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Jennifer Aaker

Stanford University

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Endre Aas

Innlandet Hospital Trust

Norway
 

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Paul Abramson

My Doctor Medical Group

United States
Quantified Self and the Self-tracking Patient

 

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Michael Ahdoot

Stanford School of Medicine

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Carina Ahlberg

Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Sweden
 

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Carolyn R Ahlers-schmidt

University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita

United States
Structured Interviews Regarding Immunization Communication and Text Message Reminders

 

osmanahmed
Osman Hassan Ahmed

Centre for Physiotherapy Research, University of Otago

New Zealand
iCon: Utilizing Facebook to Deliver Best-Practice Concussion Management

 

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lilas
Lilas Ali

Gothenburg University

Sweden
Design of Web-based Support Systems in Less Structured Contexts - the Case of Young Carers

In Pursuit of Quality and Usefulness regarding Web-based Support for Young Carers of Persons with Mental Illness

Young Adult Carers in the Risk Zone. Design of a Health-Promoting, Randomized Two-armed Controlled Trial for Young Adults Who Support People with Mental Illness

The Impact of a Web-based Intervention on Young Informal Carers of People with Mental Illness

 

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Susan Anderson

Stanford

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Richard Anderson

Riander

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Sangita Annamalai

University of California, Berkeley

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Jill Antonides

Sutter Health Peninsula Coastal Region

United States
 

patarchambault
Patrick Michel Archambault

Université Laval

Canada
Emergency Physicians’ Beliefs About Their Intention to Use Wiki-based Reminders to Promote Evidence-based Trauma Care

 

armayones
Manuel Armayones

Fundacio Universitat Oberta de Catalunya-Internet Interdisciplinary Institute

Spain
Aptic, Developing a Social Network for E-patients: Lesson Learned

 

psauerbach
Paul Auerbach

Stanford University

United States
 

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Patrick Avila

Stanford Medical School

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Deborah Balfanz

Stanford Prevention Research Center/ Health Improvement Program

United States
 

bamidis
Panagiotis D Bamidis

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

Greece
To 2.0 or to 3.0 ? Contemporary Challenges for Medical Education from the MEducator Project

 

alexbangs
Alex Bangs

Crescendo Bioscience

United States
 

sbarclay
Scott Barclay

Surescripts LLC

United States
 

richard_barg
Richard N Barg

University of California, San Francisco

United States
 

mdb49
Michael Barnes

Brigham Young University, Department of Health Science

United States
Protecting Health in a Social Media World: Healthcare and Human Service Responses to Online Threats

Health-Promoting Apps: a Content Analysis

 

jamesbarrett
James Barrett

Brigham Young University

United States
Protecting Health in a Social Media World: Healthcare and Human Service Responses to Online Threats

Health-Promoting Apps: a Content Analysis

 

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Patrick Barron
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Michele Barry

Center for Innovation in Global Health

United States
High-Tech Meets Low-Resource: Applying Innovation in a Global Health Context

 

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Ramin Bastani

Qpid.me, Inc.

United States
Behavior Change and Mobile Health Technology Panel: a Trifecta Strategy for Successful Design

 

tom_zorg20
Tom van de Belt

Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre

Netherlands
Social Media in European Hospitals: A Descriptive Study

Wikis as an Opportunity to Improve Patient Participation in Developing Information Leaflets: A demonstration project in infertility patients.

 

jbender
Jackie Bender

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

Canada
What Is the Role of Online Support for the Supporters? a Multi-Method Study Examining the Use of Online Communities among Breast Cancer Peer Support Providers

 

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Marcel Bensch

HalloDr.com / University of California Santa Barbara

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Adrian Berg

Stanford University Undergraduate

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Liza Bernstein
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Sandra Berríos-torres
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Renee Berry

BeMoRe

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Peter Binfield

PLoS ONE

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Allison Blass

DiabetesMine

United States
 

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Dhruv Boddupalli

Stanford Medical School

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Mark S. Boguski

Resounding Health Incorporated and Celebrity Diagnosis LLC

United States
The Goody-Gaga Effect: Health Communication at the Nexus of Social Media & Popular Culture

How to Experience Resounding Health

 

cbond
Carol S Bond

Bournemouth University

United Kingdom
Online Discussion Boards as Research Data; Exploring the Ethical Issues.

