Friday, 26 July 2013

Get Your thinking caps on

Well I would like to say thanks to our readers and those of Shift.MS for helping is get the paper published.

We could not have done this without you....and this would not have happened without the Blog..


But you know more. 

We have been asked to write a review about the benefits of social media for the patient, clinician and researcher so why not help us, in fact please help us. I can do the Researcher well may be, G can do the Clinician and hopefully you can do the MSer.

Please Help Us

If you would be willing to write a list of what is good and bad from social media and email it to us, anonymity guaranteed, then we can collate it and make sure we do not miss too much. 

May be we could have a thread where you put the ideas down so it can be anonymous you can copy and paste your thoughts in so get writing


Maybe we can then see what you think about the list. Is the benefit to counter what we say..there are always two-sides to the story....
....my way and the wrong way:-)

So get your thinking heads on.

2 comments:

  1. I love your Blog. It helps me to manage my MS. To manage MS is extremely difficult and takes a lot of time. On the one hand one tries very hard to ignore the signs and symptoms, on the other hand you have to be very aware because sometimes there is something you can do about it.

    Your Blog helps decide whether something can be done about it.

    My experience with one of my neurologists is that he would send me to another specialist, someone who knows nuts about MS. Then you really feel you are going round in circles.

    G (and his Team) really try to help, really try to solve the problem(s). Call a spade a spade, however that sometimes depresses me no end.

    To understand the problem enables to go out and find a solution.

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