By assigning a specific drug rating, it forces a reflection of performance broadly across a number of elements. It is a valued tool to compare personal assessment with peer summative assessment. With regard to impact on treatment decision making, it does provide influence when personal experience is limited.
Sermo has really allowed me to stay up to date with some of the most recent guidelines regarding a whole variety of different pathologies that I deal with as both a pediatric pulmonologist and pediatrician.
I deposit my earnings into a separate investment account. It’s only a little each time but with repetition and returns it’s turning out nicely.
Helps one to think in an intellectual way about solving complex patient cases.
Sermo is an excellent tool for connecting colleagues and often helps us share our experiences and clarify diagnostic and therapeutic doubts.
Going onto Sermo is one of the “highlights” of the day for me.
It helps a lot to solve clinical cases. I love participating in the comments as well as in the promotions. Of course I always recommend Sermo to my colleagues. Excellent platform.
Sermo became my ‘2nd Medical Home’! Thanks for being always here when I get up in the mornings – and obviously, thank you to the colleagues on Sermo.
I spend Sermo money on buying toys for my pediatric patients.
I got a lot of help from colleagues from all around the world, it was very amazing.
I registered 2 months ago and I find this platform very useful.
I value the diversity of opinions on population and public health issues from a local practice perspective.
I met a lot of new physicians around the world and learned about their experience and applied to my daily practice with my patients.
I recommend Sermo to one and all for earning. Best platform… Keep it Up!
I have been a member of Sermo for a few long years – during this time, I made more friends, I learned a lot from clinical cases, I got up to date with new medical information, and of course, I made money doing surveys …a lot.
I posted a case of an unknown oral lesion for a dentist friend who could not get the answer from his own reviews. Almost immediately a Sermo member provided the diagnosis. Tapping into the communal smarts was pretty impressive.
The Sermo network provides the opportunity for clinicians around the world to meet and share ideas relating to medicine. Ask about an interesting case, debate current practice and discuss treatment strategies. Create a profile and log on to interact with other health professionals from around the globe.
I have received several good ideas on how to proceed with cases/problems.
Sermo has helped me learn a lot of great stuff about new drugs and new things that are in development and just knowing that there’s a lot of new things out there.
I have purchased books and equipment for my medical practice.
I will use my earnings on the next trip!
I appreciate how I can get a great overview and consensus from other healthcare professionals of different drugs.
It has enlightened me about my practice decisions, and supported me to get quick reliable help in solving mystery cases.
Important to know side effects that are not common for drugs that I do not normally prescribe. Nice to know other people’s perceptions of interactions.
An excellent tool that allows us to connect with colleagues around the world
Sermo is a great place to read new cases and bring updated medical news and trends. It’s a great place to interact and a great place to participate in surveys and earn money.
…the money I earned, I used it for buying books, because I am a nerd.
Feeling connected at a time of isolation from my colleagues, thank you.
I am very thankful for the amazing community of medical professionals that Sermo has networked and created.
It is a very useful opportunity to get in touch with colleagues from all the world.
Drug Ratings program has been very resourceful to me to get a clue on medicines which I have little experience with but may like to use in the management of my clients. Thank you, Sermo!
It’s a nice collegial environment with mostly sincere physicians from around the world.