- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 2013 ed.
- Springer London Ltd
- 31 schwarz-weiße Tabellen 74 farbige Abbildungen
- 31 Tables, black and white; IX, 155 p.
- 202 x 130 x 10 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 192 g
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From the reviews: "This book examines the changes that the Internet and the various social media have brought to medical practice. ... The book will be easy to understand by all those in medical practice who have a modicum of knowledge about using electronic media. ... This book nicely summarizes the current state of Internet and social media use in medicine ... ." (Vincent F. Carr, Doody's Book Reviews, January, 2014)
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Bertalan Mesko, MD, PhD is a medical futurist who graduated from the University of Debrecen with Weszpremy Award as a medical doctor in 2009 and finished PhD in the field of clinical genomics with summa cum laude. He is the managing director of Webicina.com, the first service that curates the medical and health-related social media resources for patients and medical professionals. He has given over 300 presentations from the Yale, Stanford and Harvard University to the centre of the World Health Organization and the Futuremed course organized by the Singularity University at NASA. He is the author of the multiple award-winning medical blog, Scienceroll.com; and the lecturer of the Social Media in Medicine online and offline university course.
Social media is transforming medicine and healthcare.- Using medical search engines with a special focus on Google.- Being up-to-date in medicine.- Community sites Facebook, Google+ and medical social networks.- The World of E-Patients.- Establishing a medical blog.- The role of Twitter and microblogging in medicine.- Collaboration online.- Wikipedia and Medical Wikis.- Organizing medical events in virtual environments.- Medical smartphone and tablet applications.- Use of social media by hospitals and medical practices.- Medical video and podcasting.- Creating presentations and slideshows.- E-mails and privacy concerns.- Social Bookmarking.- Conclusions.