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Insidermedicine receives Public Education Award - July 2, 2009
 
Insidermedicine receives Public Education Award
 
Vancouver, B.C., 2 July, 2009 Insidermedicine has been recognised by the Canadian Dermatology Association for their innovative If I Had... patient-education series.
 
http://www.dermatology.ca/media/awards/public_ed/recipients/pea_2009.html#media
 
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Insidermedicine Joins TheNewsRoom - February 8, 2007
 
Insidermedicine Joins TheNewsRoom
 
RESTON, Va., Feb. 7, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) (PRIMEZONE) -- Voxant today announced the addition of Canada-based Insidermedicine to the extensive library of health and medical content available to members of its Viral Syndication Network(tm) through TheNewsRoom(tm) (www.thenewsroom.com). Insidermedicine, a leading health and medical news service created and run by a team of world-class physicians, offers daily, multi-language medical and health news in both written and video format, as well as in-depth segments on over 100 medical conditions. Insidermedicine's video content also is syndicated by many medical schools and libraries across the world.
 
http://www.primenewswire.com/newsroom/news.html?d=113302
 
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Insidermedicine on CBC's Canada Now - December 7, 2006
 
Insidermedicine on CBC's Canada Now
 
Insidermedicine was featured on the CBC's National Show Canada Now. If you would like to watch it, simply click on the link below.
 
http://www.cbc.ca/mrl3/8752/vsu/wmv-hi/matteis-cyberchondriacs061205.wmv
 
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Insidermedicine in the Medical Post - December 5, 2006
 
Insidermedicine in the Medical Post
 
For patients surfing the Web, there’s no shortage of information on health topics, diseases and treatments. But the quality or sources of the information may be questionable.
 
http://www.medicalpost.com/opinions/columns/article.jsp?content=20061204_183935_3884
 
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The Doctor in In(ternet) - November 23, 2006
 
The Doctor in In(ternet)
 
The Internet is good for a lot of things, but getting an accurate medical opinion is not among them. And faced with the amounts of often contradictory and inaccurate medical advice on the web, a group of Queens physicians and medical students have set up a site that they hope will offer patients peer-reviewed and up-to-the minute information.
 
http://www.thewhig.com/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=282607&catname=Local+News&classif=News+%2D+Local
 
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Doctors Create News-Style Health Show - November 20, 2006
 
Doctors Create News-Style Health Show
 
These doctors are in. All the time. Kingston doctors Sanjay Sharma, an ophthalmologist, and Susan Sharma, a family physician, have launched a website that provides accurate, timely information for patients who love to Google. Insidermedicine (www.insidermedicine.ca) is a daily news program that is written, reported and produced by the husband and wife duo, with input from Queens University doctors, residents and students
 
http://www.kingstonthisweek.com/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentID=287868&catname=Local+News
 
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Queen's University's Coverage of Insidermedicine - November 17, 2006
 
Queen's University's Coverage of Insidermedicine
 
Husband and wife doctor team – Sanjay Sharma, an ophthalmologist, and family physician Susan Sharma – have created a new website that provides accurate, timely information for patients looking for medical answers online.
 
http://qnc.queensu.ca/story_loader.php?id=455dcf8b7a0a6
 
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Insidermedicine Launches RSS - November 7, 2006
 
Insidermedicine Launches RSS
 
If you were to pick between coming to Insidermedicine and letting Insidermedicine come to you, what would you choose? For those who prefer the latter, RSS/XML feeds are available free for individuals and non-profit organisations. Subscribe to Insidermedicine's RSS feeds to get news delivered directly to your desktop!
 
http://www.insidermedicine.ca/breaking-medical-news-rss-video-updates.aspx
 
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Insidermedicine Launched - November 3, 2006
 
Insidermedicine Launched
 
Have a new symptom like blurred vision or nagging shoulder pain? Odds are that you will log on and Google "blurred vision" or "shoulder pain". But can you trust the medical information that you get back? A recent research study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life Project- a non-profit think thank- showed that while millions search for heath news, only 15% seek out the source and only 1 in 4 look at the date to see how current the material is. This could have major implications for one's health.
 
 
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CME Web site gives MDs new views of ophthalmologic - October 23, 2006
 
CME Web site gives MDs new views of ophthalmologic
 
There’s no shortage of Web sites that can claim to give viewers an eyeful, but it’s nice to see one that can make that claim in an educational sense—and even offer CME credits. In this case, the eyeful is, in fact, an eye case: an evidence-based ophthalmological case study at www.ebeyecase.ca.
 
http://www.medicalpost.com/opinions/columns/article.jsp?content=20061024_120127_2764
 
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