The Pew Research Center will release a new report about caregivers in June. As we prepare, I’m looking for stories to share with reporters so they can better understand the context for our data. If you have experience caring for a family member, a friend, or a neighbor, either now or in the past, please […]
Archives for May 2013
That’s a Tim O’Reilly maxim, not original to me. I quoted it, exasperated, after reading this article: The biggest merger you didn’t hear about yesterday If you haven’t read it yet, please do. It is damn good and damn right. Sorry. It’s just that I feel like the frog in the pot who just saw the […]
Erin Moore, the mom-warrior who created that video, also wrote this essay: Are patients a distraction? I think not… Watch, read, cry, be inspired. I sure am.
— Mike Nelson, in one of 17 “nuggets” of wisdom he tweeted today. Click through on all the links. They’re worth your time.
One year ago this week I ported over five years’ worth of posts from e-patients.net and launched this blog. But I have never shared the story behind the susannahfox.com domain name (and there is a story). Here it is:
Here’s a question I received recently from a clinician I met at a conference. He had expressed interest in the Pew Research Center’s health and technology surveys and was now following up: We are in the process of revising our patient forms and this may be a good time to add 1-2 questions that might […]