We’ve all been there. You’ve read the sentence 10 times, it’s in English (you think?) but you just don’t know what this researcher is telling you. It turns out that you aren’t beyond dumb, it’s a communication breakdown.

Dr. Paula Leslie and Dr. Marty Brodsky are back to discuss what we can do to bridge the researcher-clinician divide. For starters, let’s not dig it deeper. Blogs, social media, and podcasts are here to speak your language and point you lovingly in the right direction, just like Wikipedia. Yes, you need to be savvy about what sources and information you trust, but in the end we all want to help our patients, and it’s much easier when you don’t need a decoder ring.

 
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