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Medical education and building an on-line reputation in the world wide web 2.0 [4 Cr3 1530 Mesko]

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  • 1. Medical education and building an online reputation in the world of web 2.0 Bertalan Meskó Medical School and Health Science Center University of Debrecen Hungary Author of Founder of Scienceroll.com Webicina.com
  • 2. Medicine 2.0 and Health 2.0 Education and Online Image?
  • 3. Inspiration? Motivation?
  • 4. Inspiration online?
  • 5. Not virtual, but real inspirators
  • 6. Medical simulations and exercises
  • 7. Imperial College of London
  • 8. Listen to Cardiac Murmurs!
  • 9. New opportunities in education
  • 10. Scifoo Lives On conference series
  • 11. Time and enthusiasm
  • 12. Medical resources I. (Videos, cases, images)
  • 13. Medical resources II. (Slideshows)
  • 14. Reputation!
  • 15. The best example: a web-savvy doctor Jay Parkinson
  • 16. Blog = Perfect channel
  • 17. Community sites = Networking!
  • 18. Microblogging Twitter.com
  • 19. Friendfeed.com
  • 20. Have you ever googled your name?
  • 21. Conclusion Medical students of the 21st century must be open, ready and qualified to meet the expectations of e-patients. They should start building an online reputation in medical school. We need to reform medical education (with web 2.0 tools).
  • 22. Thank you for your attention! If you have questions or suggestions: berci.mesko@gmail.com Scienceroll.com Webicina.com