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By Michael Lim on July 30, 2012
Or more precisely, your discerning design eyes. If you are a student, artist or an individual who loves design contests – read on. Vancouver Coastal Health and the eHealth Strategy Office, UBC Faculty of Medicine are leading a not-for-profit, non-commercial public health engagement initiative called My Health My Community. The myhealthmycommunity.org website at present is a [...]
By Vivian Wong on July 26, 2012
Last week, our first group of eHealth Young Innovators embarked on an exciting visit to the Centre of Excellence for Simulation Education and Innovation at Vancouver General Hospital.
By ajones on July 26, 2012
The man is strolling through an area that vaguely resembles part of the UBC campus, but is in fact a plaza in Edmonton. Only his head and shoulders fit onto the screen that our group is watching. The wires of his earphones sway gently from side to side as he walks. His expression is one [...]
By lizheathcote on July 20, 2012
Today we wrapped up week 1 of the eHealth Summer camp, made possible with the generous support of TELUS. Campers had an hour and a half to choose a presentation topic, prepare a presentation and deliver it to their peers, instructors, parents and some guests, including a reporter & photographer from the Vancouver Sun newspaper. [...]
By Michael Lim on July 12, 2012
The future website for a major public engagement project is currently blank – waiting for a digital Degas or pixilated Picasso to make it come to life. We’re looking for graphic design and artistic students, or anyone who loves design contests to create a logo and/or brand, a look and feel, for the My Health [...]
By Helen Novak Lauscher on July 10, 2012
The iCON project has been profiled in the latest edition of Cultures West the quarterly magazine of AMSSA (the Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies). The summer 2012 edition explores issues faced by immigrant and refugee seniors, and showcases various resources and programs around the province. Cultures West is available in print or online. [...]
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