Tag Archive: Neurochecklists

The 20 most viewed posts on The Neurology Lounge in 2018

With almost 25,000 visitors… and almost 35,000 post views… the highest since this blog launched… It appears The Neurology Lounge has had a busy year.   But compared to the previous whirlwind years…… Continue reading

What do neurology information seekers really want?

A few months ago, Neurochecklists set out to discover how people go about searching for neurology information. We therefore carried out an online survey of neurology information users. We asked 10 critical questions about the who,… Continue reading

What inspiring things are people saying about Neurochecklists?

It is no secret that The Neurology Lounge is affiliated with Neurochecklists. It is difficult to imagine that visitors to this blog would have missed this ‘subtle‘ gif on the front page: It is hard to… Continue reading

What’s evolving at the cutting-edge of autoimmune neurology?

This is a follow up to my previous blog titled What are the dreadful autoimmune disorders that plague neurology. Autoimmune neurology is a rapidly evolving field; blink and you will miss important developments.… Continue reading

So what is the secret of neurochecklists?

If you have been following this blog closely, you couldn’t have missed my series of blog posts introducing neurochecklists. If you haven’t, then check them out here: What is the value of checklists in medical… Continue reading

How will neurology checklists unlock excellent practice?

Launching neurochecklists After 5 years of data gathering and sorting, neurochecklists launches today. This is a web-based application which covers the spectrum of neurological practice. I was prompted by Atul Gawande‘s call to physicians to develop checklist-driven medicine,… Continue reading

What are the obstacles to creating reliable neurology checklists?

This is a follow up to my previous blog post on the value of checklists in medical practice. That post explored how checklists improve clinical practice and promote patient safety. It also cited Atul Gawande‘s call to Medicine… Continue reading

What is the value of checklists in medical practice?

Checklists We all know how important checklists are in our day-to-day lives. We cannot survive the day without a to-do list reminding us of the tasks that make our lives go round. It is clearly… Continue reading

Which are the most useful neurological applications?

It is no exaggeration to say our lives revolve around apps. These handy devices bring knowledge to our fingertips at the tap of the finger, or the click of a mouse . They promise easy… Continue reading