January 11, 2017

Qmed reports on impressive health tech


Dr. H. Gilbert Welch is an academic physician, a professor at Dartmouth Medical School, and a nationally recognized expert on the effects of medical testing. He sees the value of medical care, particularly in those who are acutely ill or injured. But in many other settings, we have exaggerated the benefits of medical care and understated its harms. In this video, Dr. Welch examines some widely held assumptions about the value of medical care.

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AUTOR 14: The autumn edition 7 – 8 november 2015, BUCHAREST, ROMANIA   The International Jewelry Fair AUTOR is the most important event in this field South-Eastern Europe. The biannual event aims to create a dynamic environment with high selection standards. The participants to Autor are offered access to a select and attractive clientele. Autor is […]

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A cloud of nanoparticles washes through a field. Tiny sensors gather data on variants in air current, moisture and temperature. The pH balance of the water and the soil is constantly monitored and the growth rate, health and sustainability of the crop is continually assessed. The dust of nanoparticles—some may call it smart dust—can detect invaders in the field, be it a disease infecting the crop, small animals or humans and dispatch another cloud of dust to combat the threat.

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The next time you look in a mirror, think about this: In many ways you’re more microbe than human. There are 10 times more cells from microorganisms like bac…

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This is an initial description of the mini empathic design workshop that Edwin Rutsch, director of the Center for Building a Culture of Empathy is prototyping and testing. We are inviting a select group of people who have a proven background and interest in design or empathy to take part.

Participants: 4 to 5 per workshop
Time Required: 3 hours
Dates/Times: Various dates and time during the coming months.
Location: Meet Online Using Google Hangouts.
Recording: The call is recorded for educational purposes.
No cost to take part in the testing phase.

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