I wanted to show you the most important steps in the curation process of Webicina.com through which the curated medical social media collections are designed and created. Just let me know if you have any questions.
This is how we make sure only the very best social media channels got featured.
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Polycystic Kidney Disease is an important genetic condition in which there are only a few quality social media channels but Webicina published the newest curated collection focusing on this issue. 100 manually selected social media resources!
Relevant, selected and quality social media resources from blogs and podcasts to community sites and Twitter users focusing on Polycystic Kidney Disease.
Here are all the relevant, quality social media resources dedicated to coeliac disease on Webicina.com.
Relevant, selected and quality social media resources from blogs and podcasts to community sites and Twitter users focusing on Coeliac Disease.
Richard Macmanus at ReadWriteWeb wrote an analysis about Webicina.com and the curation of medical social media resources. He was very positive about Webicina and said Scienceroll is one of his favorite blogs. He also had some suggestions regarding improving the site which we started to work on immediately.
Webicina was founded in 2008 by Bertalan Meskó, a doctor from Budapest, Hungary. He also runs the well regarded medical blog, ScienceRoll (one of my personal favorite blogs). Webicina is aimed at both medical professionals and “e-patients” (the “e” in this case stands for “empowered”). Included in Webicina is an RSS tool called PeRSSonalized Medicine, which creates personalized feeds of your favorite media sources.
Webicina published its newest curated collection, this time focusing on Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the 4th leading cause of death and an important medical issue worldwide. Only selected blogs, Facebook groups, community sites, Twitter users and many more social media channels dedicated to COPD.