by Ali Jalali, MD, is a medical educator at the Faculty of Medicine’s Division of Clinical and Functional Anatomy and has been sharing his knowledge and expertise at the University of Ottawa since 2003. His main research interests revolve around use of technology in education.
Physician, reader of books, airplane traveler, speaker/writer/learner. “I keep busy giving keynotes on the future of medicine, facilitating strategic planning retreats for health organizations, writing blogs and articles, and drinking red wine”.
CMIO for Nuance that brings a distinctive blend of medical practitioner and business strategist, to the realm of healthcare technology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Biomedical research, medical education & clinical advances. Tweeting: David Flores, Paul Moniz, Kim Newman and Deirdre Branley.
RN. Blogging the latest in health care & technology. Hubby to @JanWieder, dad, son & brother. Perpetual learner, information junkie & Twitterphile.
Bringing relevant news from the mHealth web community
-newbreaking stories in this rapidly changing science
Moore law says that computers get twice as powerful every 18 months, so look out momma!
-Youngsters, especially med students, are impacting this new field, and ably covered by med student Iliat at imedicalapps.com
-lots of changes are on the horizon in this science, especially diagnosing and effective treatments of cancer
Please list any “New Daily Newspapers”, below in the comment section, so we can add to the list!
-Larry Creswell MD, a cardiologist from Jackson, Miss, is both a triathlete, and a caretaker for many fellow triathletes