Regular registration for Medicine 2.0, an international conference on the use of web applications and social media in research and health care, ends in two weeks. This year’s event includes keynotes speeches by Susannah Fox, associate director of digital strategy at the Pew Internet & American Life Project, and Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Jennifer Aaker, PhD.
Larry Chu, MD, the organizing chair of Medicine 2.0 at Stanford, has been showcasing several abstracts being presented at the conference. From presentations on National Institutes of Health funding opportunities in mobile health technologies to computer-based applications to improve HIV patients’ adherence to antiretroviral treatments, the program features an interdisciplinary mix of presenters from different countries and fields including health care, computer science, engineering and business.
To register, visit the conference website.
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