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Stanford Medicine X releases book highlighting ePatients

This morning Larry Chu, MD, and his team at the Stanford AIM Lab released its first eBook, which shares the stories of the 35 ePatient scholars attending the Stanford Medicine X conference this Sept. 28-30. Chu writes on the Medicine X blog:

The book includes contributing text from [Chu], Nick Dawson, Regina Holliday, Julia James and Amy Tenderich. It also features the artwork of... Holliday. A selection of e-patient profiles from the Stanford Medicine X Film series is also included in this enhanced eBook.

The eBook is free and available from Chu's blog post. It's available as an iBook or as a PDF.

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

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