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Teaching Strategies: Using Feedback to Promote Learning

July 11, 2014 – 10:33 PM |

The decision to take up education practicum was a long awaited dream. I always wanted to and thought myself in an educator’s role. May be that I got inbuilt skills and an itch to convey …

Social Media – Frenemy of Healthcare Professionals?

October 12, 2013 – 11:03 PM |

We are not unaware of the control social media has these days. It is igniting the fire for new revolutions. It is promoting and defaming personalities and is a channel of news and information more …

Social Networking: Just How “Anti-Social” are We Becoming?

October 5, 2013 – 10:55 PM |

The social network is theoretically useful in the social sciences to study the relationship between individuals, groups and even organizations. The ties through which any social units connect represents the convergence of the various social …

Social Media: Enhancing Medical Outreach and Quality of Healthcare

September 11, 2013 – 6:56 PM |

In this era of digital science and globalization, medical profession seems to be a charm for many people. Throughout the world, each year, many students appear for this noble profession with the dream to explore …

Implication of Social Media in Healthcare Practice

August 14, 2013 – 10:44 PM |

Introduction
 
Technology advancements have transformed our way of living, way of working, and way of interacting. E-health can be defined as the promotion of the health, comfort, and well-being with every individual and their families to …

Social Media for Doctors: A Portal to the World

August 14, 2013 – 5:53 AM |

With advancement of technology and other sciences the world is turning into a global village where problems are shared, advancements are liked and issues are being raised and commented. Yes, it’s the world of social …

Effects of Social Media on Nursing

July 30, 2013 – 11:59 PM |

1. Introduction
 
Healthcare is one of the most promising and fastest growing industries today. Every day, we witness new drugs and medical technologies coming into the market. We can see different advancements in technology sprouting out …

Twitter: A New Age In The Doctor Patient Relationship

August 28, 2012 – 1:58 PM | 3 Comments

When medicine met the Internet, there was a global expansion of medical information: some evidence based and accurate, others misleading and false; for professionals and patients alike to peruse and usurp. Soon, there were

To Tweet or Not To Tweet? Doctors & Social Media

August 27, 2012 – 1:16 PM | One Comment

It’s hard to deny that in a very small amount of time, social media has become deeply embedded into the contemporary culture. The ultimate product of globalization, ability to communicate freely and without hindrance to …

Tweeting Headache, Face booking Appointments and i-Medicine

August 12, 2012 – 6:17 AM | 21 Comments

In the era of Face book, Twitter, MySpace and numerous other social networking websites, medicine and healthcare has also been influenced by social media. While some patients find it easier to contact their doctors and …

iDoctor – New Horizons in the Digital and Social Media World

August 11, 2012 – 1:53 AM | 10 Comments

Are you ready to clean up your system? Refresh the nerves, look up your dreams and insert…insert what? Seems that a technophobe student like myself have run out of computer language to continue on my …