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Medicine 2.0'09 (Toronto, Canada)


 
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CelinaAgaton
Celina Agaton

Wikinomics

Canada
 

saadalam
Saad Alam

Eli Lilly

United States
Eviscerating Pride and Profit? Young, Interconnected, Innovators Examine Strategies for Multi-Generational Success in the Era of Social Media

 

mariaralonso
Maria R Alonso

University of Miami-NorthCentral University

United States
 

kallikreinogen
Eduardo Alvarado

Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredi

Peru
 

shivaamiri
Shiva Amiri

British High Commission

Canada
 

TalatAshraf
Talat Ashraf

University of Toronto

Canada
 

juliavbailey
Julia V Bailey

University College London

United Kingdom
Computer-Based Interventions for Sexual Health: a Systematic Review

 

suma123
Judy Batay

Health Correspondent

Canada
 

tbean
Tupper Bean

Centre for Effective Practice

Canada
Tobacco Control 2.0 Panel

 

dbeemsigne
Daniel Beemsigne

University of Toronto

Canada
 

jbender
Jackie Bender

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

Canada
Apomediation and Women's Choices of Birth Place and Attendants

 

kim123
Kim lori Bercovitz

The Research Doctor Inc.

Canada
 

tbernard
Theresa Bernardo

Pan American Health Organization

United States
Coordinating the International Emergency Response to Influenza A(h1n1) by Combining Social Networking and Traditional Media

 

plumaletta
Plumaletta Berry

University of Toronto

Canada
 

MarcoB
Marco Boneschi

Università Svizzera italiana

Switzerland
Design and Implementation of a Web-based Tailored Gymnasium to Enhance Self-management of Fibromyalgia

 

kirsti
Kirsten J Broadfoot

Sterena.com

United States
Clinical Care in the ‘Spaces in Between’: Web 2.0 and the Communicative Reformation of Clinical Practice.

 

Brownad
Adalsteinn Brown

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Canada
 

jcafazzo
Joseph A Cafazzo

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
Designing a User-Centric Remote Patient Monitoring System to Facilitate Heart Failure Self-Care

Mobile Devices for Nursing: a Comparative Human Factors Evaluation

 

cbctoro
Carey Brooke Candrian

University of Colorado, Boulder

United States
Clinical Care in the ‘Spaces in Between’: Web 2.0 and the Communicative Reformation of Clinical Practice.

 

catherinepavel
Dafna Carr

Cancer Care Ontario

Canada
 

pcarson
Peter Carson

Envision IT

Canada
 

cassels
Alan K. E. Cassels

University of Victoria

Canada
Panel: Online Grading of Health News Reporting: >2,500 Stories in 3 Countries

 

ninadchaubal
Ninad Chaubal

JMIR

Canada
 

yunanc
Yunan Chen

University of California Irvine

United States
The Impact of Accessing Medical Records on Care Coordination and Disease Management

 

andrewsycheng
Andrew Cheng

University of Toronto

Canada
 

kcheung
Kei Cheung

Yale Center for Medical Informatics

United States
OrphanData.org: Enabling Transdisciplinary Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0

 

cynthia.mei.chew
Cynthia Mei Chew

University of Toronto

Canada
Pandemics in the Age of Twitter: Content Analysis of “Tweets” During the H1N1 Outbreak

 

chint
Tim Chin

University of Waterloo

Canada
 

tchiu
Teresa Chiu

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

China
 

lamiachowdhury
Lamia Chowdhury

University of Toronto

Canada
 

kclauson
Kevin A. Clauson

Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy

United States
Web 2.0-mediated Blended Learning: Separating Fact from Fiction

Ethics 2.0: Implications for Connected Health (Panel with interactive audience response system)

Readability of the Top 50 Prescribed Drugs in Wikipedia

 

mconsens
Mariano Consens

U of T

Canada
 

lcornacchia
Louis Cornacchia

Doctations, Inc.

United States
The Role of MultiTenancy Architectures in Healthcare It

 

loredana
Loredana Covolo

University of Brescia

Italy
What do Portals for Doctors Offer? A Qualitative Analysis of their Features for the Enrichment of Expert Knowledge

Analysis of Websites Offering Direct-to-consumer Genetic Tests: the Possible Implications on Public Health

 

acreamer
Andrew Thomas Creamer

Simmons College, Boston MA

United States
Biomedical Information Evaluation for a Regional E-Science Portal to Support Learning and Collaboration among Health Information Professionals.

