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Core themes announced for Stanford Medicine X

Some exciting news from Medicine X: The six core themes for the 2012 conference have been announced. They are:

  • Design Thinking: Patient-Centered Design
  • The Networked Patient: Communities of Practice and Participatory Medicine
  • The Curators: Telling Stories and Making Sense of Health Information on the Internet
  • The New Scientist: New Models of Scientific Discovery and Publishing
  • mHealth and Gamification: How Mobile is Changing Everything
  • The Interconnected Life: Emerging Technologies and the Future

The conference is also in the process of accepting papers for presentation. The submission period ends Apr. 15.

More news about Stanford Medicine X is available in the Medicine X category.

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