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Consumer Health Informatics Course – Guest Lecturers

Kevin Clauson gave me the chance this year as well to be a guest lecturer in his course. See my narrated presentation about using virtual worlds in medicine and healthcare below:

Last semester I taught Consumer Health Informatics and Web 2.0 in Healthcare in the College of Pharmacy (COP) after having coordinated several iterations of it in the MS in Biomedical Informatics Program. At the end of the COP course, I asked the students for their opinions about the most useful and least useful lectures of the semester (with an eye towards improving future offerings). Many of the students mentioned topics that were discussed by one of the six excellent guest lecturers. While I sincerely appreciate each guest lecturer’s contribution, I thought it would be even more meaningful to share a student response about each guest lecturer/topic.

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  1. It proved to be very helpful . It’s always neat when you can be informed and entertion.
    thanks for this nice article

    May 18, 2011

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