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Thoughts concerning the BMJ editorial "Kitemarking the west wind" and the WHO dot-health proposal

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Tony Delamothe has recently written a BMJ editorial [1], which was partly inspired by the MedCERTAIN workshop in Heidelberg.

As the initiator and co-ordinator of an EU project, which could be misunderstood as a "kitemarking" project, I feel obliged to clarify what we want to achieve and how and why our approach differs from what is being described by Tony.

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Thoughts concerning the BMJ editorial "Kitemarking the west wind" and the WHO dot-health proposal
The notion that we cope without kitemarks and infomediaries outside the internet is wrong. People are recommending information, products and services to other people all the time. This is an example of a product endorsed by the American Cancer Society. The web allows to access and to display ratings, endorsements, evaluations of other organisations and individuals on the click of a button
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figure4: The notion that we cope without kitemarks and infomediaries outside the internet is wrong. People are recommending information, products and services to other people all the time. This is an example of a product endorsed by the American Cancer Society. The web allows to access and to display ratings, endorsements, evaluations of other organisations and individuals on the click of a button

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML

ABSTRACT

Tony Delamothe has recently written a BMJ editorial [1], which was partly inspired by the MedCERTAIN workshop in Heidelberg.

As the initiator and co-ordinator of an EU project, which could be misunderstood as a "kitemarking" project, I feel obliged to clarify what we want to achieve and how and why our approach differs from what is being described by Tony.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus