Sara Riggare

 

e-patient stories, positive patterns, pts as teachers

Sara Riggare: “The new kind of patients challenge healthcare”

SPM member Sara Riggare is a PhD student at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm and a member of the BMJ’s Patient Advisory Panel. She has Parkinson Disease, and is highly proactive in dealing with it. One thing some Parkinson patients do is non-contact boxing, e.g. the Rock Steady program, and Sara has often posted pictures and videos on Facebook […]

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positive patterns, pt/doc co-care, pts as teachers, research issues

“Patients organise and train doctors to provide better care”: patients writing in the BMJ

As SPM advances the cause of patients as responsible drivers of their care, we sometimes hear denials or complaints from physicians who feel that e-patients needy, uninformed, self-centered burdens on busy clinicians’ time. Well, here’s a juicy counter-example – in the BMJ, one of the world’s leading medical journals. Swedish SPM member Sara Riggare is co-author of this […]

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e-pts resources, medical records, PM Tech, trends & principles

Let’s crowdsource what a “good” medical record tool for patients is (and list some products)

Ah, social media. On Facebook a couple of hours ago, Swedish SPM member Sara Riggare posted: Responses were quick and robust: “Web MD has an app that you can download that I use. I find it pretty useful.” – Mark Burek “That’s a sticky question. I tried Caresync ([SPM member Amy McFall Gleason’s app) and thought it useful. […]

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