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  • http://blogs.nesta.org.uk/innovation/2007/07/the-future-is-s.html
  • Evolved Definition:“…Web-based services for health care consumers, caregivers, patients, health professionals, and biomedical researchers, that use Web 2.0 technologies as well as semantic web and virtual reality tools, to enable and facilitate specifically social networking, participation…collaboration, and openness within and between these user groups.”
  • http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/07/wikipedia-training-scientists-on-wiki-culture/
  • Start of guided tour.
  • July 2008 - Site development startedJan 2009 - Official launchFeb 2009 - First university project beginsApril 2009 - Regis University and Evidence in Motion grant open access rights to fellowship contentMay 2009 - Being used by 4 learning institutionsApril 2010 - First international collaborative student project beginsMay 2010 - First clinical interest group becomes involvedJune 2010 - Over 200 pages of content - 200-500 visitors per day - 30,000 visits per month
  • We could have a break here to do something. Get everyone to think about how they personally would like to use Physiopedia...
  • We’ll have a break here to stretch etc and everyone can go to the website and have a little look around.
  • Start again with ....... Has anyone come across anything that they’d like a further explanation for?
  • Take a break and think about how people might work with students or collaborate with colleagues in Physiopedia.
  • Start of guided editing session.

Physiopedia An International Collaborative Wiki Physiopedia An International Collaborative Wiki Presentation Transcript

  • Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS Rachael Lowe, MCSP
    An International Collaborative Wiki
    PT Hacker & The Next Textbook
  • Our Mission
    Discuss the evolution of health information
    Explore the use of wiki’s as part of information sharing and learning
    Demonstration of Physiopedia, an international collaborative wiki for physical therapists
  • About Us
    Eric Robertson, PT, DPT, OCS
    Rachael Lowe, MCSP
    Physiotherapist & Technology Specialist
    Webducate
    E-learning development
    Technology solutions for PTs
    Assistant Prof, Texas State U.
    Orthopaedics, Manual Therapy
    Radiology
    Web Interest
    PT Think Tank Blog
    Health 2.0
    Other
    EIM Residency Faculty
    Completing OMPT Fellowship
  • Background Terminology
    Web 2.0
    Web 3.0 / Semantic Web
    Apomediation
    Health 2.0
  • Web 2.0
    The Past…
    Now…
  • Characteristics:
    Web 2.0 …
    • Applications without software…it lives on the web
    • Users add value
    • Social networking aspect
    • User-friendly interface
  • Web 3.0 / The Semantic Web
    • Web 1.0  is like buying a can of Campbell's Soup
    • Web 2.0 is like making homemade soup and inviting your soup-loving friends over
    • The semantic web is like having a dinner party, knowing that Tom is allergic to gluten, Sally is away til next Thursday and Bob is vegetarian.
  • Apomediation
    Intermediation
    Stands in between the consumer and information
    Disintermediation
    Remove the middle man entirely
    Apomediation (latin: separated, detached)
    Networked Collaborative “Authorities”
    Positioned to Guide users to information solutions
    Usually Web 2.0 solutions
    Consumer ratings on Amazon, Digg, Twitter
  • gling.com – Free meal planning via social networking. The dietician has been apomediated!
  • Health 2.0 - Defined
    “The use of social software and light-weight tools to promote collaboration between patients, their caregivers, medical professionals, and other stakeholders in health"
    Source: Adapted from Jane Sarasohn-Kahn's "Wisdom of Patients" report, by Matthew Holt, Last updated June 6, 2008 http://health20.org/wiki/Main_Page
  • Use of Web 2.0 Tools in Healthcare
    Adapted from Wikipedia.com: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_2.0
  • How is Knowledge Gained?
    • Sharing of Ideas
    • Collaboration
    • Communication
    “Web 2.0 is not a fad, but is changing the way patients and physicians interact.”
    Web 2.0 A New, Interactive Web Experience
    Guistini D. How Web 2.0 is Changing Medicine.
    BMJ 333(7582): 1283-84. (December 2006).
