Tips on how you can stay abreast of developments in your area using free and easy-to-use tools that are available on the Internet.
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UPDATED: Medical communicators new to a topic/therapy area who want learn what social media is saying about the topic can now do so amazingly quickly by ‘inhaling the web’. Now includes HealthMash.
Overcome the clutter of a crowded browser toolbar by including your most often used websites on a webportal that acts your default home page. Find out which webportal technology came up trumps in the test carried out by a non-technical medical writer.
A companion piece to A look at (free) medical and science search tools (see below), this article looks at Web 2.0 applications that may be of use to researchers and writers in the biomedical fields.
Check out some good tips when searching with Google, available at: www.journalism.co.uk/insite/?p=578