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The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach

The Padagogy Wheel … it’s a Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach | Telehealth | Scoop.it

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Deirdre Bonnycastle's curator insight, March 13, 2013 2:01 PM

Great Idea - List of iPad apps for each area of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy

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THE PADAGOGY WHEEL: Thanks Deirdre for reposting this I am honoured that so many people find this helpful - would you believe 229 reposts in Scoop and growing. I am the first to agree that some of these apps might be better placed elsewhere on the wheel also there are more than one place for each app and there is constant need for updating as new apps are released. Please help me with suggestions as to how it can be updated and telling me which apps for example, need adding or replacing. Where I am planning to take this next is to link to the apps, exemplar ways they have been used to achieve the learning outcomes mapped to the cognitive domains. Also to develop "app powered learning sequences" i.e. connecting more than one app together to build a learning activity sequence. This will IMHO generate a highly engaging flow of transformational learning .... what do you and others think? SUGGESTION FOR YOU AND OTHER MEDICAL EDUCATORS: How about you customise this for medical education. Refine the action verbs the activities and the Apps to best suit medical Education, would love to work with you on this. Please give me attribution for the idea and the wheel concept ... that helps. :-)

Also I thought some people might also find my 1.57 min video thought provoking. In it I introduce this wheel and more research I am working on with graduate attributes, Please visit http://tinyurl.com/padwheelvid which will be redirected to YouTube. I am calling the method the CAMERA Method .. "Capabilities and Attributes Mapping for Educational Results inspiring Achievement" ... it's all about the students being all they can be. It is about mapping everything back to graduate attributes, values and capabilities These are more than learning outcomes, they are an attempt to define a graduate.

There is also the podcast episode I did with Prof Geoff Scott of the Uni of Western Sydney. He has done years of research into graduate capabilities (aka values or attributes) It is fascinating stuff in the context of Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching. He has asked the people who give the jobs and catalogued what the respective industries in the market place want in graduates. Duh! Look at the list and ask yourself are they being developed in students from Higher Education or in Education in general ... this is why mapping is so important. Are we equipping graduates to excel and make a difference .... hmmm! Have a look and listen to http://tinyurl.com/alsltblog. "If you exercise these capabilities ... you will be employed!" This sort of stuff makes the "CAMERA method" worth developing. Comments are welcome guys?

... regards Allan.
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Consumer health tech companies are moving increasingly into healthcare

Consumer health tech companies are moving increasingly into healthcare | Telehealth | Scoop.it

More and more, direct-to-consumer wearables companies are moving into business-to-business healthcare markets. It's not exactly a surprising move -- the potential for consumer technology to encourage healthier lifestyle choices is a core thesis of digital health, and one that could have big implications for healthcare as it faces a rise in chronic conditions. Nonetheless, over the course of the past year MobiHealthNews has noticed a creeping trend of the big names in consumer-facing digital health putting more resources behind their B2B programs.

 

Take Fitbit itself, for example. In the company's first quarter earnings call, CEO James Park wasn't shy about trumpeting the healthcare opportunity, stopping just shy of promising a regulated device.


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Hopefully the regulatory environment will catych up before any real harm is done. 
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Consumer health tech companies are moving increasingly into healthcare

Consumer health tech companies are moving increasingly into healthcare | Telehealth | Scoop.it

More and more, direct-to-consumer wearables companies are moving into business-to-business healthcare markets. It's not exactly a surprising move -- the potential for consumer technology to encourage healthier lifestyle choices is a core thesis of digital health, and one that could have big implications for healthcare as it faces a rise in chronic conditions. Nonetheless, over the course of the past year MobiHealthNews has noticed a creeping trend of the big names in consumer-facing digital health putting more resources behind their B2B programs.

 

Take Fitbit itself, for example. In the company's first quarter earnings call, CEO James Park wasn't shy about trumpeting the healthcare opportunity, stopping just shy of promising a regulated device.


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Nokia aligns digital health with hospital’s stroke recovery programs, clinical trials

Nokia aligns digital health with hospital’s stroke recovery programs, clinical trials | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Just a few months after Nokia acquired Withings to make a big push into digital health, it has collaborated with Helsinki University Hospital and University of Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine to support outpatient care and clinical trials, according to a company statement.Nokia Technologies and Helsinki University Hospital will launch a remote patient monitoring solution in the second quarter, the statement said. The collaboration is a first for Nokia Technologies, reflecting the company’s intent to enter the regulated healthcare space.

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IBM's Watson Health, American Diabetes Association partner on cognitive apps, analytics

IBM's Watson Health, American Diabetes Association partner on cognitive apps, analytics | Telehealth | Scoop.it
IBM's Watson Health and the American Diabetes Association have outlined a multi-year partnership to analyze clinical and research data to better manage diabetes.The partnership was outlined at the American Diabetes Association's (ADA) annual scientific powwow in New Orleans. The goal is to use data to build cognitive applications for doctors, researchers and patients.Watson Health and the ADA have been working together to analyze 300,000 patient records to model outcomes and the disease as well as manage care.
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Data is great as long as we remember that care is provided in most cases one patient and family at a time and people are pretty good at that (perhaps armed with the right information) 
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Guild 21: Connected cars, cyber security and restoring vehicles

