Category Archives: Social media

How open are you?

A article with the title Whom Do You Tell When You’re Sick? Maybe Everyone You Know in the New York Times stirred up a little discussion when shared in my Facebook flow the other day. One of the comments made by … Continue reading

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End-of-life resources

Through the ever so excellent Smart Patients forum, I found this page with end-of-life resources compiled by a stage IV cancer patient. Fantastic starting point to explore what happens at the end-of-life and how we can best prepare for it. [post 40 in … Continue reading

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The story of illness

I’m a researcher in health informatics – but growing up, what I always dreamed of was being an author, a storyteller. As a researcher, I of course get to write. And write, and write. But the storytelling is seldom in … Continue reading

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Crisis information through social media

Today it’s hard to write a blog post that does not focus on the tragic events in Brussels. It’s hard to find the right words though – any words at all actually. But I will follow up on yesterdays blog … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Twitter!

Apparently, Twitter turns 10 years today – and of course this deserves a blog post on it’s own. I joined twitter in september 2011 – and since then I’ve published 3320 tweets. Puh. I thought this post would be a … Continue reading

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