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Sat 1110-health-e apps---garibaldi

  1. 1. 23/05/2014 1 e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e BC College of Family Practice Workshop: My top 10 Favourite Health Apps Kendall Ho, MD FRCPC Professor, Emergency Medicine Director, eHealth Strategy Office Faculty/Presenter Disclosure • Faculty: Kendall Ho • Relationships with commercial interests: – Grants/Research Support: MoH, HC, PHAC, Canada Health Infoway, Foundations – Apps Development Support: Lunbeck (Depression) – Speakers Bureau/Honoraria: N/A – Consulting Fees: N/A – Other: – Employee of Vancouver General Hospital Emergency Dept. – Emergency Physician On Call, B.C. Ambulance Services CFPC CoI Templates: Slide 1
  2. 2. 23/05/2014 2 Disclosure of Commercial Support • This program has received financial support from B.C. Ministry of Health in the form of grant funding for improving eHealth Literacy of the public in B.C. • This program has received in-kind support from no organization in the form of N/A. • Potential for conflict(s) of interest: – Dr. Kendall Ho has received no support from any of the Apps discussed in this presentation CFPC CoI Templates: Slide 2 Mitigating Potential Bias • UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Strategy Office (Dr. Kendall Ho being the director) has organized with UBC Continuing Professional Development Office an eHealth Innovations and Technology Showcase (eHITS) conference on May 9th, 2014. The conference received sponsorship of the exhibition from a variety of companies: Platinum sponsors – Cisco, Telus, McKesson, Gold sponsor – Cerner. • UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Strategy Office (Dr. Kendall Ho being the director) has received grant funding from Telus to implement an eHealth summer camp for high school students in the summers of 2011 and 2012. CFPC CoI Templates: Slide 3
  3. 3. 23/05/2014 3 e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e Canada mobile phone statistics 2013 27 M cell phone users (>80%) 56% smart phones 78% social media, 75% video Average 30 apps 26%: Health and fitness 47%: Desire emergency contact
  4. 4. 23/05/2014 4 e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e • Diet • Exercise • Mood • Physiology Mobile Health Apps: “43,000+” “Fav Apps” criteria: • Usefulness • Ease of use • Safe • Cost: “free” preferable • Privacy Change My Life!!
  5. 5. 23/05/2014 5 #10: Mood Panda e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e #9: PAR Concussion
  6. 6. 23/05/2014 6 #8: PTSD Coach Tie #6: Take a Break & Mindfulness Meditation
  7. 7. 23/05/2014 7 #5: Belly Bio • Test Anxiety • Perfectionism • Social Anxiety • Performance Anxiety • Worry • Panic • Conflict #4: Mindshift
  8. 8. 23/05/2014 8 Reduce Alcohol & Coffee use #3: Heart Rate My Travel alarm of choice! #2: Sleep Time
  9. 9. 23/05/2014 9 #1: My Fitness Pal 1 bowl rice 103 Cal I lost 13 lbs! e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e Ramping up: not “if” but “how” For MDs • Try one App a month • Ask patients: App use • Recommend if appropriate • Learn with patients • Ask patients other Apps For Patients • Consider health issues • Search for App(s) • Communicate with MDs • Try with MDs/HPs • Learn with HPs & peers • Look into social media
  10. 10. 23/05/2014 10 e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e www.eHealth.med.ubc.ca e H e a l t h S t r a t e g y O f f i c e Web: www.eHealth.ubc.ca Facebook: UBC eHealth Strategy Office Twitter: @ehealthstrategy

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