A unique application of web 2.0 in Radiology (also known as Radiology 2.0) since 2004. Widely recognized and cited by various journals and magazines. One of the first mover in the world of Rad-blogging
"Blogging" although is not a viable option in terms of propogating evidence based practice of medicine, it nevertheless is a handy platform to stimulate discussion. I tend to agree with Ryan et al, although its another story that "real time transfer of data" is somewhat marred by firewalls and privacy compliance issues. Faster transmission perhaps, NGI and serious policy reappraisal may be the key components that merit consideration for the envisioned "real time data transfer". Anyway.. my take efficiently moderated blogging, like sumer's rad ...looks like its there to stay!!!
thanks Prachi for your very relevant comments..sumer sethi
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