Healthcare social media #HCSM - top articles

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles related to healthcare social media (#HCSM) in the past 2 weeks:

The articles were selected from my Twitter and RSS streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to clinicalcases at gmail.com and you will receive an acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

How to use social media to supplement a novel curriculum in medical education. Twitter and Facebook are excellent applications of "push technology" as a means to deliver educational conten http://buff.ly/131Q8tW

Wiki as a Participatory Tool for Patients in Clinical Guideline Development http://buff.ly/SSA2cV

There are no definitive numbers on how many doctors prescribe apps but 10% of users have health apps on their phones http://buff.ly/QhKy0h

9% of medical school and residency program directors/coordinators search Facebook and Twitter to evaluate candidates http://buff.ly/UABZK4

Banned on Wall St.: Facebook, Twitter and Gmail. The number of global organizations blocking social media is declining 10 percent annually. By 2014, fewer than 30 percent of all large organizations are expected to be blocking employee access to social media. http://buff.ly/Ybn1Ay

59 Top Physician Blogs Worth Reading http://buff.ly/V37c91

Sign of the times: WSJ discontinues its health Blog http://buff.ly/YlouV8

How college students find and use information [Infographic] http://buff.ly/V2bXzx

Medical school applicants might want to rethink that last tweet http://buff.ly/YoTjZ5

“Human-powered discovery engine for interestingness” is what the NYTimes calls Maria Popova. The Web has a presentism bias, with Facebook updates, tweets and blog entries always appearing with the latest first http://buff.ly/VcDQFb

Productivity tips: TalkTyper and more http://buff.ly/VjmdUc

Social Media May Help Fight Childhood Obesity http://buff.ly/VjcIEx

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