For this Grand Rounds, I chose David C. Kibbe & Joseph C. Kvedar’s article, “Building a Research Agenda for Participatory Medicine” (JoPM, Vol. 1, 2009). I will highlight two of their “ready-to-go” research questions: What is the role of coaching in sparking and supporting increased participation over time? What can we learn from research on […]
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Kevin Kruse and his team have put together another incredible event in Philadelphia: e-Patient Connections 2010. Follow the tweets by searching for #epatcon or read the excellent summaries being written in real-time by Leigh Householder and Seth Quillin on the blog What’s Your Digital IQ? Definitely watch the curtain-raiser video, starring our own e-Patient Dave: […]
The video of my Mayo Transform 2010 speech, The Power of Mobile, is now up on the conference site as well as on YouTube. It was an honor to be part of this event. Many thanks to David Rosenman and his team for inviting me!
If you haven’t listened to the Patient Voices series on The New York Times site, let me be the first to recommend it. I spend quite a bit of time writing up survey data, working with moderately large respondent pools (N=2,253 is the number of people who completed my last health survey; N=609 is the […]
The cross-disciplinary smorgasbord that is Gov 2.0 Expo will be held this week in DC. The agenda is packed with nerdy temptations (danah boyd! Anil Dash! Tim Berners-Lee!) but here are my can’t-miss sessions.
Erin Turner recently wrote: When I arrived at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota a few weeks ago, I was asked: “Who referred you to us?” My answer was not traditional: “Twitter.” (Read her full story on the SpectrumScience blog. And take that, 2.0 doubters!)