Medicine 2.0 Social Network

(the following announcement was sent out by email to all users in the Medicine 2.0 database on July, 20th, 2011. Note that we are phasing out the crowdvine social network and use an "in-house" social network instead)

Given that the abstracts for Medicine 2.0'12 are now posted
we wish to remind presenters and participants that the Medicine 2.0 website
has a "mini-social networking" facility allowing you to connect with others
before the conference.

(From the abstracts, click on any presenter name to see his/her profile)

Please take a moment to check your profile information and also to check if
you are signed up for email notifications regarding Stanford 2011.

In your profile settings, there are some additional privacy checkboxes
which allow you to determine whether your profile should be visible on our
website (and also in the QR code of the conference badge at Stanford).

1. Go to your USER HOME and then the profile page
(reset your password if you forgot it)

2. Check your notification preference checkboxes: Opt in or opt out of any
future email notifications for past or future Med2 conferences. We will NOT
send any future mailings about Stanford 2011 & beyond unless the respective
checkmark is checked.

3. Change the privacy settings for your public profile and QR badge

4. Optionally: Upload your picture! (required if you want to attend
Stanford - pics will be on the badges)

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns - and we look
forward seeing you in Stanford.


Gunther Eysenbach MD MPH
Medicine 2.0 Producer

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