2013 Medbiquitous Conference Webcasts Now Available!
As a member of Medbiquitous, we are once again pleased to have sponsored and provided our PresentME Webcasting services for the 2013 Annual Medbiquitous Conference held at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. I strongly encourage people to view the videos, join the organization, attend the 2014 conference, and consider implementing the models and standards created by the consortium designed to advance continuing education in the health professions. Below is a listing of the free webcasts from the 2013 conference:
MedBiquitous is pleased to offer a collection of videos from its 2013 annual conference. Select presentations were captured by DLC Solutions and will be available for one year. Most presentations include the slides synchronized with video.
To view the presentations you will need either the Adobe Flash player or an HTML 5 player. If you need to install the Flash player, you can download the free player from the Adobe Flash website.
Don E. Detmer, M.D., M.A., Chairman, MedBiquitous Board of Directors
Building the Infrastructure for Continuous Improvement: A MedBiquitous Update
Peter S. Greene, M.D., Executive Director, MedBiquitous
Using Data-Driven Discovery Techniques for the Design and Improvement of Educational Systems
John Stamper, Ph.D., Systems Scientist, Human-Computer Interaction Institute and Technical Director of the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center DataShop
Longitudinal Outcomes Assessment for Clinicians
David G. Nichols, M.D., President and CEO, American Board of Pediatrics
Pearl Session: Big data and Activity based learning
Valerie Smothers, Deputy Director, MedBiquitous
Pearl Session: Do or do not: Activity in Health Education Technology
Rachel Ellaway, Ph.D., Assistant Dean Curriculum and Planning, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
What’s up, Watson? Where will Artificial Intelligence advance the health professions
Joel Farrell, IBM
Jack Kues, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati
E-learning technologies and social networking technologies to support healthcare education and delivery in low resource settings
Robert C. Bollinger, MD, MPH, Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global