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Horizon scanning systems need to handle a wide range of sources to identify new or emerging health technologies. The objective of this study is to develop a validated Medline bibliographic search strategy (PubMed search engine) to systematically identify new or emerging health technologies. The proposed Medline search strategy combines free text terms commonly used in article titles to denote innovation within index terms that make reference to the specific fields of interest. Efficacy was assessed by running the search over a period of 1 year (2009) and analyzing its retrieval performance (number and characteristics). For comparison purposes, all article abstracts published during 2009 in six preselected key research journals and eight high impact surgery journals were scanned. Sensitivity was defined as the proportion of relevant new or emerging technologies published in key journals that would be identified in the search strategy within the first 2 years of publication. The search yielded 6,228 abstracts of potentially new or emerging technologies. Of these, 459 were classified as new or emerging (383 truly new or emerging and 76 new indications). The scanning of 12,061 journal abstracts identified 35 relevant new or emerging technologies. Of these, twenty-nine were located within the Medline search strategy during the first 2 years of publication (sensitivity = 83 percent). The current search strategy, validated against key journals, has demonstrated to be effective for horizon scanning. Even though it can require adaptations depending on the scope of the horizon scanning system, it could serve to simplify and standardize scanning processes.




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From Andy MilioPosted January 18, 2011 at 10:02 AMWell, we have finished Challenge 1 with some great ideas. Now it's time for Challenge 2: designing a shop for any of the Walt Disney parks or either of the Disneyland parks. You need to give descriptions of the shop (what it looks like, etc.), which park it is in, a few things it sells there, if it goes along with a ride (put which ride if so), and if it replaces another shop. I can't wait to see what great ideas we'll see this week. Remember, this challenge ends on January 28 and we ARE having elimination this time. For all you curious folk, here's our remaining schedule:3. Parade4. 3D/4D Show5. Themed Roller Coaster6. Hotel7. Themed Land8. Theme Park (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();From Tim WPosted January 18, 2011 at 3:37 PMI'll be doing an Alice in Wonderland shop located near the Mad Tea PartyFrom Tim WPosted January 18, 2011 at 3:37 PMI'll be doing an Alice in Wonderland shop located near the Mad Tea PartyFrom Andy MilioPosted January 18, 2011 at 3:54 PM^Double post :D. Also, I claim a Toy Story Mania shop for Disney Hollywood StudiosFrom Tom RiggPosted January 18, 2011 at 4:24 PMI will be doing a shop that focuses on the Disney view of tomorrow throughout the parks history. It will exist in two locations, but under the same name, similar to the way The Art of Disney exists in multiple places on property. One will be located in the current location of the gift shop you currently exit through from space mountain and the other will take the space on the second floor of the Imagination Pavilion that housed the original Image WorksFrom Joseph CatlettPosted January 18, 2011 at 4:45 PMComing soon....THE STUDIO ARCHIVES. Locations: The Disney Studios at Walt Disney World Resort and Hollywood Pictures Backlot at Disney California Adventure. Details forthcoming....enjoy a piece of fruit while you wait.From Anthony MurphyPosted January 18, 2011 at 6:01 PMI will be doing a Haunted Mansion Shop for WDW!From Tim WPosted January 18, 2011 at 8:14 PM^Lol, I thought of the Haunted Mansion shop too. From damond harrisPosted January 18, 2011 at 9:27 PMNAME:unknown for now....LOCATION: new area (if i make it to the final stage, you all will know more about this new area)THEME: diffrent themes threw out the store (mainly heros from classic disney movies.)WHATS IN IT: coming soonhaha this isnt my final product, just a little sneak peak. this will deffinetly be my hardest thing to come up with ^_^From Randall PeekPosted January 19, 2011 at 1:47 AMI submit for your approval,Kitty Hawk's Flight Deck.(located at the exit of Soarin', in its several incarnations at various Disney parks) The building is built, apparently, from the disused terminal of a small airport. The proprietress is a new Disney character, a sassy redheaded aviatrix with a bomber jacket and an old-fashioned leather flight helmet with goggles. She is equal parts Jessica Rabbit and Gadget Hackwrench, physically appealing while still maintaining an aura of wholesomeness, mostly due to her single-minded love of flight. The counters that were originally used for checking in passengers are now used as the check-out counters, with ornate old cash registers (fitted, of course, with modern technology like barcode scanners). The rotating luggage carousels are now piled high with merchandise, and rotate slowly to display the various wares. Old travel posters of former destinations still line the walls, with such whimsically exotic locales as Pico de Gallo, and Blanche-Niege (Snow White). Suspended overhead is a slightly stylized version of the Wright Brother's original plane, propellers still spinning slowly. The store's merchandise reflects Ms. Hawk's fascination with flight, consisting of model airplanes, kites, and balloons of every type imaginable. There are books on the history of aviation, as well as books and supplies for making paper airplanes. There is even a section devoted to model rocketry and the evolution of space flight. Over in one corner, looking a little bit different than the rest of the store, with old dark wood bookshelves (one of which is labeled inconspicuously as being Area 51 ) is a section devoted to aliens and UFO's. Music played over the PA system is primarily swing music from the 1940's, the time when this building was abandoned