101 Days of Implementation Science is HEREby Future Historian March 1, 2022
After a long and winding road, we are finally launching 101 Days of Science.
We know that many of you have topics that you wish you could stay on top of. There are so many development and new findings coming out that no one person can realistically follow new research. My own article readiness list is now 90 papers long, and not getting any shorter.
101 Days of Science solves that problem.
Every three-ish months (you know, the 101 Days), we’ll be providing you with a synthesis of all the published research on specific topics. We create these by using state-of-the-art natural language processing methods. By leveraging one of the most sophisticated language models out there, GPT-3, we’re able to help you understand the findings in simple, easy-to-understand terms.
We’re launching, natch, with Implementation science. Seemed appropriate given the mission of PubTrawlr, and my own background in this field. And hey, we published our article about some of these methods last year in Implementation Science itself last year.
Health equity and community psychology will be coming online in the very near future, with literally 100s of topics rolling up over the next year.
If there’s something that you want us to prioritize, reach out to us! We are happy to co-design with you to help make the most useful tools possible to help you all move ahead!
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