Here is a Webicina image explaining how patients might choose doctors online even nowadays:
After updating the design of the main page of Webicina, new topics were published in PeRSSonalized Medicine covering the most relevant medical peer-reviewed journals, blogs, news sites, Twitter users, Youtube channels and more:
Webicina, the service that curates medical social media channels, has now an exclusive partner in India, MediaMedic Communications:
Webicina – based out of Europe – the world’s first service that provides curated medical social media resources, announced its tie-up with MediaMedic Communications – a healthbrands communications agency in Mumbai that is amongst the first to provide interactive digital solutions & social media services to the pharmaceutical industry. With this collaboration with Webicina, that offers selected medical social media resources in over 80 medical topics in over 17 languages, MediaMedic further strengthens its offering to the industry.
Speaking on this occasion, Dr. Bertalan Mesko, co-founder of Webicina.com said, “As India is a key market for us, we are very much looking forward to developing this collaboration with MediaMedic and extend our services in India by providing social media channels, platforms and digital applications through which pharma companies can reach their target audiences more easily and comfortably; as well as create useful destinations for them online.”
We received a lot of requests from people from around the world to create a curated social media selection dedicated to hospice, end-of-life and palliative care. As these topics are quite broad and the number of channels is huge, it was really hard to come up with the list of the very best of them.
Now here it is, relevant, selected and quality social media resources from blogs and podcasts to community sites and Twitter users focusing on hospice and palliative care.
Webicina.com just announced the launch of the Hebrew version of PeRSSonalized Medicine, the simplest, customizable, multi-lingual medical information aggregator.
It means the platform has now a Hebrew version in which the medical journals, blogs, news sites and Twitter users are curated Hebrew ones!
My keynote about “Crowdsourcing in Medicine” from the recent Doctors 2.0 & You event in Paris was just published. I described how I met traditional medical communication and education as a geek. I hope you will like it.
Webicina’s PeRSSonalized Medicine is the simplest, free, customizable, multi-lingual aggregator of quality medical resources in social media and the newest addition to the list of topics is Coeliac disease, a condition about 1% of the society has to deal with.
Medical journals, news sites, Twitter users, Youtube channels and medical blogs are featured in this new dynamic collection dedicated to Coeliac disease.
Webicina.com just published a new curated selection, this time focusing on internal medicine.
You will find all the great blogs, news sites, communities, mobile apps, search engines, Twitter users, Youtube channels and many more dedicated to internal medicine.