17.6.2014 Medicine 2.0'14 Maui/Hawaii, USA and Malaga/Spain

 

 7th World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps,
Web 2.0 in Health and Medicine

Highlights: 

  • Rates go up Monday - register today for pre-program/speaker rates
    (even if you are not a speaker)
  • Program is coming together, browse accepted abstracts here and here
  • Late breaking abstract submissions still possible here and here
  • Keynotes and tutorials

 

 

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World Congress on Social Media, Mobile Apps, Internet/Web 2.0 in Health, Medicine and Biomedical Research

Late breaking abstract submissions for remaining speaking/poster slots:

Submit here to Medicine 2.0 Europe Malaga/Spain Oct 9-10, 2014

Submit here to Medicine 2.0 Maui/Hawaii, USA, Nov 13-14, 2014

Register now

Not sure which one to attend? Just register for both with our superpass, or register for the one you are most likely to attend - registrations and submissions are transferable

With one submission form you can also submit to one or both conferences - just select the respective radio button in the submission form. Submissions and registrations are transferable.

Aloha ,

The original Medicine 2.0 conference series is now in its 7th year, and will for the first time be hosted in two attractive beach venues:

Program

All decisions have been made and accepted abstracts for Maui and Malaga (except late submissions) have been published on our website. (if you submitted an abstract and did not get the decision email/reviewer comments, please login and check the reviewer comments in the Director/Author email log).
To get inspired, review the tentative list of attendees/speaker bios of Medicine 2.0'14 Maui and Malaga, or download last years' program.

For the first time, Medicine 2.0 features a comprehensive pre-conference tutorial program. Tutorials (1 hr or 4 hr) are listed below. Book your tutorial when you register.

 

Keynote: Answering Questions of Health and Medicine Using Internet Data

 
We are proud to announce Elad Yom-Tov from Microsoft Research as the Keynote Speaker at Medicine 2.0'14 in Maui.

The title of his keynote will be Answering Questions of Health and Medicine Using Internet Data.

Elad Yom-Tov is a Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research. He has published two books, over 60 papers (of which 3 were awarded prizes), and filed more than 30 patents (16 of which have been granted so far). His primary research interests are in large-scale Machine Learning, Information Retrieval, and Social Analysis. The results of his work have flown at four times the speed of sound, enabled people to communicate with computers using only their brain-waves, and analyzed the cellphone records of a significant portion of the worlds’ population. 




Rates go up on Monday

Pre-program rates (speaker rates, also available to early registrants before we publish the final program) expire on Monday, June 16th, and will go up by $100 afterwards. Register now to take advantage of the lowest rates.


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Medicine 2.0 Topics

 

  • Mobile health apps and ubiquitous health (Google Glass etc)
  • Blogs and Twitter in Health
  • Building virtual communities and social networking applications for health professionals
  • Building virtual communities and social networking applications for patients and consumers
  • Business models in a Web 2.0 environment
  • Science 2.0, collaborative biomedical research, academic / scholarly communication, publishing and peer review
  • Consumer empowerment, patient-physician relationship, and sociotechnical issues
  • Ethical & legal issues, confidentiality and privacy
  • Health information on the web: Supply and Demand
  • Innovative RSS/XML applications and Mashups
  • Personal health records and Patient portals
  • Public (e-)health, population health technologies, surveillance
  • Digital Disease Detection and Biosurveillance using Twitter and other social media/mhealth/Internet sources
  • The Quantified Self: tracking behavior and health
  • Search, Collaborative Filtering and Recommender Technologies
  • Semantic Web ("Web 3.0") applications
  • The nature and dynamics of social networks in health
  • Usability and human factors on the web
  • Virtual (3D) environments, Second Life
  • Web 2.0/mobile approaches for behaviour change and public health
  • Web 2.0/mobile approaches for clinical practice, clinical research, quality monitoring
  • Web2.0/mobile-based medical education and learning
  • Wikis
  • Business modelling in eHealth
  • Communities in health care
  • Digital Learning
  • e-Coaching
  • Health disparities
  • Human-Computer Interface (HCI) Design
  • Online decision technology
  • Participatory health care
  • Persuasive communication and technology
  • mobile apps and mHealth Applications
  • Ubiquitous, pervasive ehealth; domotics; Internet of things
  • New and emerging Technologies


