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Light bulb in human hand, b&w.
03 Aug 2022
When we were challenged by one of our clients to teach learners how to read and understand clinical trial data, we borrowed the graphical abstract concept and we used it in a non-traditional way. Graphical abstracts (sometimes called visual abstracts) were first introduced on Twitter in 2016. They were designed to accompany the submission of full text papers to visually convey the essential points of the paper and to promote the research. ...more
nurse puts oxygen mask on elderly woman patient lying in the hospital room bed, wearing protective gloves and visor medical mask, coronavirus covid 19 protection concept
18 May 2021
When creating an educational medium, it must be kept in mind that there is life beyond the technical aspects of a specific pharmaceutical or medical device. The essence of physicians’ work lies in patient care. Experiencing the patient journey was the technique employed by this research team through the use of a visual medium that told the story of daily life of a person with a chronic disease. ...more
Coronavirus. COVID-19. 3D Render
13 Feb 2020
The need for continued access to research and learning has never been more important. Springer Nature is committed to supporting the global response to COVID-19, enabling fast and direct access to the latest available research, evidence, and data. ...more