Nature Clinical Practice journals are testing a new feature: podcasts accompanying the articles.
A representative from Nature tells Medgadget:
The aim of the Nature Clinical Practice journals is ‘to translate the latest findings into clinical practice’ by highlighting important original research papers so that busy doctors don’t have to read every journal associated with their specialty. The unabridged audio articles will extend this concept by enabling on-the-go doctors to make the most of their time through learning by listening, for example when commuting, exercising or driving.
We are keen to receive feedback and comments on the audio article demos, and have created an online survey so that users can tell us what they think of the concept and whether they think we should make audio articles a regular Nature Clinical Practice service across all eight journals.
Respondents to the survey will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win £100 of Amazon vouchers.
You can listen to medical podcasts on the player below, and then go to the survey for your chance to win. Good luck!