Medical Communication

Archive for June, 2010

>Animated Explanations – The Heart and Blood Flow

Posted by drneelesh on June 27, 2010

>

This interactive infographic explains the anatomy and function of the human heart. Find out how the blood flows through the different chambers and valves, and visualize the blood flow using the scroll bar.

Be patient . It might take a minute or so for the animation to load.

http://www.animatedexplanations.com/player.aspx?MovieID=342
The Human Heart Animated Explanations

Advertisements

Posted in Animation | Leave a Comment »

>Collaboration and Social Media in Medical and Healthcare Learning

Posted by drneelesh on June 21, 2010

>Focuses on
-Networked Social Media in Learning and Teaching (contexts: higher education; medicine and healthcare, including patient education and clinicians’ collaboration and CPD—Continuing Professional Development).

-Networked Social Media in Research (both as a primary focus for research and as tools/enablers in research).

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

How the world spends its time online

Posted by drneelesh on June 17, 2010

A very interesting Infographic-

timespentonline

www.visualeconomics.com

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a Comment »

>Social Media’s Rising Impact on Healthcare

Posted by drneelesh on June 15, 2010

>

The all consuming influence of social media is being felt in the once conservative field- Healthcare.
– 730 Hospitals have an active Social Media presence with more than 1,400 sites ebennett.org– May 22, 2010 7
– Adults are turning to the web and social media for health information Pew Internet Life Project– 2009 9
– The Dose of Digital Wiki lists over 200 active healthcare communities Dose of Digital Wiki – June 7, 2010
Here is the keynote presentation Shahid Shah and Joel Selzer delivered at the Healthcare New Media Conference in Chicago, June 14th.

Posted in Social Media | Leave a Comment »