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HowardAbrams
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amekof
Francis Ameko Agbenyadzie

School of Public Health University of Ghana, Legon

Ghana
 

Kurygin
Kurygin A.G. Alexander

Sasha

Russian Federation
 

vanessa_alexander
Vanessa Alexander

CAMH

Canada
 

mallen
Michael W Allen

Allen Interactions

United States
 

handyamin
Handy Amin

Health Promotion Board

Singapore
Planning the Development of the Singapore National Health Portal

 

paramore
Jason Aprile

OntarioMD

Canada
Providing Online Access to Point-of-Care Information: Lessons from the OntarioMD.ca Physician Portal

 

arnottc
Corinne Arnott

St Michaels Hospital

Canada
 

hb218
Hala Badredine

The University of Bath- UK


 

juliavbailey
Julia V Bailey

University College London

United Kingdom
 

ibajnok
Irmajean Bajnok

RNAO

Canada
RNAO eChampion Program

 

bamidis
Panagiotis D Bamidis

ELKE AUTH, EL090049627, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Health Sciences, Dept. of Medicine

Greece
The use of Web 2.0 in teaching Medical Informatics to postgraduate medical students: first experiences

Usage of Semantic Web Technologies (Web-3.0) Aiming to Facilitate the Utilisation of Computerized Algorithmic Medicine in Clinical Practice

 

abarclay
Allan R Barclay

University of Wisconsin-Madison

United States
Development of an RSS-based Current Awareness Service

 

c.barnes
Caryl W Barnes

School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Australia
 

kent
Kent Bassett-Spiers

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Canada
 

jbender
Jackie Bender

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University of Toronto and University Health Network

Canada
 

clarab
Clara Berm├║dez-tamayo

Andalusian School of Public Health

Spain
 

tbernard
Theresa Bernardo

Pan American Health Organization

United States
 

jbetts
Jeffrey Betts

IBM Healthcare

Canada
 

chrbex
Christin Bexelius

Karolinska Institutet

Sweden
E-epidemiology - adapting epidemiological data collection to the 21st century

 

billman
Dorrit Billman

PARC & ISLE/CSLI

United States
Patient Problem-Solving on the Web: How do Patients Use Web Forums to Cope with Chronic Disease?

 

medcraft
Stanislav V Bogatyuk

Med Craft (www.medcraft.ru)

Russian Federation
 

jbonander
Jason Bonander

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

United States
Personally Tailored Health Information: A Health 2.0 Approach

 

cbond
Carol S Bond

Bournemouth University

United Kingdom
Stop The World wide web I Want To Get Off.

 

rbooth5
Richard Booth

The University of Western Ontario

Canada
 

lbowler
Leanne Bowler

Faculty, Univ of Pgh Library Science

United States
Where can teens find health information? A survey of web portals designed for teen health information seekers

 

bart.brandenburg
Bart J Brandenburg

Medicinfo Tilburg and IBR Centre for E-health Reasearch

Netherlands
 

cbyczko
Christopher Byczko

University of Victoria

Canada
 

mcabrer
Miguel Cabrer

eHealth Advisor

Spain
MDPIXX: The Global Medical Images Repository

Virtual Health Platform

 

cabrema
Marcelino M Cabrera Giraldez

Institute for Prospective Technological Studies - Joint Researc Centre - European Commission

Spain
The potential of social computing for biomedical research on rare diseases

 

jcafazzo
Joseph A Cafazzo

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
 

dafnacarr
Dafna Carr

Cancer Care Ontario

Canada
Using Technology to Engage Patients and Clinicians in Electronic Cancer Symptom Assessment and Management: Lessons Learned and Implications for Practice

 

gcastillo
Greta Castillo

education

Canada
 

deb830
Deborah Chan

University Health Network

Canada
InfoWell Patient Portal: A Case of Patient-Centred Design

 

stanchangOMD
Stan Chang

OntarioMD

Canada
 

cynthia.mei.chew
Cynthia Mei Chew

University of Toronto

Canada
 

smile
Tsair-wei(pi-shine) Chien

Taiwan Normal university; Chi-Mei Medical Center

Taiwan, Province of China
 

mclarke
Michael Clarke

IDRC

Canada
 

kclauson
Kevin A. Clauson

Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy

United States
Risk 2.0: The future of connected health (Panel)

 

lcornacchia
Louis Cornacchia

Doctations, Inc.

