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Presentation at the Walking Summit: Then and Now, Washington, DC – Our Cities are Changing

“Just Walk, everyone!” Photo by Rosemary Agostini, MD (View on Flickr.com) I feel like I’ve been giving a lot of presentations lately, on semi-related topics… This one was given to the 350+ participants at the 2013 Walking Summit in Washington, DC. I was asked to start the walking meeting of said participants, who were in » » » » on to the full article

Presentation: Why be Social (Media)? @BerkeleyISchool

I had the opportunity in 2013 to repeat what I got to do in 2011, which is lecture at the University of California School of Information (@BerkeleyISchool) in the following course: Info 290A. Finding Health in the US: Health Care and the Information Economy | School of Information Below are the title slides from the » » » » on to the full article

Presentation: Why be Social (Media) – Kaiser Permanente Colorado – “Destination Leadership”

I realized when I uploaded this presentation to Slideshare that it didn’t have a title, so I made one up just now. Everything doesn’t have to have a title, does it? I was invited to be a part of a great learning program put on by the HR/Talent team at Kaiser Permanente (@KPColorado) yesterday, for » » » » on to the full article

Presentation: #GreenHC – Environmental Stewardship in Health Care

Walking the walk, not through an airport (View on Flickr.com) Thanks to Howard Chiou (@medxanthro) at Emory University, I had the awesome opportunity to talk about Kaiser Permanente’s environmental stewardship work ( everything you need to know is here: http://kp.org/green ) at the Rollins School of Public Health (See: First, Do Earth No Harm). Also » » » » on to the full article

Getting the Facts about patient and family experience: Shadowing (presentation)

Getting the Facts - Shadowing - Eytan  1

This post is the follow-up to a tour of the Center for Total Health that I gave Howard Chiou (@medxanthro) who’s a MD-PhD student in medical anthropology at Emory University. Since Howard’s an anthropologist, he’s interested in the culture of health care systems and how we learn about them and make them better. One thing » » » » on to the full article

Crowdsource request: Help our dialogue with leaders in academic medicine regarding social media

Engaging our patients in the 21st Century (augmented reality display from Center for Total Health) I have been invited by the Association of American Medical Colleges (@AAMCtoday) to join social media superstar physicians Vinny Arora, MD (@futuredocs) and Bryan Vartabedian, MD (@Doctor_V) in leading a discussion about social media at the (love the acronym): 2013 » » » » on to the full article

Every Body Walk! and Make Roads Safe – hyper-Ignite at American Medical Student Association Annual Convention 2013

Help this Muppet Below in timed version and self-advanced version, given at the 2013 American Medical Student Association Annual Convention (@AMSANational), in Washington, DC. I decided to stray a bit from the Ignite format and instead do what I’m calling a hyper-ignite. 9.5 seconds per slide instead of 15. It’s 33% more efficient! Enjoy, and » » » » on to the full article