Resident Database for Clinical Pathology Resident Education
Resident Database for Clinical Pathology Resident Education is a software tool that creates a knowledgebase of calls clinical pathology residents take while on-call. The knowledgebase can be used to document and evaluate resident competency and simplifies consultations with fellow clinicians, improving patient care and laboratory service and contributes to educating proficient physicians.
The UW system runs on a Windows 2000 Server with Microsoft Access database queried via the Open Database Connectivity protocol. Active server pages are used to generate HTML tagged pages for remote clients and HTML forms are used to enter data. Residents have accessed the system from common Internet browsers on both Windows and Macintosh platforms.
More information can be found in a paper the development team published in the journal Clinical Chemistry.
Hoofnagle AN, Chou D, Astion ML. (2006). Online Database for Documenting Clinical Pathology Resident Education. Clinical Chemistry, 52: in press.
Resident Database for Clinical Pathology Resident Education is one of the many software programs and tools created at the University of Washington available through our Express Licensing Program. These agreements have standard terms and conditions that allow for rapid licensing by companies, organizations, or individuals
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This software is royalty-free to end-users based on a UW Free Fork license.
The conditions and financial terms of this license apply only to those who download the license, sign it and return it "as is" to the UW Center for Commercialization. Some Express Licenses may be modified for an additional cost. Other licensing arrangements may be available.
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