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Virtual Worlds in Medicine and Healthcare

I just published a summary about the last week of my “Medicine and Web 2.0” university credit course. This time I focused on how virtual worlds can be used in medicine and healthcare.

med20 course

I also have a detailed guide dedicated to this topic on Webicina.

Webicina.com main page

And I have recently had a virtual presentation for a course of the Nova Southeastern University (including audiocast):

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  1. Kevin Clauson #

    Berci,

    Thanks again for contributing this lecture for the Consumer Health Informatics and Web 2.0 in Healthcare course at Nova Southeastern University, College of Medicine – Biomedical Informatics Program. It really opened the eyes of our students about some of the possibilities with virtual worlds and they definitely enjoyed it. If I can arrange it, I will invite you again for next semester when the course is offered at the NSU College of Pharmacy.

    November 1, 2009
  2. Kevin,

    Thank you very much for the opportunity!

    It would be an honour to be invited again.

    Best regards,

    Berci

    November 1, 2009
  3. You must pop over and see our birthing unit one day:

    http://slurl.com/secondlife/Kowhai/82/213/35/

    November 3, 2009
  4. Thank you, Sarah! I will!

    November 3, 2009
  5. I went to the video of medicine in second life, the virtual world. It’s quiet interesting. It gives a lots of idea and thanks for sharing such wonderful information.

    November 6, 2009
  6. Berci – this is very much of interest. I’m currently exploring Web 2.0 technologies in medical communications, with a specific emphasis on the use of virtual worlds among people with disabilities. Would love to get with you and collect our thinking on this.

    All the best,
    -ks

    November 6, 2009

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