Blogs: the most useful technologies for sharing information and communication for GP

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“The important growing of the new technologies in the health spanish environment must be analyze by a professional view. The easy access and the ilimitated potential functions of this keywork force us to know it and use it for share information with our colleagues and patients…”


BLOGS "“…New technologies are the present, not the future of the communication in the health environment and we have to improve our knowledge to understand the new ways of being update, and able to limits this whole field depending of the users.”

In this way, I want to share with you the first commun initiative in the health-care world: “Gripe y calma

On September 3rd, forty blogs belonging to Spanish healthcare professionals published the same post simultaneously, and many more (around 150) have joined the cause since then. All of them have joined a “common sense and self-control” policy concerning swine flu: special calling to raise awareness of the common sense position and reach out to society, in order to counter the campaign of panic…

Esta entrada fue publicada en Ciudades, Comentarios de la realidad, Gripe A, Otro enfoque de la medicina, Viajes. Guarda el enlace permanente.

5 respuestas a Blogs: the most useful technologies for sharing information and communication for GP

  1. saname dijo:

    Bravo, bravísismo.
    Plas, plas, plas…..

  2. enrique dijo:

    Eres genial, Raquel, gracias por hacernos sentir a todos tan bien y por ser tan maravillosa.
    Besos

  3. Gemma dijo:

    Olé y olé!!!

  4. rqgb dijo:

    Gracias…vosotros sí que sois maravillosos…

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