Discussions started by Zoe Brooks
As I skimmed posts the past few morning and commented on a few, it occurred to me that all this valuable information is being lost. If you would you like to do something about that, then like this post and I will create the process. I have this naive notion that people can work together for the greater good, if we can create the right environment.
"AWEsome-U" is a full University level learning platform (Moodle) with the ability to create discussion forums, databases of literature and data, groups, projects, courses, etc. (Unfortunately, the operator (myself) is not as qualified, so please be patient.)
1. to validate the ability of Statistical QC / Risk Management software to improve patient lives and minimize healthcare costs.
2. to create a process to educate, implement and competency-certify staff to effectively use software to guide ISO/CLSI best practice for risk management.
3. to enable public transparency of risk and cost.
See the full article here https://www.incitedecisiontech.com/tutorials/Bayes_Male_or_Female_1.nb.html#
This will become very relevant as we get into creating probabilities in mixed populations. Robert also works mainly with non-Gaussian data, as most patient populations are when examined.
For now, we have this information when needed.
Question: What is the best way to access the information we need quickly? We can create a database with keywords and comments, where we break articles down by paragraph. Let's use this as a planning model.