Hello to all,
Welcome to September 16th Edition of Blog Carnival on Medicine 2.0.
Constructive Medicine is hosting September 16th Edition of Medicine 2.0 blog carnival for the first time,so apologies in advance if I have missed any submission. We had received many excellent blog articles,but we could only accommodate submissions related to medicine 2.0 topics.
Thanks to Bertalan for the initiative of Medicine 2.0 Blog carnival.
Here are some of the submissions:
Evolution of Medicine 2.0
Is it just another term or hype?
Medicine is an ever changing field. In next generation of medicine management, diagnosis and treatment of diseases could be based on the spirit of collaboration and sharing of patient related knowledge.
Blogs,wikis and forum could serve as a platform in which collaboration,sharing of knowledge and also discussion among physicians and other health care professionals could play a major role in better patient management.
Health 2.0 has already entered into mainstream media with the article about health 2.0 in The Economist in September 6th 2007 issue.
John Sharp on ehealth writes about health 2.0 and also Health Care Law blog on article in economist about how Technology and society: Is the outbreak of cancer videos, bulimia blogs and other forms of “user generated” medical information a healthy trend?
Dr Uri in medicine 2.0 blog writes about Difussion of the ” medicine 2.0 concept”.
Impact of Medicine 2.0.
Health Information Management:
Bertalan Meskó presents Some tips on how to track the information you need, how to be up-to-date in your field,posted at Science Roll.
Bioinformatics Zen writes about open science notebook movement at My open science note book
Bbgm has an interesting write up about Second Life as a viable medium for virtual poster sessions and conferences at Second Life and science – Things are getting rather interesting
Clinical Cases and Images writes about how to Build An Online Version of Your Library and Share It Via Google Books.
David Rothman has an interesting link to the future of Medical Ads and free journal access at davidrothman.net
Grrlscientist writes about Chocolate Addiction posted at Living the Scientific Life.
With the growth of Ipod and other MP3 players there are conflicting reports about their impact on health mainly on implanted devices.Medgadget writes about iPods vs Pacemakers and the Art of Medical Scaremongering
Neurophilosophy has an link to Neurosurgery webcast which shows how surgeons from the Neuroscience Institute at Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center perform a hemispherectomy on a 6-year-old girl with epilepsy.
My Biotech Life has an interesting collection of DNA Network List.
Nascent:Nature’s blog on Web technology and science writes about PRISM: Publishers’ and Researchers’ Intensifying Sense of Mistrust
New Glossary :
Sharp Brains writes about neuroplasticity and other Brain Health Glossary posted at Neuroplasticity 101 and Brain Health Glossary
Other interesting articles:
Sandwalk writes about Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research Reporting.
Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research Reporting is a fledgling organization that’s going to try and impose some standards on the reporting of peer-reviewed papers by bloggers.
Scott Shreeve MD writes an open letter to Marissa Mayer about Google Health Initiatives and its impact on Health Care industry.
The HealthWisdom blogs about Facebook and Health 2.0
The Next edition of Medicine 2.0 Carnival will be hosted at the Clinical Cases and Images Blog.