United States
 

acortinois
Andrea A Cortinois

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
 

ncotrupi
Nella Cotrupi

Insight

Canada
 

neilcoulson
Neil S Coulson

University of Nottingham

United Kingdom
Living with HIV/AIDS and use of online support groups

 

dcovvey
Dominic J. Covvey

Waterloo Institute for Health Informatics Research (DC3333), University of Waterloo

Canada
Representing and Processing Dynamic Healthcare Workflow

Creating and Supporting a Community of Practice

 

magicgp
Grant Philip Cumming

NHS Grampian Scotland

United Kingdom
e-health in a Remote and Rural Setting in the North of Scotland- An Evolving Success Story

 

daviddavenportfirth
David Davenport-Firth

Ogilvy Healthworld


 

heartprotection
william davis

Track Your Plaque, LLC

United States
 

maartendenbraber
Maarten M. Den Braber

Nexthealth

Netherlands
"Nexthealth" - An Open-Source, Web-Based Tool Determining "What's Next" in the Evolution of Consumer-Centric Care Delivery

 

sdickers
Suzanne S Dickerson

University At Buffalo

United States
Developing of a web-based application to facilitate patient treatment adherence in individuals with sleep apnea treated with Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices.

 

nduggal
Naven Duggal

Harvard Medical School

United States
 

dzenowagisj
Joan Dzenowagis

World Health Organization

Switzerland
Risk 2.0: The future of connected health (Panel)

 

runareggen
Finn Runar Eggen

Norwegian Electronic Health Library

Norway
 

oye@helsebiblioteket.no
├śystein Eiring

University of Oslo

Norway
Implementation of Web 2.0-services in the Norwegian Electronic Health Library

 

kelemam
Khaled El Emam

CHEO Research Institute & University of Ottawa

Canada
 

lelder
Laurent Elder

IDRC

Canada
 

relford
Rod Elford

Calgary Health Region

Canada
 

tomeng
Tom Eng

Healia / Meredith Corp.

United States
 

escallon
Jaime Escallon

UHN

Canada
 

admin2
Gunther Eysenbach

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University Health Network

Canada
 

Nfarinaccio
Nick M. Farinaccio

Canada Medical Association

Canada
 

luis.luque
Luis Fernandez Luque

NORUT and University of Tromso

Norway
Study of the ePatient as a provider of health content in the Internet

 

mfisher
Mark Fisher

Ontario HIV Treatment Network

Canada
 

andrewfowlie
Andrew J Fowlie

National Health Service Scotland


 

jfrost
Jeana H Frost

PatientsLikeMe

United States
Social uses of personal health information within PatientsLikeMeTM, an online patient community: What can happen when patients have access to one another's data

 

anisfuad
Anis Fuad

Faculty of Medicine Gadjah Mada University

Indonesia
 

sgates
Suzanne Gates

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

United States
 

aylin.gokduman
Aylin Gokduman

Pleksus Informatics Technologies

Turkey
 

fragra
Francisco J Grajales III

University of British Columbia

Canada
 

lgrama
Lakshmi M Grama

US National Cancer Institute

United States
 

igrauc
Maria Inmaculada Grau

Hospital Clinic de Barcelona

Spain
 

gencoconut
Genevieve Grenier

ACTI-MENU

Canada
 

shakmatt
Derek L Hansen

University of Maryland

United States
Patient-Driven Content Creation: Effectively Introducing Wiki Repositories to Virtual Support Communities

 

maggie08
Margaret M Hansen

University of San Francisco

United States
Versatile, Immersive, Creative and Dynamic Virtual 3-D Healthcare Learning

