These were designed to build bridges between public and private sectors
in the understanding of how information technology is changing consumers'
experiences. Bellwether industries like retail, personal finance, private
aviation, etc. and their emerging technologies and tools are a focal point
for strategizing how technologies might be used as healthcare becomes
consumer-centric and the public, patients, and families become more equal
partners in the production of health information.
University of Washington
October 13, 2006, Seattle, WA - for luncheon for extended masters of
public health students and panel presentations honoring the retirement of Dean Michelle Bell.
Adapted from the October 11 presentation below.
11, 2006, Rockville, Maryland - for an expert panel, as one of two
presenters for a client audience of Department of Health and Human
Services health communicators, including people from five Institutes at the
National Institutes of Health. Focusing on new media and implications for
Federal health communications programs.