 

ccripps
Carla Cripps

University of Toronto,HPME

Canada
 

petecronin
Pete Cronin

TELUS

Canada
 

bcugelman
Brian Cugelman

University of Wolverhampton

United Kingdom
The Psychology of Mass-Interpersonal Behavioural Change Websites

 

mdahlweid
Michael Dahlweid

iSOFT Health

United Kingdom
 

ashdamle
Ash Damle

MEDgle

United States
Enabling Semantic Health Apps: The MEDgle Clinical Decision Support Service Api

 

epatientdave
E-patient Dave Debronkart

Society for Participatory Medicine

United States
Keynote: "Gimme My Damn Data!"

 

rdgdias
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jdumas69
Jean Dumas

Université du Québec à Montréal

Canada
 

dzenowagisj
Joan Dzenowagis

World Health Organization

Switzerland
Ethics 2.0: Implications for Connected Health (Panel with interactive audience response system)

 

claytical
Clay Ewing

Parsons the New School for Design

United States
 

admin2
Gunther Eysenbach

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University Health Network

Canada
Pandemics in the Age of Twitter: Content Analysis of “Tweets” During the H1N1 Outbreak

 

mfam
Mark Fam

Deloitte

Canada
Personal Health Records: Helping Consumers Take the Driver’s Seat

Health Care Consumerism – Understanding the Behaviours That Will Impact Health System Design

 

1wisep
Judith Feder

Brodeur Partners

United States
E-Patients and Chronic Illness:Commonalities and Differences among Breast Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and Marfan Syndrome Health E-Community Members

 

jfrost
Jeana H Frost

PatientsLikeMe

United States
Patients Informing Practice: Post-Marketing Drug Data in PatientsLikeMe, an Patient-Centered Online Community (closing keynote - winner of the JMIR Medicine 2.0 Award 2009)

 

garciad
Diana Garcia

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

United States
 

ugelatti
Umberto Gelatti

Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine – University of Brescia

Italy
Persuasion Strategies of Online Pharmacies: How the Web Transforms Patients into Consumers

What do Portals for Doctors Offer? A Qualitative Analysis of their Features for the Enrichment of Expert Knowledge

Analysis of Websites Offering Direct-to-consumer Genetic Tests: the Possible Implications on Public Health

 

jvangemert-pijnen
Lisette Gemert-pijnen Van

University of Twente

Netherlands
 

giacobam
Michele Giacobazzi

Università della Svizzera Italiana

Switzerland
Design and Implementation of a Web-based Tailored Gymnasium to Enhance Self-management of Fibromyalgia

 

petalmd
Patrice Gilbert

PetalMD

Canada
 

jgillett
Jane Gillett

ONF

Canada
 

fragra
Francisco J Grajales III

University of British Columbia

Canada
Enabling Semantic Health Apps: The MEDgle Clinical Decision Support Service Api

Ethics 2.0: Implications for Connected Health (Panel with interactive audience response system)

Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Virtual-Reality Medical Training: The Ann Myers Medical Centre

Success in Virtual Clinics for Hispanics: Lessons Learned from Forumclinic Users

 

igrau
Maria Inmaculada Grau

Hospital Clinic de Barcelona * Fundación iSYS

Spain
 

lisangualtieri
Lisa N Gualtieri

Tufts University School of Medicine

United States
Improving Patient-Physician Communication about Internet Use: Why “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Doesn’t Work

 

Sylvia
Sylvia Hagopian

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

tedhains
Ted h Hains

Hains Marketing

Canada
 

lostonroute66
David Hale

National Library of Medicine

United States
Pillbox: Enhancing Patient Safety through a Mashup of Government Data, High-Resolution Imaging and Analysis, and Community-Developed Tools

 

thanss
Ted Hanss

University of Michigan Medical School

United States
Skin, Flesh and Bones: An Anatomy of Health Education 2.0

 

Henry2009
David Alexander Henry

Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Canada
Panel: Online Grading of Health News Reporting: >2,500 Stories in 3 Countries

 

paulahicks
Paula Hicks

Trinity College Dublin

Ireland
Solas - a Virtual Community for Children with Cancer

 

paulahucko
Paula Hucko

HSAGlobal

Canada
Social Healthcare Networks - Leveraging Social Networking Technologies and Approaches to Connect Patients and Clinicians

