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Rosa Munoz-Luna

"Cite this for me" - 4 views

open access knowledge open MOOC publishing Module9
started by Rosa Munoz-Luna on 18 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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TrendMD - 1 views

module10 filter
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 11 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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    "TrendMD, an online tool that gives readers a way to find content relevant to their interests, while giving publishers, institutions, industry and authors the ability to target their audience.

    TrendMD's business model is based on clicks, and there are two streams of revenue - publishers and sponsors.

    Publishers place the TrendMD widget at the end of articles published on their websites, at no cost. Using the article content as a guide, the widget then recommends links to related studies elsewhere in the journal - keeping the reader engaged in their area of interest for as long as they want to read and, in turn, making money for the journal with every click"

When and why may MOOCs be considered as an academic learning - 4 views

module9 journals articles
started by danildintsis on 10 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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    Thanks for this posting. A lot of useful material for practical work and for thinking and future planning
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Cochrane Collaboration and Wiki Medicine - 1 views

wikipedia module8
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 28 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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    Articles relating to medicine are viewed more than 180 million times per month on Wikipedia, yet, less than 1 per cent of these have passed a formal peer review process. This opens up a unique opportunity for Cochrane, the independent, global healthcare research network, to share expertise and work with Wikipedia editors to transform the quality and content of health evidence available online.

    The resource and assistance given to editors will help to encourage the inclusion of evidence within all articles and make sure that medical information included in Wikipedia is of the highest quality and as accurate as possible. Trusted, evidence based research can help people to make informed decisions about their own healthcare
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Book:Health care - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 2 views

    This is a Wikipedia book on health care, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, rendered electronically, and ordered as a printed book
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initiative to open access to medical research - 4 views

open access module6 publishing
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 13 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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    Patients and Carers Granted Access to Over 300 Wiley Journals

    Wiley Will Grant Access to Research Without Charge via patientACCESS

    John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has announced it will join patientACCESS, a new program which offers low-cost access to medical and scientific research articles to patients and their caregivers. From September 2013, 310 Wiley journals will join the international collaboration between publishers, the Association of American Publishers, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division (PSP), The International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers (STM), and the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC).

    Six publishers are participating in the launch phase of patientACCESS. In addition to Wiley they are the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), Elsevier, SAGE, and Wolters Kluwer Health. Technological support is coming from the CCC.

    Patients and their caregivers will be able to access relevant research papers via RightsLinkTM, CCC's point-of-content licensing program. Papers will be emailed to requestors within 24 hours, following a one-time registration step to verify their status as a patient or caregiver. Wiley will offer papers from the selected journals without charge, while CCC will levy an administrative fee of $3.50 for processing and delivering the paper
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search for images HONmedia - 0 views

started by Ibraghimova Irina on 08 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
Ibraghimova Irina

IFLA launches toolkit to support Lyon Declaration Signatories to advocate for access to... - 1 views

open access library IFLA module6
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 08 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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Open Access Infrastructure - 1 views

open access module6 publishing
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 08 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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    NISO Summer 2014 issue of Information Standards Quarterly

    This is a themed issue on the topic of Open Access Infrastructure. „The question is no longer whether open access will or should happen, but rather how will it be implemented in a sustainable way." The articles in this issue contain a wealth of insights from a wide variety of viewpoints-publishers, funders, universities, intermediaries, standards bodies, and open access experts about where are we today, what the challenges are, available routes to overcoming those challenges, and some of the initiatives that have been put in place to overcome these challenges. With links to leading open access initiatives web-sites .I think some of these articles could be included in this course as recommended reading.
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Citizen Science article in Russian - 1 views

module3 citizen science
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 17 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
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Massive Open Online Courses on Health and Medicine - 6 views

module7 mooc
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 17 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
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social media use in health care - 1 views

privacy Module2 digital identity
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 12 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
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    Grajales III FJ, Sheps S, Ho K, Novak-Lauscher H, Eysenbach G. Social Media: A Review and Tutorial of Applications in Medicine and Health Care J Med Internet Res 2014;16(2):e13

    this is a very detailed review with practical conclusions and recommendations

    Results and case studies are presented according to 10 different categories of social media: (1) blogs (eg, WordPress), (2) microblogs (eg, Twitter), (3) social networking sites (eg, Facebook), (4) professional networking sites (eg, LinkedIn, Sermo), (5) thematic networking sites (eg, 23andMe), (6) wikis (eg, Wikipedia), (7) mashups (eg, HealthMap), (8) collaborative filtering sites (eg, Digg), (9) media sharing sites (eg, YouTube, Slideshare), and others (eg, SecondLife).

    "Four recommendations are provided and explained for stakeholders wishing to engage with social media while attenuating risk: (1) maintain professionalism at all times, (2) be authentic, have fun, and do not be afraid, (3) ask for help, and (4) focus, grab attention, and engage."

    The potential violation of ethical standards, patient privacy, confidentiality, and professional codes of practice, along with the misrepresentation of information, are the most common contributors to individual and institutional fear against the use of social media in medicine and health care. So it is recommended that all healthcare institutions have to develop their policies that benefit patients, clinicians, public health practitioners
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Money makes you reveal more - 1 views

module1 privacy
started by Ibraghimova Irina on 07 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
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    I have read and taught a lot about online privacy for health professionals and patients for the last years. But for this task I tried to find something different / and this peace of research seems to be interesting.
    several studies have demonstrated that short-term gains and possible monetary rewards make people risk disclosing information. "Given the malleability of privacy preferences and the ubiquitous monetary cues in daily lives, the authors measured the contextual effect of reminding people about money on their privacy disclosure preferences." The results od the experiment showed that " results imply that not only do short-term rewards make people trade-off personal security and privacy, but also mere exposure to money increases self-disclosure". It is something that all have to remember when visiting such sites and providing our personal information.

    Front Psychol. 2013; 4: 839.
    Published online Nov 11, 2013. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00839
    Money makes you reveal more: consequences of monetary cues on preferential disclosure of personal information
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