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PeRSSonalized Medicine vs Clinical Reader

A few months ago, we created PeRSSonalized Medicine on Webicina.com, a free service, to help medical professionals keep up with the huge amount of new medical information. Without having a clue what RSS is, you can follow your favourite resources, medical news sites and Pubmed updates in one place with just one click. You can also personalize it according to your needs.

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Now here is Clinical Reader that seems to be useful for those professionals who spend some more time on the web. It looks great though you can’t personalize it now and for me it takes many clicks to get to my favourite resources.

Welcome to Clinical Reader, a truly quality collection of accessible clinical, scientific and health literature aiming to ease information delivery to the medical community. Focus your time, discover new links, fine-tune your online experience in a bid to effectively manage online clinical browsing.

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Let me know your suggestions and if you want to add a new resource to PeRSSonalized Medicine, just leave a comment.

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  1. Pain management #

    Hopefully that will improve health for all on this, the government must give force to the health sector, as there are many people who suffer from chronic illnesses and who need help to cover expenses stronger as fibromyalgia, cancer, producing a series very heavy cost to those who suffer as they must take powerful drugs such as oxycodone, Vicodin, Lortab, drugs that are highly controlled and that findrxonline indicate that opioids are very strong and anxiolytics do not know if that can be given life-threatening that consumes, that is why many times the costs are too high to be able to obtain and soothe the intense pain.

    July 2, 2009
  2. Hi Berci,

    Thanks for the mention, we’ve been working on Clinical Reader for a while now and were surprised initially how so few clinicians use RSS – which is an excellent tool. We’re first building our site as a resource and will consider releasing the ability to create personal pages (open or closed) in due course. It will all depend on user feedback. We would like to think that our sites complement each other and maybe we could work together in the future.

    Best wishes

    Rashada Henry, Associate Editor, ClinicalReader.com

    July 2, 2009

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