 

c.harvey
Charmian Harvey

PasseportSantÚ.net

Canada
 

lhdeib
Lina Hdeib

University of Waterloo

Canada
 

caroline_hebblethwaite
Caroline Hebblethwaite

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

thouston
Thomas K Houston

University of Alabama at Birmingham

United States
 

shughes5
Shannon Hughes

Utah State University

United States
The Construction of Expertise in the Age of the Internet: Psychotropic Drug Knowledge in Consumer-Constructed Online Spaces

 

benjaminhughes
Benjamin Hughes

ESADE

Spain
To 2.0 or not to 2.0 - have junior doctors already answered the question?

 

amjansen
Alicia Jansen

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

United States
 

issa
issa jar

ddsadsd

Saudi Arabia
 

mira
Mira Jelic

VP, Product Development and Client Services

Canada
 

jimenezpernett
Jaime Jimenez Pernett

Andalusian School of Public Health

Spain
 

andrew_johnson
Andrew Johnson

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

mdickie
Christine Johnston

Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN)

Canada
 

katejongbloed
Kate Jongbloed

www.unpackingdevelopment.com

Canada
 

joshii
indra joshi

doctor


 

hkaldeway
Heather Ann Kaldeway

CATIE

Canada
 

tissuepathology
Keith J Kaplan

Mayo Clinic

United States
Medical Bloggers Panel

 

kasshout
Taha A Kass-hout

InSTEDD

United States
Biosurveillance 2.0: A Social Networking Approach

 

davidk
David J Kavanagh

Queensland University of Technology

Australia
 

saskiakelders
Saskia Kelders

University of Twente

Netherlands
 

erinmk
Erin Marie Konsmo

Central Alberta AIDS Network Society

Canada
 

petrakozel
Petra Kozel

Remedy Communications Ltd.

Canada
 

Frankk
Frank Kuo

NTU

Taiwan, Province of China
 

zachjl11
Zach Landis Lewis

University of Pittsburgh

United States
Measuring Efficiency of Use in a Web-based EMR Developed for Malawi: Lessons Learned From Performing a Preliminary CogTool Analysis

 

veronlaw
Veronica Law

University of Toronto

Canada
 

lenha
Hanberger Lena

RN MSc

Sweden
Web 2.0 systems supporting childhood chronic disease management: a general architecture compliant with the WHA eHealth Resolution

 

shaunneletourneau
Shaunne Letourneau

Health Link Alberta / Capital Health Link

Canada
 

litton
Jan-Eric Litton

Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Sweden
E-epidemiology - adapting epidemiological data collection to the 21st century

 

astalord
Asta Y.Z. Lord

National Health Research Institutes

Taiwan, Province of China
 

doina.lupea@cancercare.on.ca
Doina Lupea

Cancer Care Ontario

Canada
 

pmacmillan
Paul Macmillan

Deloitte & Touche

Canada
 

lmanz
Laura Manz

Capital Health

Canada
 

jmartin
James Martin

Inflexxion

United States
 

mikenstn
Michael Martineau

MED2020 Health Care Software Inc.

Canada
Consumers are not Patient(s)

 

jmayoh
Joanne Mayoh

Bournemouth University


Will the development of Web 2.0 technology result in a preference for quantity over quality?

 

jmccabegorman
Jen S Mccabe

OrganizedWisdom, NextHealth (NL), Contagion Health (USA)

United States
"Nexthealth" - An Open-Source, Web-Based Tool Determining "What's Next" in the Evolution of Consumer-Centric Care Delivery

 

maryan2_0
Maryan Mccarrey

Canadian Medical Association

Canada
 

dmclay
David McLay

CATIE

Canada
 

matic.meglic
Matic Meglic

National Institute of Public Health

Slovenia
Web and mobile solution for support of process of care: case of depression

 

Jeez07
Stephen Meredith

Centre for Addiction & Mental Health

Canada
 

NCurse
Bertalan Mesko

Budapest, Hungary

Hungary
Medical education and building an on-line reputation in the world of web 2.0