 

rbooth
Richard Booth

Western University

Canada
A Systematic Review of Published Accounts of Social Media Use within Nursing: Where Practice Outpaces Research

 

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Deborah Boyce

Toledo Community Oncology Program

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Jacob Boye Hansen

HealthTerm.com

Denmark
 

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Annette D Boyer

CECity, Vice President, Business Development

United States
An Innovative Approach to Patient Education

 

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Dennis Boyle

IDEO

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Fabrício Braga

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Brazil
 

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Bart J Brandenburg

Medicinfo Tilburg and IBR Centre for E-health Reasearch

Netherlands
What Lies Around the Bend? Exploring Next Steps in Social Media and Primary Care

 

GBransfordDVM
Grace Fleming Bransford

veterinary medicine

United States
 

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Kim Bullock

Stanford - Psychiatry

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nataliebyrom
Natalie Louise Byrom

University of Warwick

United Kingdom
Going (Digital) Native: Involving Young People in Medicine 2.0 Research

 

jcafazzo
Joseph A Cafazzo

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
Mobile Phone-Based Remote Patient Monitoring for Heart Failure Management: a Randomized Controlled Trial

A Mobile Phone-Based Self-Management System for Adolescents with Type I Diabetes

 

Tina
Christine Ann Campbell

RealTime Health / University of Melbourne

Australia
 

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Stu Card

Palo Alto Research Center

United States
Tablet-based Cognitive Aids Reduce Errors and Increase Coordination in Crisis Care Teams

Large Screen and Tablet-based Interactive Cognitive Aids for Crisis Care

 

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Marc J Carmichael, Ph.d.

Stanford University School of Medicine

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Anna Caruana

Section of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health - Department of Experimental and Applied Medicine - University of Brescia

Italy
2010 Influenza and Vaccine Information Available on the Web

 

mcasselman
Mark Casselman

University Health Network

Canada
A Mobile Phone-Based Self-Management System for Adolescents with Type I Diabetes

 

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Gustavo Chavez

Stanford University

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ChayraCom

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Charlie Cheever

Quora

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Frank Chen

Stanford

United States
Analyzing Frames of Reference for the Design of Physically Active Games

 

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Prajesh Narendra Chhanabhai

University of Otago

New Zealand
Text Me or Facebook Me: The Use of Mobile and Social Network's by Gen Y to Share Health Information

 

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Bonnie Chien

Stanford Medical School

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Sridhar Chilimuri

Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center

United States
 

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Kelly Choi

QuantiaMD

United States
 

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Raymond Choi

Stanford School of Medicine

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Taridzo Chomutare

University Hospital of North Norway

Norway
Review of IPhone Applications for Diabetes Self-Management

 

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Neil Blair Christensen

John Wiley & Sons

United States
 

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Lane Medical Library, Stanford School of Medicine

United States
 

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cirimele
Jesse Cirimele

Stanford University

United States
Tablet-based Cognitive Aids Reduce Errors and Increase Coordination in Crisis Care Teams

 

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Michael Claeys

Stanford Cancer Institute

United States
 

saraclarke
Sara Newman Clarke

Newco

United States
 

kclauson
Kevin A. Clauson

Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy

United States
Impact of Texting and Predictive Potential of Health Literacy on Medication Adherence in T2DM

 

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Michael Conlon

University of Florida

United States
 

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Jared Cordova

DocSpot

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Andrea A Cortinois

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation

Canada
Public EHealth in Latin America and the Caribbean: Nurturing Innovation, Developing Communities, Improving Health Equity

 

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Paul Costello

Stanford University

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Graham Creasey

Stanford University

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David Cronin
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Daniel Crowe

Atrius Health/Southboro Medical Group

United States
 

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Rik Crutzen

Maastricht University/CAPHRI

Netherlands
Using Google Analytics as a Process Evaluation Method for Internet-delivered Interventions: a Commendable Example on Sexual Health

 

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John Daigre

Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI)

United States
 

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Sudeb Dalai

Stanford University

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Stanford Hospital and Clinics

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Isabelle David

University of Montreal

Canada
A Qualitative Study on the Development of an Interprofessional Virtual Community of Practice

 

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Stanford University Medical Center

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Amy Davis

Sutter Health/Palo Alto Medical Foundation

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Nick Dawson

Bon Secours Health System

United States
 

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Rachel De Sain

Flaxworks

Australia
 

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Alex De Winter

Mohr Davidow

United States
 

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School of Medicine

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Stefaan Debrauwer

MD

Belgium
Mobile Web Enabled Check-in of Patients at the Emergency Room: a Win.Win.Win Method Featuring Active Patient Participation and Collaboration.