  • 4 Futures of Medical Publishing
    Abassi,Futurama. BMJ 2002;325:1472–5
  • Web Tools and Learning
    Collaborative
    Current
    Parallel
    Flexible
    Organized
    Persistent
  • What’s a Wiki?
    • Efficient Learning
    • Collaborative Canvas
    • Simple interface
    • Organization
    • Premeditated Structure
    • Control
    • Public / Private Interface
    • No Hassle!
    • Smooth Sign-up Process
    • Easy to Use
    Wikiis derived from “wiki wiki,” meaning quick. It refers to a style of website consisting of a simple syntax used to compose and edit pages by multiple people.
  • Intentional and Reflective Learning
    Blogs & Wikis
    Collaborative nature promotes higher levels of learning
    Users as content creators
    Learning and Web 2.0
    Contribute to content
    Collaboration
    Open for peer-review
    Social component
  • Wikipedia!
  • Wikipedia as a Reference?
  • In Health
    Examples of Popular Health Related Wikis
  • Wikipedia and the NIH
    Wikipedia Academy – July, 2009
    “The next time you read a health-related article on Wikipedia, it might have been improved through a new collaboration between the National Institutes of Health and the Wikimedia Foundation.”
  • How Physiopedia Was Born
  • Some Background Info:
    • Tech Savvy
    • 22/32 use laptops for notes
    • 2 have their own blog
    • ~50% read other blogs
    • Technology Frustrations
    • General unrest about our web homes for courses
    • “Clunky”
    • “Slow”
    • “Ugly”
    • Intensive Format
    • Ortho II is a 3 credit hr course delivered in 3 weeks!
    MCG DPT Class of 2010
  • Peeps are yummy, but this list of links is not very appetizing!
  • Survey Results
    Statement:
    Dr. Robertson should continue to use a wiki for this course.
    100% Agreed!
  • Survey Results
    Statement:
    The use of instructional technology (blog, wiki, etc.) in this course enhanced my learning.
    97% Agreed!
  • 11,500 page views in
    3 weeks!
  • Utility for Others?
    • Learning Curve
    • Public vs. Private site
    • It’s free, but could be enhanced by institutional support for software
    • Time investment
    • Many ways to use a wiki!
  • Spending countless hours making a wiki site for spine course.
  • Rachael Lowe
    Eric Robertson
    Tony Lowe
  • Guided Tour
  • Physiopedia is an ambitious project that aims to offer an evidence-based knowledge resource for rehabilitation professionals throughout the world.
  • Reference
    Collaborative
    International
    Education
    Professional Development
    Improve Patient Care
    Promote Profession
  • Who?
    Anyone can read
    Only PTs can edit
  • Individual clinicians
    • work autonomously
    • CPD / CE
    e.g. Revision
    Clinical questions
    Project preparation
  • Researchers
    • publish and promote their work
    • contribute content
    • become lead editors on pages
    • Lecture preparation
    • On-line demonstration
    • Making resources accessible
    Instructor
    Generated Content
    • Lecture preparation
    • Group assignments
    • Publishing Research
    • Adding Case studies
    • Portfolios
    Student
    Generated Content
  • Health Care Organisations
    • get staff / members to become involved
    • service development
    • professional development
  • Why?
    Collaborate with colleagues internationally
    Contribute to developing this evidence based resource for our profession
    Contribute to promoting our profession
    Build your profile and promote your own work
  • Develop your professional brand
    Link to yourself on the Web
    Exposure for your work, clinic, institution or organisation
    Link to Physiopedia projects you have been involved in
    Automatic links to your Physiopedia contributions
  • Facts & Figures
  • 290,888 visits!!
    75,312 people
  • 8, 747 Cities
  • 164 countries
  • From all continents
  • Your work in Physiopedia won’t go un-noticed!!
  • Navigation
  • Have a look around....
    www.physio-pedia.com
  • Featured
    Resources
  • Research
    Publish your research in Physiopedia
    • Original research  
    • Summary of your research prior to publication
    • Student dissertations
    This is a great way of publicising student work, supporting new researchers and bridging the gap between completing research and publication.
