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Online medical content curation and personal time management with Web 2.0

I had a chance to publish my article in the Cellular Therapy and Transplantation journal in which I wrote about how I try to save time by using social media tools, how I do crowdsourcing in medicine and how I develop Webicina.com.

The recent increase in the number of online medical resources has raised important questions about content curation on the World Wide Web and the importance of time management tools and applications used in medicine and healthcare. Content curation is crucial at a time when patients and their doctors are searching more online but the majority of health resources are considered medically unreliable. The value of crowdsourcing and time management tools that can save time and effort for professionals is demonstrated.

Check it out and let me know what you think.

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