Stanford Medicine X

 

Patient Conference Participation, positive patterns, pt/doc co-care, pts as teachers, reforming hc, Stanford Medicine X, trends & principles

VIDEO: How Patients are Helping Change Medical Journals: BMJ’s Tessa Richards at MedX 2015

There can be no question that Stanford Medicine X is, head and shoulders, the most patient-oriented medical conference in the world. Susannah Fox first wrote about it here in 2012 after the first annual event, and it’s gotten better every year. I agree with what she wrote about the event’s organizer, Larry Chu MD: “Larry appeared […]

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e-pts resources

For the #MedX “year of doing”: “Don’t be a nail”

Our movement seems to be entering a turning point, and today Paul Levy’s blog had a great example. The change is embodied by the 2015 theme of our e-patient conference buddies at Medicine X: “This is the year of doing.” In my view this means two things: bringing it from concepts into specific actions everyone should […]

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e-pts resources, pt/doc co-care, shared decision making

Zack Berger from #MedX on uncertainty and decision aids

Regular readers may recall SPM member Zack Berger MD PhD’s July post here The pledge of the patient-centered physician. Zack is one of the many SPM members attending the Stanford Medicine X conference this weekend and sends this Saturday night report, cross-posted from his book’s blog. We’ve often written here about shared decision making, which helps patients […]

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e-pts resources, key people, patient networks, trends & principles

Communicating the experience of illness in the digital age

At 9am on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, Stanford Medicine X will host a discussion led by Pamela Ressler, Colleen Young, Meredith Gould and me about the power and pitfalls of people sharing their health experiences online. We are “flipping” the panel by sharing resources and participating in online discussions throughout the summer, hoping to include […]

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ethics, research issues, trends & principles, understanding statistics

Fact checking at Medicine X

(A cross-post from susannahfox.com) I had the great honor of being part of the first Medicine X conference at Stanford University last weekend. I presented a sneak preview of new survey results collected by the Pew Internet Project and the California HealthCare Foundation. Overall, the conference was magical, as I wrote in a previous post. […]

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