TOOL Health Education Resources

By Charlotte Huff

Sep. 1, 2005

Looking for some other resources to add to your company’s intranet? Here’s a sampling that experts suggest: The British Medical Journal provides an easy-to-navigate explanation of how to evaluate medical risk. A National Institutes of Health site that allows users to search for research trials. Allows users to research the number of heart bypasses and other surgical procedures their local hospitals perform. The Medical Library Association suggests how to best evaluate medical information. There are also links to disease-specific Web sites. The National Committee for Quality Assurance allows users to research health plans. Often cited as an alternative to general search engines, this site is operated by the National Library of Medicine.

Note: Workforce Management does not endorse these sites and is not responsible for their content.

Charlotte Huff is a writer based in Fort Worth, Texas.

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