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NEEDS FINDING/CLINICALTable 1Table 2

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NumberResource NameLinkHow Used

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1PubMedpubmed.govaccess to publication links for particular topics

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2Government Clinical Trials siteClinicaltrials.govcommercial trial activity

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3Web of Knowledge (used to be ISI Web of Science)http://wokinfo.com/

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4Medline Plus surgery videoshttp://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/surgeryvideos.htmlstudents are guided to develop observation skills

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5Patient Voiceshttp://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/09/10/health/Patient_Voices.htmlProvides students with some "first-person" perspective on the "social" impact of disease and healthcare technology

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6Harrisons OnlineOnline but through university libraryBackground understanding of disease, treatments etc

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7CMDT- current medical diagnosis and technology onlineOnline but through university libraryBackground understanding of disease, treatments etc

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8CDC cdc.govto find statistics about diseases, affected areas, distribution of disease

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9WHOwho.int/medical_devices/accessto find statistics about diseases, affected areas, distribution of disease particularly technologies

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10Freemind, Coggle, Xmind- or other mindmapping toolswww.coggle.itMindmapping software- may even work for groups that cross the distance

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11Patient blogs (case history, clinical requests)Livestrong, Michael J. Fox Foundation, varied links, to find trends in patient populations

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12Boston Medhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiJ9pLWpjuYTV series, but shows some real medical issues, etc

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13UPTODATEhttp://www.uptodate.com/hometo find most recent medical treatments

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14IDEO Toolkithttp://www.ideo.com/work/human-centered-design-toolkit/student team guide; successful teams have used this throughout their project

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15WebMDwebmd.combackground information about diseases and drugs; mostly free

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16Experiments on animalwww.jove.comTo get information on procedures on animals

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17Huddle- open source share pointwww.huddle.comCollaborative workspace

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18Bioventures in global healthhttp://www.bvgh.org/work done to categorize needs in developing countries

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19GATES FOUNDATIONhttp://www.gatesfoundation.org/What-We-Do/Global-Health/Discovery-and-Translational-Scienceswhat are priorities, funded projects, and results

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20Grand Challengeshttp://www.grandchallenges.org/Pages/Default.aspx

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21Patients like mehttp://www.patientslikeme.com/

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22Stanford Biodesign Lecturehttp://biodesign.stanford.edu/bdn/video/20100114_GregLambrecht_bioe374.jspLecture on needs finding

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23Google Newshttps://news.google.com/To show relevance of medical problems/devices/etc

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24Engineering Standards- ASTM, AAMI, ISO enhance undersntading of the product requirements

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25Grand Challenges- Gates, WHO, Saving Lives at Birth, NAE, etc

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26Landscape analyses- documents created to ID particluar topicssome at PATH.org/publications, USAID etc