Pinktober–never heard this word before starting to use twitter in October 2011. Now I’ll never think of October in the same way again. All because of the dynamism of one woman, Rachel Cheetham… Continue reading
By SCAD survivor and activist Katherine K. Leon
“The “biggest value [of connected health]* is in unlocking [the] individual’s ability to care for themselves!” So says Joseph Kvedar, MD, Founder and Director The Center for Connected Health, a Division of Partners Health in… Continue reading
Perhaps it was all started by Frank Warren’s Post Secret project in November 2004. Whatever its beginnings, using stark note cards to tell a story in video or still photography has become an important… Continue reading
A variety of foot apparel, e.g. stocking, socks, etc., had been affixed by and around the chimney in said House in the hope and/or belief that St. Nick a/k/a/ St. Nicholas a/k/a/ Santa… Continue reading
This video from ACP Foundation demonstrates that people of all educational levels can have poor health literacy.
Patient-Centered Medicine Part 2.
Ok…the first post in this series called Targeting versus Tailoring describes the difference between the two. To summarize, a targeted message is created for a specific group of people. A tailored message is… Continue reading
Think about doing a little target practice. Imagine the target board…concentric rings coming to a small bull’s-eye in the center. What kind of gun would you choose to hit the mark? A sawed… Continue reading