A low resolution version of Medicine 2.0 map (fair use). Click here to see the full resolution image from Gunther Eysenbach's blog.
The congress is organized and co-sponsored by the Journal of Medical Internet Research, the International Medical Informatics Association, the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, CHIRAD, and a number of other sponsoring organizations.
Here are some selected abstracts that caught my eye when reviewing the program:
- Pandemics in the Age of Twitter: Content Analysis of “Tweets” During the H1N1 Outbreak http://bit.ly/VnGnv
- Young, Interconnected, Innovators Examine Strategies for Multi-Generational Success in the Era of Social Media http://bit.ly/zmt3p
- Facebook: An Innovative Influenza Pandemic Early Warning System http://bit.ly/xZi8e
- Use of Youtube for Dissemination of Information about the Potential Pandemic of H1N1 Influenza http://bit.ly/mKF0J
- Patient-Physician Communication about Internet Use: Why “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Doesn’t Work http://bit.ly/LAd9P
Announcement: Conference on Web 2.0 in Medicine in Toronto, September 2008. What is "Apomediation"?