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The medical conversations are happening on Twitter, not Facebook, and that’s a good thing

The medical conversations are happening on Twitter, not Facebook, and that’s a good thing | Health Tech | Scoop.it

I would argue there is a higher level of peer review that happens on Twitter at times than by some of the largest medical journals.  You don’t see this high level of medical conversation on Facebook.  Instead you get status updates about peoples miscellaneous thoughts or another invite to some random event you don’t plan on attending.

 

Further, Facebook doesn’t carry the medical conversation forward — it’s too declarative.  Twitter is not.

 

Grown up medical conversations are happening on Twitter, not Facebook.


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The ebb & flow of social media...interesting!

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Nokia launches a $20 phone with 35-day battery life

Nokia launches a $20 phone with 35-day battery life | Health Tech | Scoop.it

Could such kind of "unimportant" feature be one the keys for mhealth intervetions? 


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Unesco Telemedicine's comment, June 11, 2013 3:16 AM
Is it on the market already?. If yes, where?