The Medical Quack – Syndicated at “Medpedia” Under News and Analysis Section
Posted Dec 01 2009 10:03pm
You can now find the Medical Quack at Medpedia with posts from the blog to offer information in the News and Analysis Section of the portal. I am happy to be associated with Medpedia and hope the Medical Quack provides valuable resources. In addition to my posts you can also search out other valuable information from physicians and others who post here, so if you are looking up information on a drug, a condition, the user friendly format of the portal should prove helpful.
Harvard Medical School, Stanford School of Medicine, Berkeley School of Public Health, University of Michigan Medical School and other leading global health organizations are all associations of the site. The site launched back in July of 2008 and the link below was the announcement I posted here as the new “Wikipedia of Medical Information”.
To access Medpedia from the Medical Quack, just look in the right hand side and use the icon to connect which will take you directly to the News and Analysis section. Again, I thank Medpedia for including the Medical Quack as a reference and hope the link enables readers the ability to search and find credible information relative to healthcare today. BD
About The Medpedia Project – From the Website
“The Medpedia Project is a long-term, worldwide project to evolve a new model for sharing and advancing knowledge about health, medicine and the body among medical professionals and the general public. This model is founded on providing a free online technology platform that is collaborative, interdisciplinary and transparent.Read more about the model.
Users of the platform include physicians, consumers, medical and scientific journals, medical schools, research institutes, medical associations, hospitals, for-profit and non-profit organizations, expert patients, policy makers, students, non-professionals taking care of loved ones, individual medical professionals, scientists, etc.
As Medpedia grows over the next few years, it will become a repository of up-to-date unbiased medical information, contributed and maintained by health experts around the world, and freely available to everyone. The information in this clearinghouse will be easy to discover and navigate, and the technology platform will expand as the community invents more uses for it.
In association with Harvard Medical School, Stanford School of Medicine, Berkeley School of Public Health, University of Michigan Medical School and other leading global health organizations, Medpedia will be a commons for the gathering of the information and people critical to health care. Many organizations have united to support The Medpedia Project. See theRecord of Merit. “