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Bones of Contention
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This week in Plain Brown Wrapper, Saskatoon urologist Kishore Visvanathan slags the Globe and Mail , trash-talks Dr. Jay Parkinson and puts a national EHR on his Christmas list. Visit his other blog, Adventures in Advanced Access, and cheer on the urology department as it tackles its wait lists.
Another physicians blogging about the phenomena of online doctors is Dr. Wes in Online with Your Doctor.
Other physicians blogging about Electronic Health Record are Constructive Medicine, ictconsequences. and Health 2.0 writes about Creating a Universal Individual Healthcare Identification System
Sermo, the social network for physicians is stirring up some discission. MedGadget claims they need to do more about ensuring the privacy of their members while Tech Medicine provides us with notes from a dinner with Sermo’s CEO.
Dr. Jay Parkinson claims (Internet) Information is Stupid. I Think. while Health Beat claims Healthcare IT Is Not a Done Deal—Even in Theory.
The More We Get Together
Highlight Health examines Social Networks and Health.
Doctor Anonymous shares why he has changed his mind about Social Networking in Facebook: Docteur Incognito , Ehealth debates LinkedIn vs Facebook and Addicted to Medblogs shares a funny video about being So Much Cooler Online.
MedGadget writes about iMedicor Portal for Medical Professionals.
Monash Medical Student writes about his Blogging Duties.
BBGM examines why Science Continues to Get More Social.
The Connected Physician
Random Rants from University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands informs us that the Journal of Medical Internet Research issues a call for papers and announces Medicine 2.0 conference.
Frankly Speaking Frankly answers What is Health 2.0 / Medicine 2.0?
Surgery Grand Rounds and General HealthCare Grand Rounds demonstrate how blog aggregators are used elsewhere in medicine.
Kidney Notes writes about Health Loves a Second Life.
FMU Faculty Development Blog talks about an online site that helps you post PowerPoint slides - Slideshare. Here is an example about the Future of Medical Education.
The Medical Education Blog begins a series on Simulations in Medical Education.
Health Blog writes about Reaching for the Stars: Mobile Devices and Solutions for Healthcare.
Efficient MD reviews Sandy, a New Online Personal Assistant for Physicians.
Medgadget looks at how CureHunter.com Aims to Distill Evidence Based Medicine into 1 Mouse Click.
David Rothman, the medical librarian tells physicians How to: Get Exactly What You Want From YouTube via RSS.
In Clinical Cases and Images A Doctor Asks Which Portable Computer/PDA/smartphone to Choose.
Dr. Karina Descartin suggests E-books and the Young Doctor on the Go.
A recent article in Post Graduate Medical Journal (PMJ) surveys Web 2.0 Technologies for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education.
Health Wisdom wants you to know OrganizedWisdom Wants You! We're Growing, Hiring and Having Fun Helping People.
EHealth wants Spanish speakers to be aware of Continuing Medical Education Through Video.
Science Roll discovered A Google-Powered Gene Sequence Web Search Engine.
Future Making Serious Games has a series of articles on medical games and simulations.
Referring Patients to Web 2.0
Diabetes Mine lists a variety of Health 2.0 Sites for Patients.
Read/Write Web provides A Health 2.0 Overview, Through the Eyes of a New Diabetic.
The next Medicine 2.0 Carnival will be December 16th at Medblog.nl. To submit articles, go to http://medicine20.wordpress.com/