Tag Archives: Patient participation

Navigating unknown cancer waters

I downloaded this report “På okänt cancervatten” a while ago, but I’ve only been able to read short sections at a time. Not because I haven’t had time to (which is otherwise a common reason for my fragmented reading habits) … Continue reading

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2 X-rays – 2 very different patient experiences

I’ve been exploring the patient perspective recently – not at all voluntarily but with great interest. I’ve had 2 x-rays done in the past months and I can’t help comparing them. First experience Got a referral to a large hospital … Continue reading

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Medinfo 2013 – reflections

I want to summarize my experiences of Medinfo2013 – and what’s a better way than doing it in a blog post to share with everyone interested? Naturally the post will reflect on the issues I was most interested in. Since … Continue reading

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Patient Engagement Framework from the National eHealth Collaborative

The Patient Engagement Framework is a model created by the National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC) to guide healthcare organizations in developing and strengthening their patient engagement strategies through the use of eHealth tools and resources. The framework describes patient engagement as different stages; (1) … Continue reading

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Why should I read my health records?

Yesterday I was at a network meeting for women working with IT and at dinner of course everyone got interested when I said I do research in health informatics (it’s definitely an area that everyone can relate to but don’t … Continue reading

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