New: Additional Tutorials at Medicine 2.0'14 Summit & World Congress (Maui, Hawaii, USA)

 

Research

Tutorial: Setting Up an Online RCT and Publishing the Results - from Start to Finish ABSTRACT
Per Carlbring*  
 
Tutorial: Analyzing Twitter for Public Health Research ABSTRACT
Nicholas Genes, Michael Chary, Alex F. Manini  
 
 

Practice

 
Tutorial: How to Extract and Process Data from Social Networks Like Twitter ABSTRACT
Hinrich B Winther, Christoph Brochhausen*, C James Kirkpatrick  
 
Tutorial: Online Community Management Best Practice: Managing Supportive and Engaged Online Patient Communities ABSTRACT
Siobhan Sarah Bulfin, Rin Gomura-Elkan  
 
Tutorial: "How to Edit Wikipedia" ABSTRACT
James Heilman*  
 
Tutorial: Bridging the Digital Health Divide: Helping Older Users with Mobile Health Technologies ABSTRACT
Kelly A Grindrod*  
 
Tutorial: What a Pathologist Expects from Whole Slide Imaging ABSTRACT
Christoph Brochhausen*, Hinrich B Winther, C James Kirkpatrick  
 
Tutorial: Editing Wikipedia for Medical School Credit-- You Can Too! ABSTRACT
Amin Azzam*, James Heilman*, Jake Orlowitz  
 
Tutorial: Patient Journey Mapping to Inform Design Decisions ABSTRACT
Barbara Spanton*  
 
Tutorial: Leveraging Virtual Workspace and Mentoring to Establish an Organisation-Wide Quality Improvement Program - Everything You Need to Know in 3 Hours ABSTRACT
Carolyn Wong Simpkins*, Ashley McKimm  
 
 

Business

Tutorial: Getting The Institutional Resources You Need For Your Digital Healthcare Project ABSTRACT
Michael Schneider  
 

New: Additional Tutorials at Medicine 2.0'14 Europe (Malaga, Spain)

 

Research

Tutorial: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and E-Health ABSTRACT
Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem  
 
 

Practice

Tutorial: From The Idea to the App in 4 Hours ABSTRACT
Gonzalo Mora  
 
Tutorial: Online Community Management Best Practice: Managing Supportive and Engaged Online Patient Communities ABSTRACT
Siobhan Sarah Bulfin, Rin Gomura-Elkan  
 
Tutorial: Use of Google Analytics to Assess the Impact of Public Health Websites and Apps ABSTRACT
Luis Fernández Luque, Elia Gabarron, Konstantinos Antypas, Enrique Dorronzoro, Olav Nilsen  
 
Tutorial: Using Formative Evalutions to Increase Usability in Patient EHealth Services – a Practical Tutorial ABSTRACT
Maria Hägglund, Isabella Scandurra  
 
Tutorial: Advancing Qualitative Research Methods in Health IT Research ABSTRACT
Nasriah Zakaria*, Norhayati Zakaria  
 
Designing a Blended Learning Tutorial for Undergraduate Medical Education Supported by the Use of IPads ABSTRACT
Maria Toro-Troconis, Taylor Bennie, Ashish Hemani, Nassim Parvizi, Kevin Murphy  
 
 

Business

Tutorial: How to Build Web 3.0 Applications for Healthcare by Combining Web-Oriented Architecture and Semantic Interoperability Standards? ABSTRACT
Roman Radomski*, Sebastian Bojanowski*

 

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