Medicine in Social Media

Terms of Use


By using this site, you signify your assent to these Terms of use. If you do not agree to all of these Terms of use, do not use this site!

Webicina Advisory and Service Provider Limited Liability Company (hereinafter referred to as Webicina LLC.) may change these Terms from time to time. We will notify you of such changes by posting the amended Terms on the Site.

To make an order from Webicina LLC., you must go through registration, and accept the general contract terms and conditions.

With the acceptance of the registration and the general contract terms and conditions, the customer accepts the provisions concluded in the contract and considers it legally binding.

Following the registration and the acceptance of the general contract terms and conditions, the Customer gets access to the site where the Customer can order the services of the website by payment on the Service Provider’s bank account.

Services provided by the Webicina LLC:

  • "Medicine 2.0 Package" is a personalized set of web 2.0 tools designed to solve the problems of patients, physicians and health care workers. Packages contain all the web 2.0 tools, services and information dedicated to a specific medical condition or a medical specialty.
  • "Online E-Courses" are materials and step-by-step tutorials through which users can learn to use the web 2.0 tools and methods they need.
  • Consulting and Webinars: Webicina can provide in-person or online presentations (either webinars or Second Life workshops) focusing on medicine or health 2.0.

In case you would like to have resort to any of these services, you may order after the registration and the acceptance of the general contract terms and conditions.

The mark "Webicina" is trademark and/or service mark of the provider or an affiliated Webicina entity. All rights are reserved. All other trademarks appearing on the Service are the property of their respective owners. The tables, texts and illustrations of the services provided by the Webicina LLC. are under copyright legal protection. Without preliminary written authorization of the Webicina LLC., the transmission, spread, reproduction, complete or partial storage or printing of the contents in excess of personal usage is prohibited.

Privacy Policy



We do not give, share, sell or transfer any user information to a third party. This website does not collect any personal information about its visitors and readers.

Medical Disclaimer



All information on the Site is for educational purposes only.

YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THIS SERVICE IS NOT INTENDED NOR IMPLIED TO BE, AND YOU WILL NOT USE IT AS, A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE. NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE SERVICE IS INTENDED TO BE OR WILL BE USED BY YOU FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. YOU UNDERSTAND THAT YOU SHOULD NEVER DISREGARD PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE OR DELAY IN SEEKING TREATMENT BASED ON THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE SERVICE.

Disclosure of funding sources
This is a website funded by Webicina LLC, it doesn't receive funds from a third party. Hosting is provided by Webicina, LLC.

Advertising Policy



Our website hosts advertisement banners and sponsored text links. We do not control the content of these advertisements and our editorial content is free of any commercial influence.

These advertisements are distinguished by the word "Sponsor" and are placed clearly in image boxes around, but not inside the content of our Medical Web 2.0 Guidance Packages and E-courses. Clicking on the banner or text link will link you to the advertiser's site.

We will not accept advertising that is not factually accurate or that could injure the good name or reputation of Webicina.

We reserve the right to reject, cancel, or remove any advertising from the site for any reason and will provide prompt notice to the advertiser upon rejection, cancellation, or removal of any advertising.

It is the Advertiser’s responsibility to comply with all applicable domestic and foreign laws, including applicable laws and regulations of regulatory bodies.


Last date of modification: 16th of May, 2009