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E-Patients: Please Have Your Voices Heard!

On the 5th week of my Internet in Medicine university accredited course, I talk about e-patients and how they will change medicine. Last semester, Kerri Morrone Sparling kindly accepted my invitation and uploaded a video to Youtube which students could watch during and after the course. It was a personal message for them about how to become patient-centric doctors.

Dear empowered patients, feel free to upload your 1-2 minute-long messages to Youtube so students can hear how to become good doctors from the best sources. Please upload it before the 25th of March. Thank you!

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  1. Wonderful! Do you want us to only send people here, or shall we post this vid elsewhere and tell them to upload and tell you?

    How should the vids be tagged?

    March 18, 2010
    • As you wish, Dave, both solutions are perfect for me.

      The videos should be tagged with med20course.

      Thank you in advance!

      March 18, 2010
  2. Terrific video! You articulate so succinctly, and well, how Internet-based communication can change perspective and widen care options for patients with all forms of chronic illness.

    Thank you for this post,
    Elaine Schattner

    March 18, 2010
    • Thank you Elaine, for the encouragement! Actually students really liked it that’s why I would like to add more personal messages from e-patients.

      March 18, 2010
  3. Alexandra Albin #

    This is great. I will work on my video.

    March 18, 2010
  4. Kerri has a message that resonates well with ACOR: “Resources, resources, you now have resources everywhere!”

    That’s how we felt in 1995. The sudden explosion of patient accessible resources represented a sea change. And that is why ACOR stands for Association of Cancer Online Resources.

    March 19, 2010

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