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New editorial series in JoPM asks the tough questions

A new Journal of Participatory Medicine tradition has just launched. Our monthly editorial series will tackle the toughest questions of participatory medicine, from both the patient and the provider side. The first installment, by Joe and Terry Graedon, is titled...

JoPM: A Doctor’s Remedy for Long Waits

A new article in the Journal of Participatory Medicine tackles the problem of long wait times at doctors’ offices, a leading cause of patient dissatisfaction. “Waiting Room Remedy: Doctor Pays for Delays (The Doctor’s Perspective)” by Pamela...

Book review takes a look at neurofeedback

The Journal of Participatory Medicine has published a review of A Symphony in the Brain, a book that offers a history and overview of neurofeedback, a type of biofeedback that aims to help patients control their brain...

JoPM: Patient-oriented content on hospital websites

The Journal of Participatory Medicine has published a research paper entitled “Promoting Participatory Medicine with Social Media: New Media Applications on Hospital Websites that Enhance Health Education and e-Patients’ Voices.” The study analyzed the...

The unexpected power of storytelling

The Journal of Participatory Medicine recently published a new commentary, “A Skydiver Jumps, and an Online Community Exults,” about the unexpected power of storytelling in a lung cancer support group. After sharing an uplifting story with her online...

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