Top Health & Medical Bloggers (& Their Twitter Names)

Submitted by Dean Giustini on January 16, 2011 - 13:20
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  1. 33charts. medicine. health. social media Twitter Bryan Vartabedian, M.D. blog focused on pediatric health and social media

Top Health & Medical Bloggers (& Their Twitter Names)

Submitted by Dean Giustini on January 16, 2011 - 12:57
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  1. 33charts. medicine. health. social media Twitter Bryan Vartabedian, M.D. blog focused on pediatric health and social media

Thirty-Five (35+) Women's Health Pathfinders

Submitted by Dean Giustini on December 28, 2010 - 01:33

These pathfinders are works in progress and should not be viewed in any way as definitive. ~Dean Giustini

Cochrane's "Webliography of resources for evidence-based health care"

Submitted by Dean Giustini on December 13, 2010 - 18:44
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This Webliography at Cochrane presents an overview of the most important print and online resources for evidence-based health care and medicine.  Please use the navigation on the left under "Webliography" to navigate these resources.

Books, articles & online resources sorted by specialty

Knowledge Translation in Healthcare: A Literature Review

Submitted by Dean Giustini on November 22, 2010 - 12:55

Knowledge Translation in Healthcare: A Review of the Literature

Eivor Oborn, School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London

Michael Barrett, Judge Business School, Cambridge University

Girts Racko, Judge Business School, Cambridge University

Willinsky & Feenberg on "Critical Theory of Open in the Digital Era"

Submitted by Dean Giustini on November 16, 2010 - 16:57
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John Willinsky, Khosla Family Professor at Stanford and a friend of Open Medicine, and Andrew Feenberg, Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of Technology at SFU, gave presentations recently about the spirit of openness as it relates to critical theory of the last century.

BC's Interior Health Casebook on 'Knowledge Translation'

Submitted by Dean Giustini on November 1, 2010 - 13:15
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Interior Health (IH) is one of 5 geographic regional health authorities in British Columbia, Canada, serving over 737,000 residents with a variety of health services, including acute care, home and community care, mental health and addictions, public health and corporate services (IHA, 2008). A significant proportion of our diverse and rapidly changing population is considered to be rural/remote (~ 3 people/km2), which has the potential to contribute to challenges in sharing information.

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