Crowdsourcing Health: A Roundtable Discussion

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Crowdsourcing Health: A Roundtable Discussion

A roundtable discussion on the opportunities and consequences of crowdsourcing health, hosted by The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science

Friday, February 21, 2014
Baker Berry Library, Treasure Room
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars
Registration required.
  • Can new forms of interpersonal communication add value to health care delivery systems? 
  • Can social media and cloud-based platforms like YouTube help deliver better, faster, cheaper health care? 
  • Or is it just hype and empty rhetoric?

Professor Glyn Elwyn will chair a roundtable discussion focused on three examples:

  • Crowdsourcing clinical expertise

Maka Tsulukidze, Postdoctoral Fellow, TDC

  • Patient-driven crowdsourcing for better care

Rachel Thompson, Postdoctoral Fellow, TDC

  • Patient-generated peer support via YouTube communities

Stuart Grande, Postdoctoral Fellow, TDC

Spaces at this seminar will be limited. Please apply to with a brief description of your interest.


For more information, contact:
Robin Paradis-Montibello

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.