The Unmentionables

At the 8th Annual Fall Conference, the full Unmentionables session explored everything from purpose to sex to stress, and the ever growing importance of understanding these issues as they relate to our health. 

Susannah Fox – The Unmentionables

Susannah Fox shares her research and investigation into the “good things that happen when we share.” Data collected on this theme speaks to the possibilities of shared solutions in care giving, and being a happy and productive care giver.

 

Unmentionables: Full Session

The Unmentionables panel, moderated by Alex Drane of Eliza, is a place for those companies whose topics simply are not often discussed in health care.  This year vulnerability, care-giving, death, sex, stress, and drinking were addressed from companies including Cigna, Altarum Institute, the Pew Research Center, UCSF, Delivering Happiness (Zappos), Hula, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and author Gabrielle Glaser.  The theme for this year’s panel was “Health is life. Care, completely. Empathy always.”

Pew Research Center: Unmentionables

Susannah Fox is the  authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences.  On the Unmentionables panel she spoke on the data behind care-giving, recently including as much as 39% of the American population.

Pew Research Center: The New Environment for Better Health Care Decisions

Susannah is the  authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences. This year, on the heels of the Pew Research Center’s study of self-tracker data, she spoke on increasing data access, communication, personalization, and the gaps that still need to be filled.

Patients and Online Communities

The advancement and popularity of patient communities online is an international phenomenon. This panel examines communities in different cultures, languages and context, and shows what impact they have on care delivery in different countries-and what the internationalization of information means for patients and doctors.

The Patient is In – Part 1

Are Health 2.0 tools and technologies making a difference for patients and if so, how? We set out in summer 2009 to track some patients as they used Health 2.0 services managing their health and everyday lives. We’ll see them on video, meet three of them on stage and see some of the technologists whose tools they used. Later, we will get commentary from a group of famous ePatients.

Digital Strategy – E-Patient Analyses

Susannah Fox, Associate Director, Digital Strategy, Pew Internet Project | America

Susannah is the authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences. Some of her recent reports include: Twitter and Status Updating, Fall 2009 and The Social Life of Health Information, but most of the time you’ll find her provocative analysis on the e-patients.net blog and on twitter.

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The Unmentionables

At the 8th Annual Fall Conference, the full Unmentionables session explored everything from purpose to sex to stress, and the ever growing importance of understanding these issues as they relate to our health. 

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Susannah Fox – The Unmentionables

Susannah Fox shares her research and investigation into the “good things that happen when we share.” Data collected on this theme speaks to the possibilities of shared solutions in care giving, and being a happy and productive care giver.

 

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Unmentionables: Full Session

The Unmentionables panel, moderated by Alex Drane of Eliza, is a place for those companies whose topics simply are not often discussed in health care.  This year vulnerability, care-giving, death, sex, stress, and drinking were addressed from companies including Cigna, Altarum Institute, the Pew Research Center, UCSF, Delivering Happiness (Zappos), Hula, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and author Gabrielle Glaser.  The theme for this year’s panel was “Health is life. Care, completely. Empathy a ...
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Pew Research Center: Unmentionables

Susannah Fox is the  authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences.  On the Unmentionables panel she spoke on the data behind care-giving, recently including as much as 39% of the American population.

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Pew Research Center: The New Environment for Better Health Care D ...

Susannah is the  authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences. This year, on the heels of the Pew Research Center’s study of self-tracker data, she spoke on increasi ...
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Patients and Online Communities

The advancement and popularity of patient communities online is an international phenomenon. This panel examines communities in different cultures, languages and context, and shows what impact they have on care delivery in different countries-and what the internationalization of information means for patients and doctors.

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The Patient is In – Part 1

Are Health 2.0 tools and technologies making a difference for patients and if so, how? We set out in summer 2009 to track some patients as they used Health 2.0 services managing their health and everyday lives. We’ll see them on video, meet three of them on stage and see some of the technologists whose tools they used. Later, we will get commentary from a group of famous ePatients.

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Digital Strategy – E-Patient Analyses

Susannah Fox, Associate Director, Digital Strategy, Pew Internet Project | America

Susannah is the authority on what Americans are doing online regarding their health, and is a regular presenter at Health 2.0 conferences. Some of her recent reports include: Twitter and Status Updating, Fall 2009 and The Social Life of Health Information, but most of the time you’ll find her provocative analysis on the e-patients.net blog and on twitter.