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Visualmed summarizes landmark clinical trials in medicine.

It allows physicians, residents and medical staff to access the ever-growing list of clinical trials on the go in order to quickly review the methodology and results of a trial. It is specially made for residents who want to stay up to date with literature but find it hard during the busy residency training. Click the button below to access all clinical trials so far published on visualmed.

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VisualMed stemmed from a simple concept:

Medical providers need an efficient and reliable way to access and review the scientific literature to help make medical decisions in real time. While rounding on inpatients, I often heard colleagues mention clinical trials and large-scale studies they had recently read, and we used them to help guide patient care. As busy residents who are always pressed for time during our inpatient rotations, we often read only the abstract and discussion sections of large articles to glean the study’s essential information. Although we may save time, we also risk missing important information.

This frustration led to the concept of VisualMed – a visually appealing representation of the major points of clinical studies that can provide a resource for practitioners with limited time to review scientific articles. Visual abstracting is a relatively new idea, though multiple journals are now using them to disseminate more knowledge through social media. VisualMed is all about effective presentation of medical literature in an entertaining form.


Who Started this Project?

Usama Nasir, MD is a third-year internal medicine resident of University of Connecticut Health Center, US. He did his medical school from Rawalpindi Medical College, Pakistan. He's a self-taught graphic designer and web developer. Combining his skills of graphic designing with his passion for developing new innovations for medical education, he came up with the idea of Visualmed.