Medical Bloggers Panel

 

bmillar
Betina Millar

Trillium Health Centre

Canada
 

niraj_mistry
Niraj Mistry

Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto

Canada
 

sheryl
Sheryl Mitchell

Womens College Hospital

Canada
Women Wading Through the Web: providing women with the tools to evaluate online health information

 

gmitchell
Greg Mitchell

Ontario HIV Treatment Network

Canada
 

duhgee
Doug Mitchell

Guelph General Hospital

Canada
 

dmohr
David C. Mohr

Northwestern University

United States
 

imorello
Ivette Morello

March of Dimes

United States
 

Grace88
Margaret Moy Lum-Kwong

Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario

Canada
 

jacobkwize
Jacob Mtalitinya

HISA

Tanzania, United Republic Of
 

peterjmurray
Peter J Murray

IMIA

United Kingdom
Medical Bloggers Panel

 

AMurray
Angela Murray

Baxter Healthcare

Canada
 

Rmurray
Robert D Murray

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

tnagy
Tracy M Nagy

HealthMedia, Inc,

United States
 

edoardo.narduzzi
Edoardo Narduzzi

MyOpenCare

Italy
MyOpenCare: Multicontent treatment paths to share medical knowledge and experience

 

nicolnijland
Nicol Nijland

University of Twente

Netherlands
Evaluation of the use of an interactive web-based support program for optimizing the management of Diabetes Mellitus

 

nnoorani@socialinformatics.ca
Dr Noor-Amin Noorani

London Health Sciences - Social Informatics Inc.

Canada
 

samno
Sam Nordfeldt

MD PhD

Sweden
Web 2.0 systems supporting childhood chronic disease management: a general architecture compliant with the WHA eHealth Resolution

 

logrady
Laura O'grady

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
Not every site needs a wiki: A conceptual framework for health Websites

 

aollner
Annika Ollner

CATIE

Canada
 

samozersky
Sam Ozersky

Mensante Corporation

Canada
 

chrispaton
Chris Paton

University of Oxford

United Kingdom
Mobile Medicine 2.0

New Media Medicine: A Social Network for Doctors and Medical Students

 

ppennefather
Peter Pennefather

Laboratory for Collaborative Diagnostics, Univ. of Toronto

Canada
BioTIFF: Articulating Self-Documenting Personal Health Digital Information Artefacts

 

mladenp
Mladen Petrovecki

Prof.

Croatia
 

lise.poissant
Lise Poissant

University of Montreal

Canada
 

doc1979
Oleg Polyanskiy

MedConsultRussia

Russian Federation
 

dandan
DANIELE DP PREVOST

ACTI-MENU

Canada
 

mpritsker
Moshe Pritsker

JoVE

United States
Online video-publication for biological research

 

judyproudfoot
Judy Proudfoot

School of Psychiatry and Black Dog Institute, University of New South Wales, Australia

Australia
Methodological Issues and Challenges in eHealth Research Panel

Expert Patients as Apomediaries

 

barbara_purin
Barbara Purin

Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK)

Italy
User-centered Design of a PHR: Traditional Web Forms vs. Wizard Forms

 

lquattrin
Linda Quattrin

MaRS Discovery District

Canada
 

vgnanam
Raj Rajan

Providence

Sri Lanka
 

snrajanims
Siddhi NATH Rajan

DST Project at ICMR, New Delhi

India
 

prich
Pat Rich

Canadian Medical Association

Canada
Asklepios: The CMA's new social networking site for Canadian physicians

 

norb19
Bronwen Richardson

Ministry of Health

Canada
 

carlosrizo
Carlos A. Rizo

Innovation Cell

Canada
 

trogers
Tim Rogers

CATIE

Canada
 

jrogers
June Rogers

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Canada
 

kris.romero
Kristoffer Romero

University of Toronto, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care

Canada
 

Donnarose123
Donna Rose

Capital Health

Canada
 

krys_ross
Krystyna Ross

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

heather.sanguins
Heather Sanguins

KMDI / University of Toronto

Canada
 

santoroe
Eugenio Santoro

Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research

Italy
 

nseeman
Neil Seeman

IBM Healthcare and Ryerson University

Canada
Inside the Health Blogosphere: Governance, Quality and the New Opinion Leaders

