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Faculty Technology Days 2009 at the University of Calgary

Faculty Technology Days 2009 at the University of Calgary

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    • 1. You Can Take It With You! Mobile Techologies in Health Care Faculty Technology Days 2009 University of Calgary 07 May 2009
    • 2. Your presenters
      • Rachel Chan
      • [email_address]
      • Susan Powelson
      • [email_address]
      • Health Sciences Library
      • University of Calgary
      • Doug Hall
      • [email_address]
      • Faculty of Medicine
      • University of Calgary
    • 3. In today’s session…
      • What is considered mobile technology?
      • What is available in the marketplace?
      • What is coming in the future?
      • What types of resources are available?
      • What is happening in the FOM?
    • 4. At the end of the session
      • You will be more familiar with mobile technologies and their applications in health care
      • You will want to implement them in your practice
    • 5. What are we talking about when we talk about mobile technologies?
    • 6. First Mobile Phone
    • 7.
      • The idea of a single portable device that can make phone calls, take pictures, record audio and video, store data, music, and movies, and interact with the Internet — all of it — has become so interwoven into our lifestyles that it is now surprising to learn that someone does not carry one.
      • The New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative . (2009). 2009 Horizon Report. Retrieved 03 May 2009, from http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2009/
    • 8. Why use it?
      • Information and applications in your pocket and readily available
        • Telephone, pager, calendar, calculator, reference book, exam review, patient encounter logs, podcasts
      • “ improve quality of care, save patients’ lives, reduce health-care expenses”
      • Baumgart, DC. (2005). Personal digital assistants in health care: experienced clinicians in the palm of your hand? Lancet (366), 1210-22
    • 9. Examples of mobile technologies
      • Personal digital assistants (PDAs)
      • Smartphones
      • Netbooks
      • Laptops
    • 10. Netbook/Smartphone Battle for PC Future
      • We are setting up for a new class of converged product in a few short years as smartphones and netbooks probe for the natural middle ground between portability, price and functionality.
              • Enderlie. Itbusiness edge http://www.itbusinessedge.com/cm/blogs/enderle/predictions-for-2009-netbooksmartphone-battle-for-pc-future/?cs=16718
    • 11. Smart phone platforms
      • Blackberry
        • Internet connectivity, data plans
        • Lions share of the market
      • iPhone
        • Category buster
        • Seamless
        • Lots of memory, new 3 G
      • Other options
        • Palm Pre
        • Windows Mobile 6
        • Pocket PC
        • Symbian
    • 12. Comparison Burdette. Practicing Medicine in a Technological Age: Using Smartphones in Clinical Practice Clinical Infectious Diseases 2008;47:117–122
    • 13. Market share Iphone grabs 30% of smartphone market. Fortune Dec 2, 2008. http://apple20.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2008/12/02/iphone-grabs-30-of-us-smartphone-market/
    • 14. “ Canada Worse than 3rd World Countries when it comes to Mobile Data Access ” thomaspurves.com 2007
      • Rogers
      • Bell
      • Telus
    • 15. Considerations
      • How much
        • Do you want spend?
        • Voice time do you need?
        • Data will you be downloading, transmitting?
        • Instant messaging do you do?
      • Don’t forget the system access fee
    • 16. The future of mobile technology
    • 17. Faculty of Medicine - Education
      • History of mobile technologies in Medical Education
      • Adoption of mobile devices in Medical Education
      • Family Medicine residency and clerkship
      • Undergraduate medical education
      • Plans and goals in Medical Education
    • 18. Interesting Trends
      • Mobile devices
      • Netbooks
      • Cloud Computing
      • App Stores
      • Mobile Technologies
      • Medical Education
    • 19. Applications
    • 20. Types of applications
      • Health care resources
      • Books
      • Calculators
      • Current Awareness Tools
      • Databases
      • Decision support tools
      • Dictionaries
      • Drug References
      • EBM Resources
      • Administrative resources
      • Calendar and scheduling
      • E-mail
      • Patient charting
      • Audiobooks
      • Word processing
    • 21. Where do you find them?
      • Free resources
        • Health Sciences Library PDA Resources guide
    • 22. Where do you find them?
      • Fee-based resources
        • Skyscape
        • Epocrates
        • Lexi-Comp
        • UpToDate
    • 23. Where do you find them?
      • University subscription-based resources
        • Access Medicine
        • Access Pharmacy
        • First Consult
        • RefMobile
        • DynaMed
    • 24. Summary
      • Overview of mobile technologies
      • What can you do with these devices
      • How you can buy them
      • What’s coming in the future
      • What applications are available
    • 25. Questions?

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