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I just had a look at our Medicine 2.0 social network (http://www.medicine20.net) database to see how many connections have been made in the past week: Over 1300 connections were added (a connection is defined as a Medicine 2.0 user connecting to another user by saying they have met, they want to meet, they are a fan or friend/colleague)! 450 of these connections were made at the Medicine 2.0 Congress in Stanford through scanning badges - i.e. ou... [read more]
See the video on YouTube here Medicine 2.0: Social Media, Mobile Apps, and Internet/Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine and Biomedical ResearchMedicine 2.0'12 (Boston, USA)Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical SchoolSeptember 15, 2012 – September 16, 2012Thank you, Stanford, for hosting Medicine 2.0'11, which was SOLD OUT and a great success. See you all next year in Boston!(Attended Medicine 2.0 @ Stanford? Please fill in this electron... [read more]
Medicine 2.0'11 at Stanford is over and we are already busy preparing the next Medicine 2.0'12 in Boston (Sept 15-16th 2012). Since 2008, we have always "embedded" epatients in Medicine 2.0, and as in past Medicine 2.0 conferences, we will actively engage epatients in the 2012 conference. This starts with having epatients (such as epatient Dave) on the advisory board, and ends with offering free participation for epatients.For the latter we will ... [read more]
Larry had the brilliant idea to put QR codes on Medicine 2.0 badges, which contains a URL. Use an iphone/android app like Redlaser to scan he badge of the person you are talking to.We combined this powerful tool with the Medicine 2.0 Social Network, which means that - if you use the default URL linking to your med2 profile page - not only can you see the profile of the person you are chatting with when you scan the QR code, but that person is als... [read more]
Update Sep 2011: A decision for 2012 has been made - Medicine 2.0'12 will take place in Boston at the spectacular new conference center at Harvard Medical School. We are currently accepting bids and proposals for potential hosts of 2013 - please contact the conference series producer Dr Eysenbach for the RFPPlease help us to decide where the next Medicine 2.0 (2012) should be hosted (use the poll at the top of this page).Should we stay in the Sil... [read more]
Explore the Medicine 2.0 Social Network http://www.medicine20.netAs the founder and producer of the Medicine 2.0 series it was always my intention to use and support social media as much as possible when putting together Medicine 2.0 conferences.There is twitter of course (the Medicine 2.0 community uses the #med2 hashtags), and Facebook, but the "drawback" of these communities is that they are open for anybody to join - which is great in princi... [read more]
The Stanford Organizing committee is proud to announce 14 more winners of scholarships to attend the Stanford Summit and Medicine 2.0 @ Stanford. This brings the total number of scholarships awarded by Stanford to an unprecedented 23 ePatient scholarships (5 full scholarships, 2 travel awards, and 18 partial scholarships)! The Stanford Organizing committee committed funding to the epatient scholarship program because it believes that patients are... [read more]
With the Medicine 2.0 Stanford conference just a few weeks away, I'm happy to share that the bloggers from Medgadget will be at the conference as a media partner. Medgadget, which calls itself as "the Internet journal of emerging medical technologies," has been covering the space for years and I'm excited to see their reportage at Medicine 2.0. -Larry Chu, MD For more information about the congress, preregistration for future conferences, abstrac... [read more]
Brian S. McGowan, PhD, and his co-authors, Bryan Vartabedian, Robert Miller and Molly Wasko, will present their recent survey work on the "Meaningful Use" of social media by physicians at Medicine 2.0 @ Stanford next month.In a recent interview (via Skype) with Dr. Paul Martin from the AIM lab at Stanford, Brian explained his research project and the goals he hopes to achieve by presenting his work at Medicine 2.0 @ Stanford.Dr. McGowan's group w... [read more]
In an effort to make Medicine 2.0 Stanford as accessible as possible to all ePatients, we are delighted to offer partial and full scholarships for ePatients to attend Medicine 2.0 Stanford. Some of these awards include limited funds to defray the cost of travel. We'd like to congratulate the following ePatients scholarship winners: Sean Ahrens (Full Scholarship, 3-Days)Hugo Campos (Partial Scholarship, 3-Days)Melinda Cuthbert (Full Scholarship, 3... [read more]
I'm excited to announce an unprecedented opportunity for ePatients with financial need to attend the upcoming Medicine 2.0 conference at Stanford University. We recognize that ePatients often have significant financial constraints that limit their ability to pay registration fees to attend important conferences. ePatients often spend a considerable portion of their income on health care-related expenditures. We want to make Medicine 2.0 Stanford ... [read more]
James Barrett and his colleagues at Brigham Young University did a study to provide a panoramic view of the thousands of paid apps pertaining to the health and fitness category on iTunes. The researchers created a database of 3,773 paid apps under the Health and Fitness category of iTunes, including the app title, the developer’s description and the price. Each app was coded according to one of the CDC’s core content areas for health promotion, w... [read more]
dr. Marc Sprenger, the newly appointed director of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (Stockholm, S), just confirmed his participation in the Opening session of the Medicine 2.0 congress that takes place 29-30 Nov in Maastricht, the Netherlands.
