Monthly Archives: August 2008

The digital eHealth divide or The e-patient paradox?

Yesterday PEW INTERNET & AMERICAN LIFE PROJECT launched a new report entitled The Engaged E-patient Population written by Susannah Fox. It has to be said that PEW INTERNET, specially Sussanah Fox, is leading probably the best monitoring of Health and the Internet in United State. She has been launching surveys and analizing date since 2000… Read more »

Society, Health and the Internet references

This post will be for sure my longest post ever. I would like to share my thesis’s references. You could also find them at my personal references manager. Enjoy them! REFERENCIAS · Alonso, J.L. et al. (2003). “Estudio del Web”. En: Cibermetría: nuevas técnicas de estudio aplicables al Web. Gijón: Ediciones TREA, págs. 27-80. ·… Read more »

Welcome to a new blogger: Michael Hardey

My Google Analytics has detected a new incoming link to my blog. When I have checked the site I have read a first post entitled Doctor in store? a very interesting reflection about doctors as consumer products and its implications for web 2.0 sites related with health. After reading the post I have looked… Read more »

Social Networking Sites for researchers

Cameron Neylon has posted Facebooks for scientists – they’re breeding like rabbits!. I really recommend reading that post. I just reproduce here some of the sites collected by him: Sites Blog collections: Nature Network, ScienceBlogs, Scientific Blogging, WordPress, Blogspot, (OpenWetWare), Social Networks: Laboratree, Ologeez, Research Gate, Epernicus, LabMeeting, Graduate Junction, (Nature Network), oh and Facebook,… Read more »