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Stanford Medicine X and Symplur announce social media analytics research challenge

Stanford Medicine X and Symplur are pleased to announce a joint initiative designed to spark scholarly research activity in healthcare social media. The Stanford Medicine X | Symplur Signals Research Challenge seeks to engage all healthcare stakeholders in healthcare social media research. Why ask questions about healthcare social media? Social media use in healthcare and […]
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On Mobile Health Tracking

The following was written by Risha Bera, a member of the 2014 Medicine X Student Leadership Program. Risha is currently a medical student at University of California at Irvine. Self-tracking health in a mobile application offers an interesting way for healthy and ill patients to understand their personal health. Kyra Bobinet described how one woman used […]
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Medicine X 2014 Summary, Nicholas Vu

The following was written by Medicine X Student Advisor Nicholas Vu. Nicholas is a pharmacy student at the University of California at San Diego. Glowsticks, MisFit Shines, a wellness room with a refrigerator for medications, and Zoë Chu, the dog – these were all aspects of Stanford Medicine X, as envisioned by the creative mind […]
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Mobile Technology in Medicine

The following was written by Risha Bera, a member of the 2014 Medicine X Student Leadership Program. Risha is currently a medical student at University of California at Irvine. For the last three years, University of California, Irvine has studied how iPads have improved the quality of education throughout the four years of medical school. Most […]
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Participatory medicine, a roving duffel bag, and new relationships

The following was written by Laura Haley (@llhaley), a member of the 2014 Medicine X Student Leadership Program. Laura is currently a medical student at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. At Medicine X on September 5-7, Nick Dawson, President-elect of the Society for Participatory Medicine, described a paragon of participatory medicine: “Patients working […]
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Jamia Crockett joins ePatient advisory board

  I’m so pleased to announce that 2013 Stanford Medicine X ePatient scholar, Jamia Crockett, has joined the Medicine X ePatient advisory board. Her two-year term begins immediately. Stanford Medicine X is extremely fortunate to benefit from Mia’s diverse expertise. Jamia Crockett became a patient guide for Novartis in 2012 to share her experiences as […]
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