    It will then be peer reviewed by the community.
  • Presentations
    Why let your work go to waste. When ever you have created a presentation or lecture, put it on-line and showcase it in Physiopedia.
    • Open access to high-quality, peer-reviewed content
    • Content is currently being contributed by fellowship programs
    • Links to narrated Adobe Connect lectures, self hosted audio-visual presentations, YouTube videos
  • Patient Guides Clinical GuidelinesRehabilitation Protocols
    • Our clients are the same the world over
    • They suffer with the same conditions
    • They need rehab following the same procedures
    • We all use the same interventions
    Why don’t we collaborate internationally to produce the documents we need….
    It’ll give us more time for patient care!
  • Featured Projects 
  • Bellarmine University
    Pathophysiology of complex patient problems
    25 second years
    One page
    One presentation
    Formally assessed
  • 90%
    agreed that wiki worked
    well as a learning method
  • said that they now felt
    confident to edit and
    add to a wiki
    87.5%
  • of the students would
    recommend the project
    to future students
    85%
  • said they learned about
    other disorders from
    classmates presentations
    95%
  • I really enjoyed working on this project. I feel that it allowed me a chance to do something that can be seen by many people to come.
    Thought this project was an opportunity for us to become more familiar with web-based resources and more importantly contribute to them.
    I really enjoyed the process and think it's very neat, that my classmates and I have something useful and public.
    I was very intimidated at first because I'm not always the best with computers. However, it was relatively simple and the tutorials really helped.
    I felt it was a great experience for learning how to contribute to our profession in a very accessible way.
  • International Student Project
    Collaboration between Ireland and South Africa
    Elective module
    Exploring cultural differences
  • Low numbers of volunteers to participate
    Different stages of education
    Different levels of access to computers and internet
    Difficulties finding a topic suitable for both groups
    Difficulties finding suitable time windows for both groups within their syllabus
  • For Success
    Compulsory
    Formal Assessment
    Good tutor support
    Initial face-to-face familiarisation session
    Use your geeky students
  • AGILE
    Creating the Older People section
    Led by Experts
    Involving members internationally
    via IPTOP
  • Wouldn’t it be great if....
  • Guided Editing
  • www.physio-pedia.com
  • LOG IN
  • User name: Your Name
    Password: PT2010
  • New Menus
    New Menus
  • Your Profile
  • Adding a template
  • Adding a Template
    Click Edit
    Click wikitext
    Type {{subst:profile}}
    Click Save
  • Editing pages
  • Simple page editing
    Click Edit
    Make changes
    Click Save
  • Editing wikitext
    Click Edit
    Click wikitext
    Make changes
    Click wikitext again to preview
    Click Save
  • Making Links
    (and networking pages)
  • Making links
    Click Edit
    Highlight text to make into a link
    Click on link icon
    Type URL into pop up box
    Click OK
    Click Save
  • Create your profile
  • Adding an image
  • Adding an Imagestep 1 – save to desktop
    www.commons.wikimedia.org
    Find a picture you want to use
    Click on it to open image page
    Right click on image
    Click on Save Image As
    Save image to desktop
  • Adding an Imagestep 2 – upload to Physiopedia
    Click Upload File
    Click Browse
    Find image on desktop
    Give image a name
    Click Upload File
  • Adding an Imagestep 3 – add to page
    Go to page you want to add image
    Click Edit
    Click on edit/add image icon
    Type in image file name
    Click OK
    Add formatting
    Click Save
  • Adding a video
  • Adding a video
    www.youtube.com
    Find the video you want to use
    Copy or make a note of video ID
    Go to page you wish to add video to
    Click Edit
    Click wikitext
    Type {{#ev:youtube|id}}
    Click save
  • Creating a new page
  • Creating a new page
    Type name in box in side bar
    Type name in search box
    Create a link
  • Any Questions?
    www.ptthinktank.com
    www.rachaellowe.com