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Hello everyone, Last year a few of us reconnected for a second Med 2.0 dinner at the CN Tower after the closing ceremony on friday evening. A few of us (IMIA Web 2.0 taskforce and friends) would like to repeat this event and extend our invitation to all participants. Please use this thread to sing up. I will make a reservation on Friday at noon and will post the details back on this page. Gunther, it would be great if this year you could join us!... [read more]
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As part of my PhD, I'm conducting a meta-analysis of online behavioural change interventions. In particular, I'm searching for empirical studies about websites designed to encourage healthy behaviours related to public health and safety, as well as environmental protection. To ensure I don't overlook any key research, I'm wondering if you could recommend any published or unpublished papers. I'd be grateful if you could share any suggestions in th... [read more]
I'll be arriving into Toronto early Wednesday evening and would like to meet up with other Med 2.0 attendees for a casual dinner. I am presenting on Thursday morning but have to leave right after the lecture so I would like to try to network/meet some folks on Wednesday. Anyone interested?
Many thanks to Gunther and his team for all their hard work in creating another Medicine 2.0 event that looks like it will rival last year's. The programme looks very interesting, and I look forward to participating - although, this year, I am mainly there to learn things, as well as catch up with new friends made last year. The plethora of Web 2.0 related tools that are being used around the event is great too - hopefully it can act as an exampl... [read more]
Formal abstract submissions for the Medicine 2.0 congress are now closed. However, there is still a possibility to speak: We will have one or more unconference sessions (e.g. over lunch), where people can either present something (there is a limit of 10 slides) or initiate a discussion on something. If you would to present something, please add your thoughts (at least a presentation title and how much time you need) to this thread. Presentation t... [read more]
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Request for Proposals: Local Organizers for Medicine 2.0’10 and Medicine 2.0’11 Conferences The Medicine 2.0® conference – organized in 2008 and 2009 in Toronto – will go on a world-tour and goes global and viral. Starting in 2010, Medicine 2.0 conferences will be locally organized in different countries/venues, branded as regional conferences (Medicine 2.0-EUROPE or Medicine 2.0-ASIA), supported centrally by the original, core Medicine 2.0® team... [read more]
is there one established? Using medicine20?
Health informatics students at Indiana University (USA) are exploring the issue of whether they should create professional online profiles and portfolios to use when entering the workforce. Some teachers, to use one example, routinely build CD-ROM and/or paper-based portfolios to share with potential employers; portfolios are also important to arts and new media students. Should informatics students create similar compilations of their work? Do e... [read more]
Please pass this on to anybody who might be interested! *** Call for Papers **** 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare 2010 http://www.pervasivehealth.org March 22nd-25th 2010, Munich, Germany Pervasive healthcare is an emerging research discipline, focusing on the development and application of pervasive and ubiquitous computing technology for healthcare and wellness. Pervasive healthcare seeks to respon... [read more]
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