The Amedeo Hub
Sharing your favorite articles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
The Amedeo Hub helps you to share medical articles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. With just a few clicks of your mouse you can select and share articles listed on PubMed, both your own and those of fellow writers, with your friends and colleagues.
If you don't, would you sign up to one of the above sites?
If both answers are no, you can stop reading here. Amedeo Hub isn't for you.
If you have Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn pages, would you consider sharing information on scientific articles on them? (see Figure 1)
If, again, your answer is no, you won't benefit from the Amedeo Hub either.
Figure 1: Citation on a Facebook page.
However, if you would like to share information on outstanding scientific articles on your Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn pages, the Amedeo Hub is amazingly simple. Once an article is on the Hub (see random example), you can create entries like Figure 1 with two mouse clicks: Click on the Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn buttons (see Figure 2) and confirm your choice with a second click.
Figure 2: Share buttons
But how do you get an article onto the Amedeo Hub in the first place? There are several ways:
If you want to link to the Amedeo Hub from websites or books, remember to use the unique number ('PMID') assigned to each PubMed citation.