Web 2.0 and evidence based health and mental health

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I’ve been writing an article on Web 2.0 and evidence based medicine, which will appear on this site once it is published.

In the meantime here are the resources I came across, should anyone be interested:

Papers:

Evidence based medicine: what it is and what it isn’t BMJ 1996;312:71-72 (13 January)

How web 2.0 is changing medicine BMJ  2006;333:1283-1284 (23 December)

The effect of web 2.0 on the future of medical practice and education: darwikinian evolution or folksonomic revolution?

Wikis, blogs and podcasts: a new generation of web-based tools for virtual collaborative clinical practice and education

Podcasts for psychiatrists: a new way of learning

Blogs:

How and why junior physicians use web 2.0

The web 2.0-EBM medicine split [1] introduction to a short series

Wishful thinking in medical education

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2 Responses to “Web 2.0 and evidence based health and mental health”

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Nice way to whet the appetite ;)

    I’m very interested in this subject. Looking forward to your publication. In what journal will it be published? Open Access I presume?

    And thanks for the mention,

    Jacqueline (still in a split)

  2. Frontier Psychiatrist says:

    It will be in the August Journal of Evidence Based mental health which isn’t open access alas. I do however have permission to post it on this site however.

    Part of the article is about whether journals can sustain their current subscription model in the advent of Web 2.0 actually.

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