 

chiah
Chia Hwu

23andMe

United States
Eviscerating Pride and Profit? Young, Interconnected, Innovators Examine Strategies for Multi-Generational Success in the Era of Social Media

 

ajadad
Alejandro Ricardo Jadad

University Health Network

Canada
Facebook: Awareness-raising, Fundraising and Support for People Affected by Breast Cancer

 

shamsajiwani
Shamsa Sadruddin Jiwani

University of Toronto

Canada
 

breannej
Breanne John

Student

Canada
Good Intentions and Bad Investments: EHealth and the Reality of Market Forces

 

djuzwishin
Donald William Moore Juzwishin

JCI

Canada
Building Virtual Communities and Social Networking Applications for Health Care Policy Makers

 

dkavanagh
David Kavanagh

Queensland University of Technology

Australia
Websites on Addictive Disorders

 

mikekirkwood
Mike Kirkwood

Polka

United States
Pillbox: Enhancing Patient Safety through a Mashup of Government Data, High-Resolution Imaging and Analysis, and Community-Developed Tools

 

kofranek
Jiri Kofranek

Charles University Prague, Laboratory of Biocybernetics, 1st Medical Faculty

Czech Republic
Web Based Simulation Games With Multimedia E-learning Environment.

 

staconst
Stathis Th Konstantinidis

Norut

Norway
Research Issues of User-generated Medical Education Content

 

MoiraKorus
Moira Janet Korus

Sick Kids

Canada
 

claudia
Claudia Lai

HPME

Canada
 

spoedman
Christophe Robert Laurent

Hashington, ZorgusLive, SFZ.be

Belgium
Twitt-ER: Using Twitter in The E.R. for Dispatch, Order Com, Patient Alerts and Progress Reports towards the Waiting Room.

 

benita
Gunilla Lööf

Registered Nurse Anaesthetist

Sweden
 

cwlee
Cheryl Lee

University of Waterloo

Canada
 

alefebvre
Arlette Marie-Laure Lefebvre

Hospital for Sick Children

Canada
Web 2.0 at Work: Building Healthy Hospital Policy

 

hjl7
Hope Leman

Samaritan Health Services

United States
ScanGrants: Reaching Out to Researchers in the Health Sciences

 

lenha
Hanberger Lena

RN MSc

Sweden
Patient and Parents’ Views on the Web 2.0 Diabetes Portal - the Management Tool, the Generator and the Gatekeeper: Qualitative Study

 

jlorca
Julio Lorca

fesalud

Spain
 

nicholas_lucas@optusnet.com.au
Nicholas P Lucas

School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, University of Western Sydney

Australia
 

chen30
Chen Luo

National Institute of Health Innovation, School of Population Health, University of Auckland

New Zealand
Facebook: An Innovative Influenza Pandemic Early Warning System

 

doina.lupea@cancercare.on.ca
Doina Lupea

Cancer Care Ontario

Canada
 

Marcia64
Marcia Macedo Soares

University of São Paulo

Brazil
 

pmadziak
Peter J Madziak

Conestoga College

Canada
 

madalyn
Madalyn Marcus

York University

Canada
What Are Young Adults Saying About Mental Health? a Qualitative Analysis of Internet Blogs

 

Hassan
Hassan Masum

McLaughlin-Rotman Center for Global Health

Canada
 

matejak
Marek Matejak

First Medicine Faculty, Charles University, Prague

Czech Republic
Web Based Simulation Games With Multimedia E-learning Environment.

 

mmatthews
Michael Matthews

Deloitte

Canada
Personal Health Records: Helping Consumers Take the Driver’s Seat

 

jmccabegorman
Jen S Mccabe

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

United States
Eviscerating Pride and Profit? Young, Interconnected, Innovators Examine Strategies for Multi-Generational Success in the Era of Social Media

One Year Later: The NextHealth Model in Theory and Practice - Implementing Participatory Medicine Strategies and Exploring the Evolution of Choice/Control Aware Care

 

tmccurdie
Tara Mccurdie

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
Mobile Devices for Nursing: a Comparative Human Factors Evaluation

 

hmcilroy
Helen Genevieve Mcilroy

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

amymckeown
Amy Mckeown

University College, London

United Kingdom
Computerised Cognitive-behavioural Therapy for Prevention and Early Intervention in Anxiety and Depression: a Case Study of Xanthis

