Medicine 2.0 with the eye of a
  medical student blogger


                          Bertalan Meskó

              Medical...
Once upon a time on
 Wordpress.com...
November 17, 2006




Trackback? Tag? Widget? Pagerank?
Knew some websites
Medical resources I.
Medical resources II.
I thought RSS was only for IT guys
The world is at your fingertips with RSS
Virtual life? Second what?
Imperial
College of
 London
Met physicians at the university
Community sites = Networking!
Thought carnivals are for Brazilians
Blog carnivals

Gene Genie: a blog carnival of human genetics and
personalized medicine

Medicine 2.0: a blog carnival dev...
Only had ideas, but no products
Sciencerollsearch.com
Sciencerollsearch.com
A physician with e-mail is super web-
               savvy.
On-line doctors
 Jay Parkinson
Contacted fellow students by telephone
Microblogging
  Twitter.com
Friendfeed.com
Dangers
HONcode




Healthcare Blogger Code of Ethics




The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA)
Dr. Flea




His advice to new medical bloggers:
Dr. Flea




His advice to new medical bloggers:

  Don't blog anonymously.
Building an online image
Numbers

1,400,000 visitors in two languages
            1500 posts
         5000 comments
          95,000 spams




    ...
Webicina.com
A bridge between physicians and e-patients
Conclusion

Physicians of the 21st century must be ready and
 qualified to meet the expectations of e-patients.


        ...
Thank you for your attention!

If you have questions or suggestions:

                berci.mesko@gmail.com

             ...
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Medical Bloggers Panel [4 Aud 1215 Mesko]

  1. 1. Medicine 2.0 with the eye of a medical student blogger Bertalan Meskó Medical School and Health Science Center University of Debrecen Hungary Author of Founder of Scienceroll.com Webicina.com
  2. 2. Once upon a time on Wordpress.com...
  3. 3. November 17, 2006 Trackback? Tag? Widget? Pagerank?
  4. 4. Knew some websites
  5. 5. Medical resources I.
  6. 6. Medical resources II.
  7. 7. I thought RSS was only for IT guys
  8. 8. The world is at your fingertips with RSS
  9. 9. Virtual life? Second what?
  10. 10. Imperial College of London
  11. 11. Met physicians at the university
  12. 12. Community sites = Networking!
  13. 13. Thought carnivals are for Brazilians
  14. 14. Blog carnivals Gene Genie: a blog carnival of human genetics and personalized medicine Medicine 2.0: a blog carnival devoted to web 2.0 and medicine
  15. 15. Only had ideas, but no products
  16. 16. Sciencerollsearch.com
  17. 17. Sciencerollsearch.com
  18. 18. A physician with e-mail is super web- savvy.
  19. 19. On-line doctors Jay Parkinson
  20. 20. Contacted fellow students by telephone
  21. 21. Microblogging Twitter.com
  22. 22. Friendfeed.com
  23. 23. Dangers HONcode Healthcare Blogger Code of Ethics The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  24. 24. Dr. Flea His advice to new medical bloggers:
  25. 25. Dr. Flea His advice to new medical bloggers: Don't blog anonymously.
  26. 26. Building an online image
  27. 27. Numbers 1,400,000 visitors in two languages 1500 posts 5000 comments 95,000 spams 55,320 incoming links
  28. 28. Webicina.com A bridge between physicians and e-patients
  29. 29. Conclusion Physicians of the 21st century must be ready and qualified to meet the expectations of e-patients. Bloggers are better-informed than non-bloggers. Knowing more is a career advantage. Networking is good for your career. Blogging is a good way to meet people.
  30. 30. Thank you for your attention! If you have questions or suggestions: berci.mesko@gmail.com Scienceroll.com Webicina.com
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