Mobile Web ER-referral for General Practioners: Improving Communication and Collaboration in Emergency Medicine.

 

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Josh Deford

Alliance Health Networks

United States
 

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Marisa Desai

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford

United States
 

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Sumbul Desai

SOM/SHC

United States
 

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Parvati Dev

CliniSpace

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Albert Diaz

Orthopaedic Specialists of Connecticut

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Wil Dubois

Diabetes Mine

United States
 

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Jennifer Lieu-Chi Dubrawski

Stanford University Fellow

United States
 

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David Duncan

Wired

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Jennifer Shine Dyer

Duet Health

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American Medical Association

United States
 

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Kevin Eisenmann

UCSF University Relations

United States
 

melf
Mikael Elf

Department of psychology, University of Gothenburg; Vårdal Institute, The Swedish Institute for Health Science

Sweden
Design of Web-based Support Systems in Less Structured Contexts - the Case of Young Carers

In Pursuit of Quality and Usefulness regarding Web-based Support for Young Carers of Persons with Mental Illness

Young Adult Carers in the Risk Zone. Design of a Health-Promoting, Randomized Two-armed Controlled Trial for Young Adults Who Support People with Mental Illness

 

pierree
Pierre Elias

Rice University & Duke University School of Medicine

United States
A User-Driven Web Application to Explore Treatment Options for Lower Back Pain

InSpire to Play (Promote Lung Assessment in Youth): Evolving the Self-Management Paradigms of Young People with Asthma

 

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Cordelia Erickson-davis

Stanford Medical School

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Elizabeth M Estes

GA Communication Group

United States
 

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Ramez Ethnasios

UCLA-Olive View Medical Center

United States
 

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Gunther Eysenbach

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University Health Network

Canada
Infodemiology and Infoveillance: Innovative Methods and Tools to Measure, Track, and Analyze Population Health-Relevant Unstructured Data from the Internet and Social Media

 

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FutureMed

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Nancy Federspiel

Institute for Immunity, Transplantation, & Infection; Center for Innovation in Global Health

United States
 

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Edward G Feil

Oregon Research Institute

United States
Fidelity and Monitoring of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care Using a Multi-Media Internet-based System

 

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Marty Felsenthal

HLM Venture Partners

United States
 

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Dean Field

MD

United States
 

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Carlos Figueroa Castro

Boone Infectious Disease

United States
 

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Robert S Fishman

Member, Stanford Medical Center Alumni Association

United States
 

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Candace Fleming

University of San Francisco

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Linda Fogg-philips

Facebook for Parents

United States
Making Home the Heart of Health: Today's Tools & Techniques

 

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Seanan Fong

Stanford

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Ulla Forsbeck Olsson

Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Stockholm County Council

Sweden
 

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Rachel Fournier

Evolution Health Systems

Canada
Montre à La Cigarette C’est Qui Le Boss! Using Highly Tailored Text Messages to Help Young Adults Quit Smoking

 

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Jeana H Frost

VU University Amsterdam, KankerNL

Netherlands
Combining Social Media and Virtual Coaching for building open cooperative care communities.

Formulating a Design Process for Medicine 2.0: The Case of Kanker.nl

 

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Ann Fuller

Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Canada
 

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Linette Fung

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

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David Gaba

Stanford University

United States
Can a Head-mounted Display Interface Alleviate Ergonomic Challenges in Ultrasound-guided Regional Anesthesia?

 

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Dan Galles

HLM Venture Partners

United States
 

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University of Maryland

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University of California, Davis

United States
 

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Umberto Gelatti

Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine – University of Brescia

Italy
2010 Influenza and Vaccine Information Available on the Web

Drug-selling Websites: a New Scenario in Public Health? A Systematic Review

Health Information to Citizens: a Content Analysis of Italian Websites Dealing with the Theme of “Waste and Health”

 

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Daniel Goldberg, Md

WPP

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Stanford Anesthesia

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Rich Goldstein

UTSPH/Shanti Health Network

United States
 

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Vidhya Gopalakrishnan

Neuraltus Pharmaceuticals

United States
 

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Zach Gostout

Blueprint Health Inc.

