Posts related to the educational initiatives, including courses and academic rounds, at our office.
By digitalcomms on May 30, 2012
The eHealth Summer Camp is designed to give students in grades 10-12 an introduction to eHealth, health technology and the future of health care.
By digitalcomms on May 5, 2012
According to a recent article in the Vancouver Sun, there are a number of BC-based initiatives working to make mobile health care more relevant to our lives.
By digitalcomms on April 30, 2012
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Emergencies, disasters, accidents and injuries can occur at any time and without warning. Being ready to handle emergencies is an individual as well as an organizational responsibility. This eHIPP session aims to equip our organization and staff with the necessary safety procedures and protocols for every emergency situation. To see slideshow Click Here: […]
eHIPP Rounds, April 19, 2012: Health care, technology, and startup culture at #sxsw. Recording Available.
By digitalcomms on April 16, 2012
At this month’s professional development eHIPP talk, Dan Hooker, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at eHealth Office, presented a recap of the South by Southwest conference that was held in early March. South by Southwest Interactive is an annual conference that encompasses a large sector of technology-minded individuals, including developers, marketers and community managers. As health […]
By digitalcomms on March 26, 2012
Registration for the 2012 eHealth Innovators Summer Camp Officially Opens Today! More information is available here: http://ehealth.med.ubc.ca/2012/03/23/ehealth-summer-camp-registration-march-26/
By digitalcomms on March 23, 2012
It’s still March, but for us it feels like summer’s here already. Hot on the heels of the successful first year of the UBC Faculty of Medicine eHealth Summer Camp, registration for this year’s camp starts Monday, March 26, 2012! We are happy to report that TELUS is back as a generous sponsor of the […]
By digitalcomms on March 5, 2012
Join us via webinar Friday March 30th from 11-12pm PST as Dr Jody Crane discusses how Lean Improvement methodologies can make positive changes in the way emergency departments and hospitals function. Dr. Crane practices emergency medicine at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Virginia and is the business director of the Fredericksburg Emergency Medical Alliance. The monthly Evidence to Excellence (E2E) Webinar Series […]
By digitalcomms on February 22, 2012
On March 15th past students of our School of Population and Public Health Masters course on Social Media in Health and Medicine (SPPH 581H) presented the following research: Research study recruitment in the LGB community: making the case for use of Facebook – Laura Dale Gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) people experience several health inequalities which are not always […]