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Participatory Medicine Grand Rounds

This is e-Patients.net’s first opportunity to host Grand Rounds, which is a collection of some of the medical blogosphere’s best writing over the last week. We asked bloggers to look at our sister website, the peer-reviewed Journal of Participatory Medicine, and create posts inspired by or extending the articles there. We did this not to […]

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chapter reviews, general, positive patterns, pt/doc co-care, trends & principles, Why PM

Participatory Medicine around the world: the Seven Preliminary Conclusions reach India

A Google alert popped up today, saying that a participatory physician in India had cited this blog. Don’t we love it when social media let empowering information spread! It’s exactly what our founder “Doc Tom” predicted with his now-famous 1995 triangle slides: the internet gives us access to information and to each other, which puts […]

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chapter reviews

The e-patient white paper: Seven Preliminary Conclusions

One year ago today I finished reading e-Patients: How they can help us heal healthcare, the e-patient white paper. It turned my head around because although I’d experienced excellent care in almost all ways, it showed that I as a patient have far more to contribute than I ever would have imagined. The people who […]

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