The information explosion in the medical field posts a challenge on how to extract useful resources among a multitude of publications daily - Li Xiong
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One of the earliest medical journal club references is credited to Cushing's description of Osler's first formal journal club held in 1875 while at McGill: “for the purchase and distribution of periodicals to which he could ill afford to subscribe as an individual.”
Over the ensuing decades, the goals and nature of these collegial meetings have evolved and gone on to gain wide professional acceptance, especially within teaching programs, serving as venues of knowledge discovery and its dissemination. Medical journal clubs continue to play an indispensable role in academic life where professional staff and trainees regularly congregate, present, and critically appraise the latest in…
While the classic journal club format has maintained consistency—junior staff present the essence of a chosen article and a senior faculty member facilitates consequent discussion among attendees—the journal club's ability to “keep up” and disseminate new knowledge on a timely basis has become unsustainable due to exponential growth in biomedical publications.
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