MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2009—Videos

MedBiquitous is pleased to offer a collection of lectures from its 2009 annual conference. Select presentations were captured by DLC Solutions and will be available for one year. These presentations include the slides synchronized with video.

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Wednesday April 29, 2009



Don E. Detmer, MD, M.A., Chairman, MedBiquitous Board of Directors, President and CEO, American Medical Informatics Association

Laying the Groundwork for Collaboration: A MedBiquitous Update

Peter Greene, MD, Executive Director, MedBiquitous

The Efficacy of E-learning in the Health Professions

David Cook, MD, MHPE, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


Information – the missing ingredient for successful innovation in medical education

Ronald M Harden OBE MD FRCP FRCS FRCPC,Association for Medical Education in Europe


Unconference VideoFacebook and Social Networking - Can this Really Help me Learn?

Moderated by James B. Mcgee, MD, University of Pittsburgh, and Benjamin Azan, Mount Sinai School of Medicine and MedBiquitous

Thursday April 30, 2009

CONCURRENT PANELS - Second Life and Healthcare Education

Ubiquitous Computing Using Second Life For Online Health Informatics Students

Juliana J. Brixey PhD, MPH, RN; Judith J. Warren PhD, RN, BC, FAAN, FACM University of Kansas School of Nursing

Health Preparedness Training in Second Life: Lessons Learned

Karen Ngowe, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Virtual Patient and Medical Device Simulation In Second Life: the Use Of Immersive Virtual Worlds For Learning and Patient Safety

David I Taylor MSc MBCS; Robin Winter; Mark Chan; Rachel Davies BA (Hons); James Kinross BSc (Hons) MRCS (Eng); Ara Darzi FMedSci HonFREng KBE Imperial College London

CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Tracking Professional Development

Applying the Professional Profile Standard. A Real World Example Of How the Professional Profile Is Used

Annette Gippe; Mike Zarski, AOIA

Online, Just In Time, Electronic Certificate Exchange: A Case Study In Leveraging the MedBiquitous Activity Report XML Standard

Benjamin Greenberg1; Leah Wang1; Annette Gippe4; Tarang Shah2; Carl Singer3; Andrew Rabin3
1Medscape; 2American Osteopathic Association; 3CECity, 4AOIA

The Role Of Open Source Web Technologies In Continuing Medical Education: A Case Study

Jeremy C Lundberg, DLC Solutions; Logan Thomison, OptumHealth Education