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Discussion of mobile apps and podcasts from the New England Journal of Medicine.
Using a smartphone app to encourage blood glucose monitoring compliance in adolescents with diabetes that includes a points reward system redeemable in the iTunes store.
Dr. Margaret “Meg” Chisolm is an advocate for use of Twitter in demystifying psychiatry, and connecting with patients. She is conducting a pilot study on using it in med school.
A favorable article from a newspaper’s website does not mean a new site for medical information is of sufficient quality to be relied upon.
Successful outreach and promotion of library resources and services involves forming partnerships with other departments and organizations, as well as using social media and the latest Web 2.0 tools to educate and inform new and underserved patron groups.
Social media can be a powerful tool in research. We offer a few examples, and links to the thoughts of other bloggers.
An online health quiz may seem well-researched and informative, but it is important to look deeper and try and determine why it is there, and what purpose it serves. This is how information literacy skills interact with health literacy.
Nanci Murphy, Associate Dean of the School of Pharmacy at the University of Washington will speak on “InterProfessional Education and Collaboration: Lessons Learned and Future Directions.” Her talk will be followed by a Meet the Experts Panel discussion on the topic of interprofessional education.
The prevalence and use of social media is expanding with Facebook being the most popular such site. How should libraries respond to this? EHSL offers some thoughts on our experience in this area.
Searching Twitter using the hashtag “#healthliteracy,” I came across an item that sounded exciting: “MAXIMUS Center for Health Literacy to Hold Conference in September: ‘Plain Talk in Complex Times.’” Presented in collaboration with the American Public Health Association, the conference offers: Six preconference workshops: build your skills for communicating about health—in person, on the Web, […]