We have this remarkable paradox where the demands for more, better, appropriate, timely knowledge is greater than ever on problems that are becoming ever-more complex with more tools to generate and sort this information, and no time to actually use it effectively.
Recently I was discussing what I do with someone relatively unfamiliar to my research, yet in the same field and I described my interest in systems thinking, knowledge translation, and eHealth and how they go together. Somehow in the conversation the term “sexy” was used to describe these fields along with “hot” and “upcoming”. It’s …
Style is not something to disregard as a superficial part of the health system, rather it is something that with content (substance) and good systems may be the missing link to getting better care and services overall.
mHealth (mobile health) has a remarkable number of similarities to Lady Gaga. In this post, I point them out.
A recent podcast from Twist Image unleashed a whole line of thinking in me about privacy and our electronic tools and has led me to conclude that eHealth and privacy cannot and will not ever coexist.
Mobile technologies are making huge in-roads in advancing health promotion. Some examples are provided and speculation of whether we are at the dawn of a Web 3.0 era.
What we eat, how we produce the food we eat, whether our healthcare is environmentally sustainable, and how mobile technologies can help connect teens to health and filmmakers to audiences is all part of this week’s edition of Amazing Stuff.