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Mobile Health with the eyes of a Medical Futurist: Video for Stanford University

A few weeks ago Stanford University asked me to make a video with a professional crew and talk about mobile health from the medical futurist’s perspective which they can add to the Mobile Health Without Borders course. I was happy to accept this challenge; and I hope you will find the video interesting and useful.

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  1. Great video Berci ! Super overview of what’s cooking.
    Thank you for naming our http://www.aed4.eu project at Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center / REshape
    @lucienengelen

    July 11, 2013
  2. Thank you very much, Lucien! Of course, I used the example of AED4EU!

    July 11, 2013
  3. Bertil Ottertun #

    I wish you all the best. Your experience and wellfounded visions of the possibilities for social media and mhealth as tools for bringing individualized medical care based on data from the sensors used by the actual patient together with what is available from the “medical media” and medical literature databases (PubMed etc.) can be realized in our time. Thank you for sharing your ideas and god luck in your important roll in this development.

    KR / Bertil Ottertun, Gothenburg, SWEDEN

    July 15, 2013
  4. Thanks for this. As a not-so-young family physician and blogger I’m trying buy struggling with the plethora of social media venues. Very helpful.e

    July 21, 2013

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