Marie Ennis-O'Connor is an award-winning health blogger and international conference speaker with a passionate interest in the role of social media in healthcare.
A Stanford Medicine X ePatient scholar, Marie is regularly invited to speak at international conferences on the ePatient movement. She has extensive experience of working with healthcare practitioners and patient advocates and is interested in how both can engage and learn from each other at the level of social media.
A keynote speaker on digital media strategy, Marie co-founded #BCCEU, Europe's first breast cancer social media chat and is a founding member of Health2.0 Dublin, part of the Health2.0 international movement.
At Medicine X 2015
Wednesday, September 23 12:05 pm (Plenary Hall)
Ignite! Talk - Social media as a tool for patient-driven medical education
Wednesday, September 23 12:55 pm (Plenary Hall)
Moderated Panel Discussion
Thursday, September 24 1:10 pm (Deck B)
Teaching the Rx narrative: story as medicine
Medicine is at heart a narrative activity–the telling and receiving of story. The patient interview is based on the notion that the patient, as story-teller, will share his or her experience, and that... Read more
Saturday, September 26 12:05 pm (LK 102)
CanSurround: Co-Creating With ePatients At The Intersection of Cancer Mental Health And Technology
What does a truly patient-centered, digital health startup company look like? How does such a company find an ePatient Advisor? Is it really possible to co-design with patients?This session will provide... Read more