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This booklet explains online resources available at NEJM.org to support teaching, presentations, and clinical learning.
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In this new ebook from NEJM Catalyst, you will discover actionable data and read firsthand accounts from clinical leaders about steering healthcare organizations towards successful transformation.
An annual independent survey of physicians about their must-read journals across 12 specialties
A collection of original content from NEJM Catalyst including insights on free-standing emergency departments, patient engagement, and care redesign.
A collection of original content from NEJM Catalyst highlighting ideas for improving health care delivery.
View this 12-minute procedural video to learn about shoulder anatomy and common injuries and obtaining a patient history and see detailed instruction on how to perform a physical examination of the shoulder.
Access to over 70 peer-reviewed videos is a benefit of a site license subscription. These videos help students, trainees, and even more experienced physicians learn by watching an actual demonstration of a procedure.
Coverage of the new clinical guidelines most likely to affect practice today