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Facebook invades Philippines: Will health care capitalize on this social media?

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In my last post, I presented a research that summarizes the current internet usage of physicians, in the US, Europe, Australia and South Korea. It was a ” backgrounder” really, in my attempt to determine how many physicians in the Philippines use the internet and social media in their practice. But this data is really difficult to…

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Flashback: Blogging as a medium to spread health care issues and advocacies

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While still undecided what article to post first for 2011 , I read my first ever post in this blog. I was nostalgic and a bit in awe. I never really thought I’d come this far with just writing and posting my health care ideas online. More so, raise some eyebrows and grab attention to…

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Gambling on the broken Kristo (Christ)

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Once in a while, in our busy and chaotic medical life, a few patients would come by and jerk you off your comfort zone for empathy and go bonkers on  the absurdities of life. They come into your clinic like the usual patients complaining of  this or that disease. The moment you ask these patients…

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Orthopedic Logbook Reloaded

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After so many rounds of theme changing and theme hacking, I ended with this really  “simple” and “neat”   layout thanks to 3Roads Media. I’m immensely happy with it.  Don’t be fooled however. This  theme   is “superb” with the right enhancements. It’s clarity and simplicity is second to none. Even with this simple layout, there’s…

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I am sorry…

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My sincere apologies, to you, dear readers and followers. For not having posted anything new in this blog for quite sometime. For transferring my site url without the necessary ‘temporary redirect page” and thus confusing you all. For messing up this blog and its layout several times, that even me the author,  got lost in…

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