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The Patient Will See You Now

Abstract Keywords: Health care, patient-centered, patient centric, connected, relationship, IHI, participatory medicine. Citation: Krueger J. The patient will see you now. J Participat Med. 2011 Dec 28; 3:e53. Published: December 28, 2011. Competing Interests: The...

Book Review: A Symphony in the Brain

Abstract Keywords: Mental health, mental illness, neurotherapy, neurofeedback, bipolar disorder, brain waves, head injuries, memory problems, ADD, ADHD, depression, patient empowerment. Citation: Linden M. Book review: A Symphony in the Brain. J Participat Med. 2011...

The Rewards of Being a Participatory Health Care Provider

Abstract Summary: A recent narrative by Nancy Drinan in the Journal of Participatory Medicine describes an excellent example of the participatory medicine model. The Drinan family was challenged to care for two similarly disabled sisters with complex medical and...

Three Sisters, One Voice

Editors’ Note: In this article, Nancy Drinan acknowledges the encouragement from her sisters’ neurologist to write about her experience as a health care advocate for her sisters. The neurologist, Dr. Dan Hoch, has in turn written about how his experiences...

Promoting Participatory Medicine with Social Media: New Media Applications on Hospital Websites that Enhance Health Education and e-Patients’ Voices

Abstract Summary: Background and Objective: The nature of health communication is changing as people increasingly seek health information on the internet. The objective of this study was to investigate how hospital websites utilize a variety of e-health tools; online...

Medication Adherence: More than Reminders

Abstract Keywords: Medication regimen, adherence, patient-provider communication, social media. Citation: Kastner K. Medication adherence: more than reminders. J Participat Med. 2011 Oct 3; 3:e46. Published: October 3, 2011. Competing Interests: The author is the CEO...

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