On social networks (yet)?


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… or not on them? In fact, all of us are members of social networks. We have circles of friends and acquaintances, and we interact with professional colleagues and associates every day. That's true whether you are a basic or medical researcher, a physician or other healthcare provider, medical writer, educator, whoever. Now think about the traditional ways in which we can and do communicate with our peers: letters (snail mail?), the telephone, formal meetings, informal discussions at work, in the lab, during lunch, on the golf course, at a bar or at a department party.