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November 30, 2008
I just finished the second international webinar organized by Webicina, so I thought I should feature a few sites and blogs that covered our efforts.
Webicina: Help for Doctors Entering 21st Century (Medgadget)
Web-Savvy Doctors - Webicina Brings Clinicians Into Present (TrendHunter)
Health 2.0 in action (Becoming Outcome Informed)
Introducing Webicina - "Practicing medicine in the web 2.0 era" (UBC Academic Search - Google Scholar Blog)
Introducing Webicina - "Practicing medicine in the web 2.0 era" (Trusted.MD)
Webicina: La medicina del futuro (Planeta Educativo)
From a Medical Blog to an Online Service: A bridge between physicians and e-patients (ICMCC)
Bertalan Meskó start web2.0-dienst (martijnhulst.nl)
Everything that's great comes from blogging! (Gene Sherpas: Personalized Medicine and You)
Webicina: Web 2.0 in Medicine (John Sharp - eHealth)
February 29, 2012
Can I just say what a reeilf to find someone who actually knows what theyre talking about on the internet. You definitely know how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people need to read this and understand this side of the story. I cant believe youre not more popular because you definitely have the gift.
Dr. Bertalan Mesko
February 29, 2012
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