Family Practice Notebook
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Point of Care Resource
FPnotebook’s one goal is to help you and I make the best decision possible for the patient in front of us. Quick answers to tough questions at the point of care. As of January 2015, 6306 interlinked topic pages divided into 718 chapters of 31 specialty books. See the Site Map to visualize the breadth of coverage.
For Medical Providers
If you are a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant or other medical provider then this site is dedicated to you. For each month of the last decade, you have been the majority of the nearly one half million users of fpnotebook that view 1.2 to 1.4 million pages monthly.
The Primary Care core content has been developed since 1994 and has been online since 1997. Site updates are based on twenty or more review articles monthly, as well as conferences and clinical encounters. As of 2012, systematic review includes core Emergency Medicine and Pharmacology resources.
Conferences referenced in 2011 through 2014 include ACLS, ATLS, APLS, Difficult Airway (Walls), Practical Airway (Levitan), Emergency Procedures, Emergency Ultrasound (GCUS) as well as AAFP Board Review and Mayo Practice of Internal Medicine.
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Over the past 15 years I have explored various dynamic technologies to develop clinical resources. Some of these tools are embedded in the actual core content. Examples include medication pricing, embedded medical calculators (soapnote.org), and NIH UMLS codes (links to definitions, billing codes, and language translations).
A second tool type is the stand-alone application for the web. These are adjuncts to the core content.
Documatic is a documentation tool generator for the Epic EMR (beta version released July 2013) . Leverage the fpnotebook content to generate selection lists to use in your Epic Documentation.
Watch for new Clinical Web Apps in 2015.
Epic Tool Generator
Epic Tool Generator
Desktop Calculator Plus
Try the RSI Simulator
Customize a weight loss program
Create a pregnancy calendar
Assemble a paper heart cube
Informed consent video