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Medicine X is pleased to announce its first eBook, entitled Our e-Patients. The book is designed to provide insight into our 2012 Stanford Medicine X | Alliance Health e-Patient Scholarship program and will share the stories of the 35 e-patient scholars attending the conference September 28-30, 2012.

The book includes contributing text from Larry Chu, MD, Nick Dawson, Regina Holliday, Julia James and Amy Tenderich. It also features the artwork of Regina Holliday. A selection of e-patient profiles from the Stanford Medicine X Film series is also included in this enhanced eBook. The book was produced by the Stanford AIM lab.

The book is available free of charge (for iBook, please load from your iPad). Full version 232MB, has videos. Lite version 18MB, has no videos :

 

How to install the iBook on your iPad:

  1. Load this web page in your web browser on your iPad.
  2. Click the iBook icon above. The file should begin to download in your iPad Safari browser.
  3. Please be patient as the book downloads. It is 232MB and may take several minutes depending upon the speed of your Internet connection.
  4. When the iBook is finished downloading, you will see the following appear in your Safari window:
  5. Press the Open in “iBooks” button. Please be patient. The iPad may not appear to be doing anything but it is reading the book into the iBooks app. Within a minute or two, the book should open automatically in the iBooks app.
  6. Enjoy reading our book in the iBooks app.

I don’t have an iPad. Can I still read the book?

  1. Sure! Just click the “PDF” icon above and you can load the book as a standard PDF file.
  2. Please note, enhancements such as the videos included in the iBook won’t play in the PDF file.

 

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  • michael seres
    Reply

    So incredible proud to be an e-patient scholar and contributor to this e-patient ebook. Congratulations Larry on an incredible job. Extremely excited to be meeting you all at Medicine X.

  • Tim Gort
    Reply

    Larry (and team) did a wonderful job putting this eBook together. Great job all involved. Regina’s artwork really sets off and complements each individual story. Can’t wait to meet these amazing people in person!

  • Carolyn Thomas
    Reply

    Well done, Larry and Stanford AIM lab! This is not only a beautifully-produced book (I especially enjoyed “my” page 42!) but it contains so much useful ‘value-added’ extras (as we say in PR) such as Nick Dawson’s “Ask Paxton” piece.

    It’s also a basic primer for other universities/health care organizations who want to finally include patients in future conferences. Thanks so much for this – see you next month!

  • Margaret Ferrante
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    Fantastic job putting this innovation forward! The iPad download is an excellent eBook and thank you for making it so available. As a health care provider with social media contact galore, let me agree that patients are so ready for this! Patient inclusion and participation can only move medicine forward together with doctors. Thank you for all, Larry and Stanford AIM Lab.

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  • [...] of the 35 ePatient scholars attending the Stanford Medicine X conference this Sept. 28-30. Chu writes on the Medicine X blog: The book includes contributing text from [Chu], Nick Dawson, Regina [...]

  • [...] Regina Holliday, whose son happens to be featured in a recent YRC video submission, is a special kind of patient advocate who’s gaining national attention. She was widowed in 2009 after her husband Fred died of kidney cancer at age 39. Regina quickly began expressing her patient advocacy through art. She’s painted dozens of posters and murals illustrating the patient experience — many of them created on-site at health conferences around the country. Most recently, she also painted all the illustrations for the ePatient eBook promoting Stanford’s upcoming MedX Conference. [...]

  • [...] met many extremely talented ePatients at Stanford’s Medicine X – all motivated to educate and support others with and about [...]

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