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Issue No.11 - November (2010 vol.43)
pp: 45-52
Bradford W. Hesse , National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
Derek Hansen , University of Maryland, College Park
Thomas Finholt , University of Michigan
Sean Munson , University of Michigan
Wendy Kellogg , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
John C. Thomas , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
ABSTRACT
Computer scientists are working with biomedical researchers, policy specialists, and medical practitioners to usher in a new era in healthcare. A recently convened panel of experts considered various research opportunities for technology-mediated social participation in Health 2.0.
INDEX TERMS
Information technology, Internet/Web, eHealth, Health 2.0, Technology-mediated social participation
CITATION
Bradford W. Hesse, Derek Hansen, Thomas Finholt, Sean Munson, Wendy Kellogg, John C. Thomas, "Social Participation in Health 2.0", Computer, vol.43, no. 11, pp. 45-52, November 2010, doi:10.1109/MC.2010.326
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