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Miguel A. Mayer

Very important and interesting issue. Recently, from the Web Médica Acreditada Department (a quality program for health-related content websites) of the Medical Association of Barcelona and the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences , we've seen important to review the main recommendations on using social media platforms for medical doctors and students and it's clear that:
- there is a consensus about the key role that medical doctors have in social networks.
- potential negative and positive consequences are considered depending on their behavior.
- we brought up ten general and practical recommendations.
We presented it in the eHealth2011 conference this week, see: http://www.slideshare.net/WebMedicaAcreditada/health-social-networks

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