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Social Media in Clinical Practice: Chapter 16, Social Bookmarking

When I realized Springer made the individual chapters of my book, Social Media in Clinical Practice, available, I thought it would be useful for future readers to get some insights about each chapter one by one.

Here is the short summary of what you can read about and an excerpt of the sixteenth chapter, Social Bookmarking:

Communication with patients and colleagues and being up-to-date in a field of interest can be time consuming and solutions saving time and effort are very much needed in the medical profession. It is also a common case that medical professionals have to work on different computers, laptops or mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets and synchronizing information is challenging.

  • The main features of social bookmarking websites and services
  • Examples of social bookmarking sites

978-1-4471-4305-5

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