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PubMed and Social Media

Posted Nov 06 2009 6:09am
What about a little socializing PubMed ? High quality, highly scientific content of the PubMed is often out of interest for the average Joe. I believe this highly scientific information is much more valuable for the public today. Rather than learning from mass media, one can easily educate him/her self on Swine flu from PuBMeD. Scientific reports can circulate easily. Fast and accurate. Wouldn't it be nice to put "share this" icons under every PubMeD record or else one can put a "PBMD" extension to the twitter tiny-URL's. ------------------------------------------------------ Lung Pathology in Fatal Novel Human Influenza A (H1N1) Infection. Mauad T, Hajjar LA, Callegari GD, da Silva LF, Schout D, Galas FR, Alves VA, Malheiros DM, Auler Jr JO, Ferreira AF, Borsato MR, Bezerra SM, Gutierrez PS, Caldini ET, Pasqualucci CA, Dolhnikoff M, Saldiva PH. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2009 Oct 29. [Epub ahead of print]PMID: 19875682 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]Related articles Share this on Facebook, twitter, digg, etc, etc. The bridge between average Joe and ivory tower of high academia. --------------------------------------------------- I wish I could share my scientific interests with my friends the way I am using social media today.
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