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What do you do when you notice a mole on your patient’s forehead? Or red spots on the throat? Have you ever wondered if there are information resources accessible at the point-of-care to help you understand the symptoms you are seeing and refer your patient for appropriate and timely follow-up care?

VisualDx is a point-of-care visual diagnostic clinical decision support system including more than 25,000 dermatology, oral pathology, ophthalmology, public health, drug reaction, and other images detailing variation in age, stage, and skin type. The database contains information about endemic diseases and outbreaks by geographic location to inform health issues that arise from travel.

At the end of this workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Use VisualDx to generate differential diagnoses based on patient symptoms and demographic characteristics
  • Obtain images of symptoms and diseases
  • Access patient education materials about health conditions

Registration is required. After registering participants will receive the class URL via email 3 days before the webinar.

Date:
Sunday, February 4, 2018
Time:
7:00pm - 7:40pm
Location:
Online

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Erica Brody

Research and Education Librarian

Instructor
Tompkins-McCaw Library, Research and Education

(804) 828-2004
Tompkins-McCaw Library, Room 144-D
ebrody@vcu.edu