Category Archives: Conference reflections

Transparency and behavioral change

I’m exhausted after a long day of discussions and meetings and debate. Emotional, engaging and inspiring. We started the day with a great presentation of the OpenNotes initative in the US made by Jan Walker. The experience they have made of … Continue reading

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On respect and knowledge

So, I’ve spent my first afternoon at the Salzburg Global Seminar Session 553, at the beautiful Schloss Leopoldskron just outside Salzburg, Austria. In addition to listening to some interesting discussions and meeting a lot of amazing people, I have a … Continue reading

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Workshop at Vitalis

Speaking of Vitalis, I’m also organizing a workshop together with Johan Eltes, CTO at Inera. We will engage in an active discussion on how the current eHealth infrastructure can be used to facilitate implementation and spreading of eHealth nationally. If … Continue reading

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How much is a conference contribution worth?

I’m reviewing conference submissions right now for the Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics 2016 (deadline today… I know…), and I thought I’d take the opportunity to reflect on a very special topic that haunts Health Informatics researchers. If you’re a researcher in … Continue reading

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Vitalis 2016

Will you be attending Vitalis this year? If you’re not familiar with the Vitalis conference, it’s one of the main meeting points for everyone working with health informatics or eHealth in Sweden. It’s held in Gothenburg every year in April, … Continue reading

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Medinfo 2013 – reflections

I want to summarize my experiences of Medinfo2013 – and what’s a better way than doing it in a blog post to share with everyone interested? Naturally the post will reflect on the issues I was most interested in. Since … Continue reading

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