Residency Directors outline how social media can be utilized for medical education.
Tag: social media
ResearchKit app from USC to study how the integration of biometric data with social media could affect how we connect with each other.
How twitter is being used to study drug side effects
A summary article on #FOAM resources for emergency medicine and how it’s changing how emergency medicine education in consumed.
A graduate student from the University of Arizona, Janelle Wohltmann, is studying whether Facebook use can improve older adult cognitive performance and make them feel more socially connected. Her preliminary findings show that after using Facebook, older adults performed about 25 percent better on tasks designed to measure their ability to continuously monitor and to quickly add or delete the contents of their working memory, also known as “updating”.
How should mobile medical apps be regulated by the FDA? Last year the FDA released a proposed set of guidelines for the regulation of certain mobile health apps that control a regulated medical device, or manipulate patient data from a medical device. This has been a source of some controversy and anxiety for many medical app developers. Some argue […]
Please join us for the next #mHealth chat on Twitter on Wednesday June 6th at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.
This is the archive of the fourth #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed favorite apps, mobile devices, accessories and peripherals, and the ways that we use mobile technology with our patients and in our practices.
Please join us for the next #mHealth chat on Twitter today, Wednesday May 23rd, at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.
This is the archive of the third #mHealth Tweet Chat that took place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 9pm EST/8pm CST. We discussed how mobile technology has impacted physician communications, patient privacy issues, and physicians on social media.
Please join us for the third #mHealth chat on Twitter on Wednesday, May 16th at 9pm EST/8pm CST using the hashtag #mHealth.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the second #mHealth tweet chat on Twitter last night! It was once again a great discussion. We discussed the following topics: T1: What is your definition of #mHealth? T2: Imagine you had to go one day without access to your smartphone or tablet. How would this affect your practice? T3: Do […]