Shiv M. Gaglani, BA; M. Ryan Haynes, PhD
Acknowledgment: The authors thank Johns Hopkins School of Medicine professors Catherine DeAngelis, MD, for her help with editorial review, and Harry Goldberg, PhD, and Patricia Thomas, MD, for their insights into curricular design. These contributors received no compensation for their assistance.
Financial Support: In part by the DreamIt Health Technology Accelerator (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), and the PhD Innovation Initiative Grant from the Johns Hopkins Office of the Provost (Baltimore, Maryland).
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Gaglani SM, Haynes MR. What Can Medical Education Learn From Facebook and Netflix?. Ann Intern Med. 2014;160:640–641. doi: 10.7326/M13-2286
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