Many med students reach for digital resources before asking a prof

09/9/2013 | Medical Marketing & Media

Twenty-one percent of medical school students surveyed by Athenahealth seek clinical information first from a professor or colleague, while 66% said they first use a digital source. But only 35% of the latter group are likely to make that first digital search with a mobile device, the survey found.

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