Librarians and ePatients as Partners

I am thrilled to bring another guest post, this time from Luke Rosenberger, a medical librarian who has forcefully embraced social media & participatory medicine, as you’ll see. Libraries & librarians have always held a special place in helping other...

Who are you, DarthMed?

Once the world’s information was put into context, we looked beyond the keyboard, and collectively shifted to people. We focused on social context by asking questions like: Who are you? How are we connected? What is on your mind? What matters to you? Making the...

2010: The Year of Open Streams & Fax Machines

I started writing this post while watching a livestream of the LeWeb09 conference in Paris and finished it while watching a livestream of TEDxSV. Open Streams are of many kinds and shapes. They are completely changing how we consume information, news &...

Terrorized By The ‘War On Cancer’

How a Three-Word Mantra Has Undermined America’s Ability To Make Sound Healthcare Decisions with apologies to Zbigniew Brzezinski In his original article about the war on terror Brzezinski argues that the use of the term War on Terror was intended to generate a...

A Mission 2 End Diabetes

I like to invite all students, teachers, researchers, and entrepreneurs within the ‘earshot’ of this announcement to ‘listen’ carefully. If you have an idea (conceptual or a working model) of a way to help educate, treat, and/or diagnosis diabetes in rural areas with...
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