 

djbmcmur
Josephine Mcmurray

University of Waterloo

Canada
 

matic.meglic
Matic Meglic

National Institute of Public Health

Slovenia
Web and Mobile Process Support for Management of Patients with Depression: Preliminary Results of the Improvehealth.eu Randomized Controlled Trial

 

rmehta
Rhea Mehta

University of Toronto

Canada
 

ameier1
Andrea Meier

University of North Carolina, School of Social Work, emeritus professor

United States
 

niraj_mistry
Niraj Mistry

Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto

Canada
Web 2.0 at Work: Building Healthy Hospital Policy

 

amitchell
Arron Mitchell

Yale Center for Medical Informatics

United States
OrphanData.org: Enabling Transdisciplinary Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0

 

anamodino
Ana Modino

Universidad de Carlos III

Spain
 

moeinedin
Fatemeh Marjan Moeinedin

University Of Toronto

Canada
 

zkmohammed
Zaheer K Mohammed

Research Specialist

Canada
 

seergenius
Myrna Morales

National Network of Libraries of Medicine/NER

United States
Biomedical Information Evaluation for a Regional E-Science Portal to Support Learning and Collaboration among Health Information Professionals.

 

jmullen
James Andrew Mullen

University of Toronto Student

Canada
 

jmurphy3648
Jim Murphy

Sykes Assistance Services

Canada
 

peterjmurray
Peter J Murray

IMIA

United Kingdom
 

mjmurray
Mary Jane Murray

University of Toronto

Canada
 

rmurray9173
Robert David Murray

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
Betting on the Net: The Development of Www.ProblemGambling.ca

 

edunetto
Carlos eduardo de lima Netto

carlos alberto vieira de lima netto, maria suzanna liptak de lima netto

Brazil
 

nbouvierreims
Bouvier Nicolas

PhD

France
 

1nnijhof3
Nienke Nijhof

University of Twente

Netherlands
Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) For Dementia Patients And Their Caregivers: Effects On Care Coordination and Monitoring Sleep/Wake Rhythm

 

OREMUS
James UGOCHUKWU Njoku

MEDCHEM AFRICAN DRUGS COMPANY LTD

Nigeria
 

samno
Sam Nordfeldt

MD PhD

Sweden
Patient and Parents’ Views on the Web 2.0 Diabetes Portal - the Management Tool, the Generator and the Gatekeeper: Qualitative Study

 

cdnorman
Cameron Norman

University of Toronto

Canada
Tobacco Control 2.0 Panel

 

wanda
Wanda Olivares

Conestoga College

Canada
 

jolson34
Jennifer Olson

Health and Human Services

United States
 

greis
Grazia Orizio

Section of Hygiene Epidemiology and Public Health, Department of Experimental and Applied Medicine – University of Brescia (Italy)

Italy
Persuasion Strategies of Online Pharmacies: How the Web Transforms Patients into Consumers

What do Portals for Doctors Offer? A Qualitative Analysis of their Features for the Enrichment of Expert Knowledge

Analysis of Websites Offering Direct-to-consumer Genetic Tests: the Possible Implications on Public Health

 

Ossebaard
Hans C. Ossebaard

RIVM - Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment; University of Twente

Netherlands
 

samozersky
Sam Ozersky

Mensante Corporation

Canada
 

ambarish4786
Ambarish Pandey

University of Texas Southwestern medical center, Dallas, Texas

United States
Effective Use of Popular Internet Video Broadcast Site Youtube for Dissemination of Information about the Potential Pandemic of H1N1 Influenza

 

danielapaolotti
Daniela Paolotti

ISI Foundation

Italy
 

leoneraf
Rafael Pascual-leone

University of Toronto

Canada
 

passmand12
Dina Passman

Health and Human Services

United States
 

PatonChris
Chris Paton

University of Auckland

New Zealand
The New Zealand Health I.T. Knowledge Base

Facebook: An Innovative Influenza Pandemic Early Warning System

 

dpelcher
Devin Pelcher

Nova Southeastern University

United States
Readability of the Top 50 Prescribed Drugs in Wikipedia

 

lperrier
Laure Perrier

University of Toronto

Canada
 

vp-piguet
Valérie Piguet

Clinical Pharmacology, Geneva University Hospital

Switzerland
 

pluyepluye
Pierre Pluye

McGill University

Canada
The Information Assessment Method can help Information Providers to Integrate Health Professionals’ Constructive Feedback into the Management of Electronic Knowledge Resources

