Hugo Campos
ePatient, Data Liberation Advocate

About Me

Hugo Campos is a patient advocate who is passionate about participatory medicine. He has been featured on NPR and spoken at TEDX. Hugo also advocates for the rights of patients with pacemakers and implantable defibrillators to gain electronic access to the data collected by their cardiac devices. He moved to the United States from Rio de Janeiro in the early '90s to study graphic arts.

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 6 5:25 pm (Plenary Hall)
Depression in chronic illness and coping through online communities
Studies have shown that depression is a common co-morbidity with chronic illness and that social support systems positively impact patients' symptoms of depression and those relating to chronic illness.... Read more
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