If you’re keen to experiment with social media, Twitter is a great place to start. The real value of many medicine-related tweets is the links to web pages - Medical Journal of Australia http://goo.gl/yVWhA
Doctor: Yammer had a positive effect on the work atmosphere and made the practice feel smaller http://goo.gl/yVWhA
Social media continues to excel at reaching patients and medical peers http://goo.gl/odKGo
Pharma Marketing and Social Media http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1004986 - SoMe landscape changes quickly, NEJM was concerned about Google SideWiki in 2010 - it was discontinued about a year later.
9 Smartphone Apps to Improve Your Medical Practice http://goo.gl/nUjNP -- 15 Smartphone Apps to Improve Your Practice http://goo.gl/s3dnR
Harvard Medical School will teach doctors all about "Creating the Brand Called Dr. You: Media Training Boot Camp" http://buff.ly/OUBY1O
How medical doctors and students should use social media: a review of guidelines for proposing recommendations http://goo.gl/9LvkZ
Facebook friends with your doctor: good medicine or ethically 'icky'? The Seattle Times http://goo.gl/p8pCw
Patient.co.uk app allows you to to replace educational pamphlets for patients with an app http://goo.gl/KQcJH
Social-media tools can boost productivity - Dr. Luks uses Doximity for referrals and digital fax - USA Today http://goo.gl/hbFPZ
ASCO 2011 Twitter Analysis of Top Links Shared and Comments http://goo.gl/h8Dza
PharmARC - ASCO 2011 Twitter Analysis of Top Links Shared and Comments on Molecules (3rd through 7th june)
The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive an acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.