 

saulobortolon
Hilario Seibel Jr

CEFETES

Brazil
Using Wiki for a Large Medical Nomenclature Translation

 

yalinisen
Yalini Senathirajah

Columbia University

United States
 

kenseto
Ken Seto

OntarioMD

Canada
Facilitating Online Collaboration and Communication: A Groups Approach

 

shachak
Aviv Shachak

University of Toronto

Canada
Collaborative Knowledge Translation: Application of a Wiki Model for Primary Care Practitioners

 

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shouerym@mskcc.org
Marwan Shouery

MSKCC

United States
 

roy
Roy Shubhabrata

Microsoft


 

denisesilber
Denise A. Silber

Basil Strategies

France
 

samhsolomon
Sam Solomon

National Review of Medicine

Canada
Medical Bloggers Panel

 

nsolomons
Nan M Solomons

NaviMedix

United States
 

cpac
Brad Suisham

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Canada
 

rsun
Rong Sun

ROHCG and University of Ottawa

Canada
 

swayzedr
Daniel Swayze

Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania, Inc.

United States
 

ltaylor
Lee Taylor

HSFO

Canada
 

jespertegner
jesper n tegner

karolinska institutet

Sweden
 

tooti
Toomas Timpka

Link÷ping University

Sweden
Web 2.0 systems supporting childhood chronic disease management: a general architecture compliant with the WHA eHealth Resolution

 

wstuil
Wouter Tuil

Re:publik

Netherlands
 

tysiaczny
Chris Tysiaczny

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Canada
 

SaraUrowitz
Sara Urowitz

Princess Margaret Hospital/University Health Network

Canada
From Social Networks to Social Medicine: Exploring the role of online interventions

 

vahdat
davood vahdat

Payame noor university

Iran, Islamic Republic Of
 

miesvaneenbergen
Maria C.H.J. Van Eenbergen

www.ikcnet.nl/ikz

Netherlands
 

lisettevangemert
Lisette Van Gemert-Pijnen

Universiteit Twente

Netherlands
 

Trevor
Trevor D V Van Mierlo

V-CC Systems Inc.

Canada
Moderated online social networking for smokers: Content of first posts from 2,562 members

 

nelly_van_uden
Cornelia F. Van Uden-kraan

University of Twente

Netherlands
Empowerment by Participation in Online Support Groups for Patients with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Breast Cancer

Patient-initiated Online Support Groups: Motives for Initiation, Extent of Success and Success Factors

 

robertverheij
ROBERT VERHEIJ

NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH

Netherlands
Hesitative Introduction of E-mail consultations in General Practice

 

rod
Rod Ward

University of the West of England, Bristol

United Kingdom
The potential and challenges of Web 2.0 in the education of healthcare professionals.

 

kuangyi
Kuang-Yi Wen

Fox Chase Cancer Center

United States
 

LWhitehead
Lisa Whitehead

University of Otago

New Zealand
 

rwhittaker
Robyn Whittaker

university of auckland

New Zealand
 

steveann
David O. Wiebers, M.D.

Preventive Medicine, LLC

United States
Preventive Medicine and the Allen Behavioral Change Model: A Collaboration for Health Behavior Change Using Web-based Interventions

 

DWiljer
David Wiljer

Princess Margaret Hospital

Canada
 

pwise
Patricia Wise

HIMSS

United States
 

witteman
Holly O Witteman

Universit├ę Laval

Canada
Not every site needs a wiki: A conceptual framework for health Websites

 

ewf30000
Alan Yung

Student

Canada
 

waffle168
Adrian Zai

Massachusetts General Hospital

United States
 

azbib
Ahmad M Zbib

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

Canada
 

zhangf
Feng Zhang

Stanford University

United States
 
 


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