clinical chemistry. In 2009 she defended her doctoral thesis in the field of Information Science. She worked as physician at several faculty hospitals and as assistant professor at 2nd Department of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry (nowadays Institute of Biochemistry and Experimental Oncology) of the 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague.
In years 1997 – 1999 she worked as pharmacovigilance and scientific medical information adviser in pharmaceutical company Ferring-Léčiva. In 2001 she passed short time educational internship focused on a diagnostics of inborn errors of metabolism and on evidence-based medicine. Since 2006 till present she works at Department of Medical Informatics and at Centre of Biomedical Informatics, Institute of Computer Sciences, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.