 

eraprakash17
Era Prakash

First DataBank

United States
 

YuriQuintana
Yuri Quintana

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

United States
 

arun98
Arun Kumar Radhakrishnan

University of Toronto

Canada
 

rajiv
Rajiv Rawat

Institute for Circumpolar Health Research

Canada
 

priben
Peter D. Riben

Interior Health Authority

Canada
 

prich
Pat Rich

Canadian Medical Association

Canada
Asklepios and Mydoctor.ca: Innovations for Canadian Doctors and Patients

 

ginerva66
Mary S Richardson

GlaxoSmithKline

United States
 

carlosrizo
Carlos A. Rizo

Innovation Cell

Canada
”Perfection,” “Micro-Thanks” and “Micro-Ideas”: New Crowd-sourcing Concepts to Improve the Patient Experience and Foster Constructive Deliberation on the Web

 

r0wsbud
Kathleen M Rose

National Board of Medical Examiners

United States
 

lausalam
Laura Salamanca

Researcher

Spain
Bikmas 2.0: a BIomedical Knowledge Management Antenna System

 

reza
Reza Samavi

University of Toronto

Canada
 

alexsavic
Alex Savic

ALENSA AG

Switzerland
Transformational Internet Technologies for Pharmacies

 

saschboris
Alexander Schachinger

Humboldt University Berlin, Partner University of UofT

Germany
 

sgary
Gary Schwitzer

Publisher, HealthNewsReview.org

United States
Panel: Online Grading of Health News Reporting: >2,500 Stories in 3 Countries

 

ekivemark
Mark Scrimshire

None

United States
We Will All Be Patients Someday - Instigating Health Care Transformation One Community at a Time through HealthCamps

 

PeterSelby
Peter Selby

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
Tobacco Control 2.0 Panel

CAN-ADAPTT - Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination and Adoption of Practice-Informed Tobacco Treatment

 

yalinisen
Yalini Senathirajah

Columbia University

United States
 

setoryoma
Ryoma Seto

Tokyo Healthcare University

Japan
Information Requirements of Citizens Using Hospital Information Services Provided by Prefectural Governments

 

sharpj@ccf.org
John Sharp

HIMSS

United States
Hospital Adoption of Medicine 2.0 - a Culture Shift

 

meducate
Lawrence Sherman

Prova Education

United States
CME/CPD 2.0 Are We Close?

 

john_strauss
John Strauss

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Canada
 

Sayaka
Sayaka Sugimoto

Faculty of Information

Canada
 

yoshi
Yoshimitsu Takahashi

Kyoto University

Japan
Use of the Internet for Health-related Information in Japan: a Cross-sectional Population-based Survey

 

cthoer
Christine Thoer

University of Quebec in Montreal

Canada
Internet: a Resource for Young Adults who Use Prescription Drugs for Recreation

 

pcraig
Craig Thompson

SharingStrength.ca

Canada
 

dottor_t
Alberto Eugenio Tozzi

Ospedale Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy

Italy
 

tysiaczny
Chris Tysiaczny

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Canada
Professional Portal to Client Portal – The Evolution of ProblemGambling.ca

 

tre5or
Trevor D van Mierlo

Research Associate, Henley Business School, University of Reading; CEO & Founder, Evolution Health Systems Inc.

Canada
Good Intentions and Bad Investments: EHealth and the Reality of Market Forces

 

tamar_meyer
Louise Walker

CAMH

Canada
CAN-ADAPTT - Canadian Action Network for the Advancement, Dissemination and Adoption of Practice-Informed Tobacco Treatment

 

DeirdreWalsh
Deirdre Walsh

CustomerLab

Canada
 

rwhittaker
Robyn Whittaker

university of auckland

New Zealand
STUB IT: an RCT of a multimedia mobile phone smoking cessation intervention

Facebook: An Innovative Influenza Pandemic Early Warning System

 

john383
John Moore Wiecha

Boston University Medical Center

United States
Learning In a Virtual World: Experience With Using Second Life for Medical Education

 

DEW
David E Wiljer

Princess Margaret Hospital

Canada
 

witteman
Holly O Witteman

Université Laval

Canada
Apomediation and Women's Choices of Birth Place and Attendants

 

narayeon
Nara Yeon

KAIST

Korea, Republic Of
 

Jane
Jane Jihyun Yoon

KAIST

Korea, Republic Of
 

colleen_young
Colleen Young
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