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For a staff presentation, reviewing two recent events on the topic of emerging technologies. More detailed information available in these Storify links: ...

For a staff presentation, reviewing two recent events on the topic of emerging technologies. More detailed information available in these Storify links:
1) http://storify.com/pfanderson/emerging-technology-in-medicine-friend-or-foe
2) http://storify.com/pfanderson/medlibs-look-at-the-horizon-report

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Emerging Technologies in Healthcare: Different Points of View Emerging Technologies in Healthcare: Different Points of View Presentation Transcript

  • Emerging Technologies in Healthcare: Different Points of View PF Anderson, February 20, 2014 Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Emerging Themes from: Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Horizon Report • TECH: • - Flipped classrooms • - Learning analytics • - 3D printing • - Games & Gamification • - Quantified Self • - Visual Assistants • DRIVERS: • - Ubiquity of Social Media • - Integration of Online, Hybrid, Collaborative Learning • - Data-driven learning & assessment • - Students as consumers & creators Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Grand Rounds “Let’s livetweet rounds” “What if your patient selftracks?” “Can you prescribe an app?” “What mobile device are you using today? Smartphone? Tablet?” Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Grand Rounds Twitter for altmetrics! Social media for public health outreach & education! Journals on devices (Browzine!) Tech as a tool for teaching content (even to attendings)! Mobile device etiquette! “Let’s have a tech break. It’s like a bathroom break.” Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Grand Rounds “Don’t let the tech get between you and your patient” “iPads can distract kids from painful procedures” “Texting reminders can help patients take their meds” “What apps are on your patients’ phones? Ask.” Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Grand Rounds Advocacy: Use social media & storytelling to save the profession. Gamification for medical education. Animated videos reach clinicians with most critical content. Wearable tech & sensors changing healthcare. Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Medical Librarians “Hasn't gamification been talked about forever?” @blevinsa “Personally, I think learning analytics is getting close to Asimov and Foundation - do we want to go there?” @mehlibrarian “Ties back to #HR14 's trend of students as producers rather than consumers.” @KR_Barker Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Medical Librarians “I wonder if 3D printing is the new iPad. We get it, now what do we do.” @jonspoke “What is more important - privacy or data on student outcomes?” @mehlibrarian “I was in a meeting where someone was describing gamification with WoW as example. Can't pic wizards and MedEd.” @blevinsa Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Medical Librarians 3d printing analytics big data collaboratories digital curation flipped classes gamification makerspaces MOOCs quantified self simulations smartphones tablets virtual worlds Thursday, February 20, 14
  • Thoughts from Medical Librarians costs funding grants access learning curve scope mission assessment Thursday, February 20, 14
  • PF Anderson, @pfanderson pfa@umich.edu Thursday, February 20, 14