United States
 

fragra
Francisco J Grajales III

University of British Columbia

Canada
Using Social Media Applications in Academic Research

 

lgrama
Lakshmi M Grama

US National Cancer Institute

United States
Leveraging a Contact Center to Support Facebook Community Management: The National Cancer Institute Experience

 

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Kathleen Gray

University of Melbourne

Australia
Public Engagement with Biomedical Research through Smartphone-based Augmented Reality

 

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Cynthia Greaves

Sutter Health, Peninsula Coastal Region

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Stanford University

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Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis

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Nicholas A Grosskopf

York College of The City University of New York

United States
Behavior Change and Mobile Health Technology Panel: a Trifecta Strategy for Successful Design

 

Andrija
Andrija S. Grustam

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Netherlands
 

lisaneal
Lisa Gualtieri

Tufts University School of Medicine

United States
Communicating the Experience of Illness through Patient Blogs

 

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Frey Gugsa

UC Berkeley

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Flavio Alvim Guimaraes

Infosalutis

Brazil
 

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William Gunn

Mendeley Research Networks

United States
Connecting Heathcare Researchers to Information

 

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David H. Gustafson

University of Wisconsin - Madison

United States
Smartphone Application to Prevent Alcohol Relapse: a Clinical Trial

 

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Morisa Guy

MED/GMD

United States
 

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Habif Health and Performance LLC

United States
Behavior Change and Mobile Health Technology Panel: a Trifecta Strategy for Successful Design

 

michaelhalaas
Michael Halaas

Stanford University School of Medicine

United States
 

lostonroute66
David Hale

National Library of Medicine

United States
From Data to Wisdom: Baking Knowledge and Expertise into Government Health Data

 

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Epocrates

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Margaret M Hansen

University of San Francisco

United States
Using Social Media Applications in Academic Research

Improving Medical Interns’ Levels of Clinical Skills Competence and Self-Confidence Levels via Video IPods: a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

 

clh239
Carl L Hanson

Master of Public Health- Brigham Young University

United States
Protecting Health in a Social Media World: Healthcare and Human Service Responses to Online Threats

Health-Promoting Apps: a Content Analysis

 

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Eve Harris

eveharris.com

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kyle_harrison
Kyle Harrison

Stanford University

United States
Can a Head-mounted Display Interface Alleviate Ergonomic Challenges in Ultrasound-guided Regional Anesthesia?

 

gunnar
Gunnar Hartvigsen

University of Tromso, Norway & Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine

Norway
Review of IPhone Applications for Diabetes Self-Management

 

janohavas
Jano Havas

Regional Public Health Service South Limburg, Youth Health Care Division

Netherlands
 

brittha
Britt Hedman Ahlström

Institute of Health and Care Sciences at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg,The Vårdal Institute, The Swedish National Healthcare and Sciences, Sweden

Sweden
Focus on Every-day Life: Internet-based Support and Coaching for Young Adults with Neuropsychiatric Disorders - a Chat-log Analysis

 

haheilemann
Heidi Heilemann

Stanford School of Medicine

United States
 

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Karl Hempel

TPCA

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Hendrix
Ron Hendrix

Laboratorium Microbiologie Twente Achterhoek

Netherlands
 

jhenning
Joanna Kaylene Henning

Eli Lilly

United States
 

luria
Ross Hetherington

The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto

Canada
Online Patient Education for Teenagers: Disease Self-Management and Medical Decision Support

 

gillian_hilton
Gillian Hilton

Stanford University School of Medicine

United States
 

lawrence_rusty_hofmann
Lawrence "rusty" Hofmann

Interventional Radiology

United States
 

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Dag Are Steenhoff Hov

Congress participant

Norway
 

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shughes5
Shannon Hughes

Utah State University

United States
Challenges to Scientific Validity in Researching the Anonymous Online User

 

andrewisham
Andrew Isham

University of Wisconsin - Madison

United States
Smartphone Application to Prevent Alcohol Relapse: a Clinical Trial

 

biuliano
Blase Bulan Iuliano

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford

United States
 

brooklineraj
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