Although spring has barely begun, I'm already thinking about September and the Medicine 2.0 Congress.
The international conference will be held at Stanford Sept. 16-18 and focus on the use of web applications and social media in biomedical research and health-care delivery. In the video above, Larry Chu, MD, the organizing chair of the conference, talks about how the event will unite patients, healthcare providers and researchers to discuss the future of health and medicine in the era of social technologies and a few of the keynotes speakers scheduled to present.
Registration for the conference is currently open and space is limited. The early bird registration costs are available until May 15.
More news about the Medicine 2.0 conference at Stanford is available in the Medicine 2.0 category.