I’m a real fan of Twitter, a microblogging platform where users can post messages containing only 140 characters. Discussions become fast and accurate while sharing information is easier than ever. That’s why we implemented a microblogging platform-like box into the main page so now I can share announcements and news about Webicina even more efficiently.
Everytime you click on the main page, a new message will show up automatically.
Soon, we are going to come up with a free tool for physicians and we also have a big surprise for patients. Stay tuned! In 2009, we must get to people and help them understand why they need guidance in the medical field of web 2.0.
Webicina.com is my service that aims to help medical professionals and patients enter the web 2.0 era by providing e-courses, consulting and personalized packages.
I also made the list of available e-courses public:
Medicine in Second Life: Patient support sites, meetings and medical simulations in the virtual world:
- What is Second Life? (FREE preview)
- Step 1: How to enter the virtual world?
- Step 2: How to move, search and create landmarks?
- Step 3: Medicine and health in the virtual world
- Step 4: How to organize a meeting or presentation in Second Life?
- Step 5: How can patients use Second Life?
- Step 6: Which health groups to join?
Medical Blogs, channels for building an online image:
- Inside the medical blogosphere (FREE preview)
- Step 1: How to start a new blog?
- Step 2: How to write a post and how to tag it?
- Step 3: Design, widgets, pictures and more
- Step 4: How to launch a blog carnival?
- Step 5: How to provide quality content?
- Step 6: The future of blogging?
How to follow journals and sites: RSS feed and trend trackers
- How to keep yourself up-to-date? (FREE preview)
- Step 1: How to keep yourself up-to-date??
- Step 2: What is RSS about?
- Step 3: Aggregators I.
- Step 4: Aggregators II.
- Step 5: Aggregators III.
- Step 6: How to follow a medical journal?
- Step 7: What to do when a site does not have RSS?