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Measuring regional impact: The case for bigger data
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Global research impact can be measured using a diverse and ever-growing array of tools. Expand
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Should Artificial Intelligence Augment Medical Decision Making? The Case for an Autonomy Algorithm.
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A significant proportion of elderly and psychiatric patients do not have the capacity to make health care decisions. Expand
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The case for a regional approach to publication impact
Healthcare-related research is largely regional. Put simply, this is because disease burdens differ between world regions. Even global burdens, such as ischaemic heart disease and cancer, displayExpand
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A pilot study of a novel, incentivised mHealth technology to monitor the vaccine supply chain in rural Zambia
Introduction The World Health Organization estimates that up to half of vaccines are wasted, however only a minority of mHealth programs in Africa have been directed at vaccine supply chainExpand
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Too hot to handle? Heat resilience in urban South Sudan
South Sudan is at risk from the impact of climate change. This paper reviews the climate change issues faced by South Sudan, and the strategy as outlined to the United Nations. The author argues thatExpand
BitView: Using Blockchain Technology to Validate and Diffuse Global Usage Data for Academic Publications
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We propose the creation of a bibliometric blockchain (called BitView) which forms a decentralized ledger of the online usage of scholarly research outputs. Expand
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The fundamental problem blocking open access and how to overcome it: the BitViews project
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In our view the fundamental obstacle to open access (OA) is the lack of any incentive-based mechanism that unbundles authors’ accepted manuscripts (AMs) from articles (VoRs). Expand
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A Storytelling Approach: Insights from the Shambaa
  • Camillo Lamanna
  • History, Medicine
  • The Journal of medical humanities
  • 19 March 2018
Narrative medicine explores the stories that patients tell; this paper, conversely, looks at some of the stories that patients are told. The paper starts by examining the ‘story’ told by the ShambaaExpand