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What’s on the web? (1 October 2007)

In ranking the top nurse blogs, our goal was to show — using objective data from reliable third-parties — which blogs are the most popular, according to visitor traffic and site backlinks. To this end, we used data for these four metrics to calculate the rankings.

  • A LinkedIn question: What functionalities should a health-specific Web2.0 (social networking) application developed specifically for patients/consumers/health professionals have? Where do you see Health 2.0 going?

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Breast Cancer Virtual Anatomy
Credit: CCG Metamedia, Steve Rothman, Cathryn Tune, Nicola Landucci, Joseph Speiser, Samantha Belmont

  • Web 2.0 in Healthcare (healthinformaticsblog.com): A great aggregation of the web 2.0/health 2.0 movement.
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  1. Hi Bertalan,

    Nice to see these responses you’ve just received via LinkedIn Answers. I’m the community evangelist at LinkedIn, so feel free to let me know if you’ve any questions on LinkedIn.

    October 4, 2007
  2. Thank you, Mario! How could I find similar questions or people/groups related to health 2.0?

    October 4, 2007

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