Alexander F Young, final year medical student, published a very comprehensive review in Student BMJ about how to stay up-to-date online. He also included Scienceroll.com:
Subscribing to web feeds from medical blogs, such as KevinMD or ScienceRoll, which produce interesting articles, may direct you to further areas of interest. Because most dedicated bloggers update their sites often, web feeds are ideal to view their latest articles.
The newest Webicina eGuide about how to keep yourself easly up-to-date in medicine was only published last week, so he certainly didn’t know about that.
Here is the table of contents of the free Webicina eGuide:
- How to keep yourself up-to-date? (Pubmed, RSS and tags)
- Step 1: Tools that help you keep yourself up-to-date (Trend Trackers)
- Step 2: What is RSS about? (RSS and web feeds)
- Step 3: Aggregators I., Desktop-based feed readers
- Step 4: Aggregators II., How to use your browser?
- Step 5: Aggregators III., Bloglines, Netvibes or Google Reader?
- Step 6: How to follow a medical journal?
- Step 7: Where should you start?