Posts Tagged ‘Pervasive Health 2010’

Artifacts’ Roaming Beats Recognition for the Estimation of Care Activities in a Nursing Home - March 2nd, 2010

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Congratulations to Informatics Post-Doc Monica Tentori on having her paper,
“Artifacts’ Roaming Beats Recognition for the Estimation of Care Activities in a Nursing Home” accepted to Pervasive Health 2010.

Congratulations Monica! (Pervasive Health 2010 paper)

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Posted: 3/2/10 11:16 am UTC by Make the First Comment
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PatientsLikeMe: Empowerment and Representation in a Patient-Centered Social Network - December 23rd, 2009

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Congratulations to Informatics grad student Jed Brubaker, Computer Science grad student Caitlin Lustig and Informatics faculty member Gillian Hayes on having their paper,
‘PatientsLikeMe: Empowerment and Representation in a Patient-Centered Social Network’ accepted to CSCW-2010.

Abstract:
“We examine the patient networking site PatientsLikeMe relative to current trends in medicine toward patient-centered care and empowerment. We focus on both patient and institutional demands for personal medical data. Given PatientsLikeMe’s mixture of social networking and health management tools, we consider the role of online health communities in the changing patient/provider relationship, and the use of patient-provided medical data.”

Congratulations Jed, Caitie and Gillian!

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Posted: 12/23/09 9:49 am UTC by Make the First Comment
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