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Web Science DTC - Telemedicine Workshop - Tromso - Norway

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Tim Davies

on 14 September 2012

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Transcript of Web Science DTC - Telemedicine Workshop - Tromso - Norway

How can information flows in healthcare be improved with web technologies? Digital media & healthcare The Web Internet of things Mobile web Semantic web Social web Small pieces loosely joined Built on open standards A socio-technical system Dark web Disruptive web Social Economic Psychological Legal Technical Political Health Science Responding to web based risk Block & filter?

Build skills and resilience?

Online outreach? Holistic Approach Image credit Nita Jatar Kulkarni Patient Specialist GP The communication gap Control Freedom Introducing Anna Looking at how the web is involved in managing a condition along life course. Diagnosis & accessing support
Secondary care episode
Self-management of condition Records Anytime, anywhere
access? Understanding & interpretation of information Semantic web / linked data Information literacy Privacy Security System design Law Open data Archeology Criminology Education Computer science International development Social network analysis Impact evaluation Twitterology Online ethics Online methods
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