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3 May 2013
Introduction See also | Academic libraries 2.0 | Medicine 2.0 | Mentoring 2.0 | Nursing 2.0 | Psychiatry 2.0 | Subject librarian 2.0
This entry supplements the 2010 continuing medical education (CME) workshop given at the American Society of Clinical Pathologists Conference entitled
. Before the workshop, we collected information about the tools of web 2.0, and how they are used in the field of pathology, and present the salient materials here. For more information UBC Pathology's use of social media, " Harnessing web 2.0 to improve consultation and communication" see http://www.pathology.ubc.ca/PathologySocialMedial.html
Pathology 2.0 - get oriented to concepts
" ...the web 2.0 environment allows us to share information, collaborate, and exchange...it allows us to showcase what we as pathologists do, increase the information we have, and advance the communication we can provide. These technologies are a bit disruptive, but I encourage you to think about how you can use them in practice or [within] the pathology community ..."
Twitter - lab medicine and pathology on Twitter
Facebook - lab medicine and pathology on Facebook
YouTube - lab medicine and pathology on YouTube
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