Medicin 2.0

Skønt at se forskere der arbejder aktivt med sociale medier og deres potentiale for forskere og forskningen.

Medicinsk Museion løber foran i analysen af hvordan sociale medier kan bruges aktivt i forskningen og forskningsformidlingen. Herunder er de tweets de selv har udvalgt og link fra dagen.

Jeg glæder mig til at se hvor en de sociale mediers grundpræmis: deling, kan være med til at forandre og forbedre forskningen og den måde vi formidler den på. Og så glæder jeg mig til at diskussion bevæger sig fra metaplanet: “hvad er sociale medier og hvad kan det bruges til”, til noget mere substansielt som kan vi ændre folks livsstil via Facebook? Kan sharing and caring på fx Facebook, gøre det lettere for overvægtige at tabe sig?

 

Medicin 2.0

Social media have conquered society. They are now also making their way into medical research and practice. What can doctors and researchers gain from using social media? How will these media change medical science and practice?Read more http://bit.ly/UqEPa4

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Medical Museion | Medicine 2.0: Social media in medical research and practiceOn Monday 29 October we’re hosting a meeting in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences main building on social media in medical research and practice. Social media have conquered society. They are now also making their way into medical research and practice. What can doctors and researchers gain from using social media?
Ugeskrift for Læger – Forside – Ugeskrift for LægerMen det er en skam, for sociale medier kan revolutionere lægens vidensniveau, lyder det fra læger, der har set ind i fremtiden. Og i den, altså fremtiden – og den er nu – behøver du ikke kun vende faglige spørgsmål med din ene kollega på afdelingen, de få med din specialisering i dit videnskabelige selskab eller vente til den store konference i USA.
Richard Smith: Meet and learn from Dr Twitter30 Oct, 12 | by BMJ Group At a meeting in Copenhagen earlier this week Bertalan Mesko was introduced as "the world leader in social media and medicine." After listening to him and looking at some of his websites I decided that this was not an exaggeration.
"Digital literacy should be included in any doctor’s CV" says @Berci #medsmMette Tandrup Hansen
#medsm @Richard56: use social media under the assumption that everyone can read it – but try not to be inhibited! http://lockerz.com/s/257197262Daniel Noesgaard
.@Berci: social media are only tools, not the solution. You need to build and nurture communities #medsmDaniel Noesgaard
#medsm @Richard56: be prepared to revise your list of ppl/orgs followedDaniel Noesgaard
.@museionist: "we tend to think of social media for fun only – think again! "#medsmDaniel Noesgaard
Founder of #webicina remembers his first day online in 1996.. none of his medical students today can: generational shifts at #medsm @BerciLouise Whiteley
What does it mean to be cautious yet uninhibited on social media? IMO this apparent paradox is a shifting quicksand of the ‘personal’ #medsmLouise Whiteley
Defining a good tweet is as hard as defining a good poem… @Richard56 says pithy, witty, and something new… tweet as limerick? #medsmLouise Whiteley
#medsm "Social media is just a form of communication." Mind the ‘dark social’ matter of the internet. @Berci http://pic.twitter.com/nPShvkcXAdrian Bertoli
#medsm How do you use Twitter? Entertainment? Professional purposes? To change the world? Stay tuned to find out! http://pic.twitter.com/VIMHPpVTAdrian Bertoli
#medsm "It’s not information overload, but filter failure" that is the problem with internet & social media. Prezi by @BerciAdrian Bertoli
Up first, @Richard56. Can he ‘stir’ up some trouble and convince us social media can change the world? Only 1/2 of audience is on Twitter.Adrian Bertoli
ScienceRollPosted by Dr. Bertalan Meskó in Health 2.0, Medicine, Medicine 2.0, PeRSSonalized Medicine, Video, Web 2.0, Webicina. Some days ago, I talked with Peter Murray, director of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), and we agreed that there should be a Webicina.com section dedicated to health informatics. So it is a great pleasure to announce that Webicina.com, in collaboration with IMIA, published a selection focusing on relevant health informatics blogs, news, Twitter users,…
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