Health conversations on the social web: laboratory or echo chamber?

It was a real treat to attend Science Online London 2010 yesterday, and I would like to thank the organizers, and particularly Martin Fenner, for having invited me to participate.

I was honoured to be supported by Graham Steel, Justin Kerr-Stevens and Erik van der Zijden in chairing a highly interactive, standing-room-only panel session entitled ‘The health conversation on the social web: laboratory or echo chamber?’.

The conversation was fast-moving and ranged widely across a broad spectrum of topics. Here are some of the ideas we discussed:

Thanks to everyone for the participation.

I’m already looking forward to #solo11🙂

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