The Journal Club Team reviews the top articles in internal medicine, putting landmark trials at your fingertips. Written by physicians, Journal Club's article reviews are distilled into bite-size morsels that clinicians can digest quickly. Think of it as CliffsNotes for medical research. We do the hard work reviewing the literature so that you can focus on what's most important: caring for your patients. A few reviews: • “Amazing! I’ve been trying to put a list like this together for years!” • “In a class by itself! As a med student I love having instant access to these landmark studies with navigation treatment options.” Features: • Concise PICO-structured bottom lines • Physician-written and peer-reviewed major points • Sort trials by name, date, specialty, and disease • Star your favorites for quick access • Easily share summaries with colleagues • Instantly sync for new summaries • Powered by Wiki Journal Club Article summaries contain: • Bottom line • Major points • Design • Population • Interventions • Outcomes • Criticisms • Funding • Links to PubMed and full text More information online: wikijournalclub.org journalclubapp.com
I am an internal medicine resident and this app gave so much to my knowledge, especially during round and one of the attendings cite an RCT. It gives you the summary in very nice way.
With so many going on at all times its a real let down to see so few updates for the cost of this app.
Invaluable for keeping track of landmark trials. Please continue to expand the library!
Not much in the lung cancer space. Was pretty excited about this app. Heard Peter Attia rave about it. Everything I searched for was not found. Very disappointing.
What happened to anesthesiology? Do we not count?!
I purchased the app based on one of the websites recommendations and the high ratings of the app. But now I feel that I wasted $7. The entire surgical specialties including general surgery, vascular, urology, and vascular surgery have only 17 studies and some of them are 10 years old. This is not what I expected. The description of the app is misleading. This is just a sample of some articles in each specialty. Actually some specialties has only one or two articles.
Tremendous potential, great execution so far in terms of format, but weak in terms of volume of content. Hopefully that will change.
All the benefits of an actual journal club without the tiresome human interaction. Very worthwhile investment.
This app shows trials that are ten year old. It crashes and is a total waste of money. I want a refund
This app is great to look and refresh your memory on the studies. There were not so many papers at the beginning but it keeps getting better as they add more and more almost daily I have noticed.