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Just learned from James Westwood, organizer of the annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) conference about ScienceRoll out of Hungary. Excellent site! Does anyone know of others?

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Bertalan Mesko Permalink Reply by Bertalan Mesko on August 16, 2008 at 6:38am
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Thank you for the kind words!

You should also check Clinical Cases and Images out.

And here is the eDrug top 100 list.

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Clymer.."CC"..Conrad Clyburn Permalink Reply by Clymer.."CC"..Conrad Clyburn on August 16, 2008 at 9:09am
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Berci,

Thank you.

Of course, in my opinion, ScienceRoll is among the most innovative I have seen.

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Troy A. Turner Permalink Reply by Troy A. Turner on September 12, 2008 at 1:29pm
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Hi CC,

One blog you might want to take a look at it pulseandsignal.com, produced by Andre Blackman (mindofandre on twitter.com). He also has links to other health/medical related blogs. Here's more info on Andre's blog:

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About Pulse & Signal

Welcome to Pulse & Signal!

How did I come up with this name? Well…

Pulse = Life, Health, “what keeps you going”

Signal= Technology (e.g. 37Signals), standing out, a prompt to action

This little corner of the web will feature commentary on the impact and potential usefulness, of technology (e.g. social media, consumer/emerging web tech) on health communication and social marketing. I have a passion for making sure that as many people as possible are informed about the choices they have regarding their health. In this new era of user-generated content and Web 2.0 tools, we’re at a great place where we can help change lives for the better on both small and large scales; and health is one of those areas ripe for change.

We are living in times where we can no longer rely on the government or other handouts to better our health - it’s up to us to make that change for a better tomorrow. I want to make sure that health communications embrace these new dynamics and use them in every way possible to impact our lives.

Want to know more about me? Check out one of my first posts for an introduction!

Enjoy,

Andre

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Clymer.."CC"..Conrad Clyburn Permalink Reply by Clymer.."CC"..Conrad Clyburn on September 12, 2008 at 2:04pm
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Thank you Troy

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Stephen Vaughan Permalink Reply by Stephen Vaughan on November 13, 2008 at 2:58pm
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SERMO is the largest online 'physician only' community with over 80,000 registered (35,00 when I signed on less than a year ago). The polling and survey capabilities are being used (through arrangements with sermo.com) by many industry sources, the latest being 'Bloomberg' for opinions regarding investments in medical technology and other medically related investments. I expect this or something like it to be the future of physician power, organization and politics. Having spent some 20 years on the front line of medical politics, I would suggest all physicians sign up and participate as soon as possible.

'The Health Blog (THB)' is also very insightful.

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