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Visualizing Study Profiles Using the GMDS Competency Catalog for Medical Informatics Programs.

BACKGROUND: Medical informatics programs cover a variety of topics.

OBJECTIVES: To test the utility of the GMDS medical informatics competency catalog in comparing programs by developing study profiles.

METHODS: Coverage of 234 competencies is recorded and visualized in a spider diagram.

RESULTS: Spider diagrams allow visualizing various study profiles.

CONCLUSION: The GMDS catalog seems useful for comparing medical informatics study programs, e.g., for interested students, employers, or accreditation reviewers.

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