Guild 21: Connected cars, cyber security and restoring vehicles | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Cybersecurity is a growing concern in the automotive aftermarket. The targets may be the vehicles themselves, or repairer or recycler data. The latest Guild 21 conference call zeroed in on the issue, bringing on guest speaker John T. Ellis, founder and Managing Director of Ellis & Associates. He offered a provocative look into the emerging world of digitally connected cars.
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Drivers using black boxes to cut insurance bill up by almost 40%

Drivers using black boxes to cut insurance bill up by almost 40% | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Installing a black box can help to track stolen cars and have resulted in a 40 per cent drop in crash risk as drivers are more careful. The number of live devices on the road rose by 39 per cent in 2015.
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Canada's first wellness rewards program launches in BC -- VICTORIA, BC, March 3, 2016

Canada's first wellness rewards program launches in BC -- VICTORIA, BC, March 3, 2016 | Telehealth | Scoop.it
VICTORIA, BC, March 3, 2016- Canada's first wellness rewards program launches in BC.
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#StillHere | Alzheimer Society of Canada

#StillHere | Alzheimer Society of Canada | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Be there. For those who are #StillHere. Be informed. Be a friend. Be a supporter.
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January is Alzheimer's month so be there for someone that is #Stillhere 

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Canada needs ‘coalition of the willing’ to improve health care

Canada needs ‘coalition of the willing’ to improve health care | Telehealth | Scoop.it
he values and universal access of the U.K.; the primary care of Israel; the community services of Brazil; the mental-health system of Australia; the health promotion philosophy of the Nordic countries; the patient and community empowerment in parts of Africa; the research and development infrastructure of the United States; the innovation, flair and speed of India; the information, communications and technology of Singapore; the choice offered to patients in France; the funding model of Switzerland; and the care for the aged of Japan.
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"the values and universal access of the U.K.; the primary care of Israel; the community services of Brazil; the mental-health system of Australia; the health promotion philosophy of the Nordic countries; the patient and community empowerment in parts of Africa; the research and development infrastructure of the United States; the innovation, flair and speed of India; the information, communications and technology of Singapore; the choice offered to patients in France; the funding model of Switzerland; and the care for the aged of Japan."

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A randomized controlled trial of the effect of an intensive 1-year care management program on measures of health status in independent, community-living old elderly: the Eldercare project

A randomized controlled trial of the effect of an intensive 1-year care management program on measures of health status in independent, community-living old elderly: the Eldercare project | Telehealth | Scoop.it
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Primary care practitioners are familiar with the frail elderly and commonly have to deal with their multi-morbidity and their functional decline, both physically and mentally....
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Intersting article on supporting otherwise healthy seniors.  Would be interested in implementing tools to stratify the population so that one could apply the appropriate "dose" of an intervention. 

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Sykes Assistance Services Introduces New Mobile Healthcare App | Sykes Assistance Services

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We are very pleased to add to our #selfcare #toolbelt - a truly #mobile #healthcare experience #mhealth #symptomchecker 

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News

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Great branding hope to see the outcomes that are equal to the vision #BAN #wearables #@patientsolutions #pareto  we'd be happy to help 

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Using Computational Approaches to Improve Risk-Stratified Patient Management: Rationale and Methods

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One hopes that we will get an interim analysis before the end of the five years

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Improving Population Health Management Strategies: Identifying Patients Who Are More Likely to Be Users of Avoidable Costly Care and Those More Likely to Develop a New Chronic Disease

Improving Population Health Management Strategies: Identifying Patients Who Are More Likely to Be Users of Avoidable Costly Care and Those More Likely to Develop a New Chronic Disease | Telehealth | Scoop.it

This Commonwealth Fund–supported study explored whether considering a patient’s self-management skills and confidence—as predicted by the commercially available Patient Activation Measure (PAM)—might help health care delivery systems pinpoint additional high-risk patients who could benefit from supportive interventions.
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La Corporation des Services d’assistance Sykes et Capsana signent une entente pour développer et fournir des solutions de santé innovatrices aux Canadiens | Sykes Entreprise de Services D'assistance

La Corporation des Services d’assistance Sykes et Capsana signent une entente pour développer et fournir des solutions de santé innovatrices aux Canadiens | Sykes Entreprise de Services D'assistance | Telehealth | Scoop.it
LONDON, Ontario / MONTRÉAL, Québec [21 juillet 2016] – Aujourd’hui, la Corporation des Services d’assistance Sykes, un chef de fil canadien en services d’assistance (routière, juridique et services télésanté), et Capsana, entreprise initiatrice des campagnes sociétales québécoises Défi j’arrête, j’y gagne ! et Défi santé, annoncent une entente de collaboration dans le but de fournir des solutions de santé de qualité adaptées à l’ensemble du continuum, soit de la maison au bureau, ainsi que dans les milieux de soins de santé primaires et aigus.
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ADA, IBM Watson Tackle Cognitive Chronic Disease Management

ADA, IBM Watson Tackle Cognitive Chronic Disease Management | Telehealth | Scoop.it
The American Diabetes Association will be putting IBM Watson's chronic disease management skills to the test with a new cognitive computing partnership.
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With machine learning we should be able to understand the indvidual impacts of the social determinents as well. 
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Bumps along the rural road: using telemedicine to treat chronic disease in rural communities

Bumps along the rural road: using telemedicine to treat chronic disease in rural communities | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Despite the widely publicized successes of the Affordable Care Act, many rural Americans were forgotten by health care reform. Telemedicine is a critical tool for transitioning to value-based treatments, and to better serving rural communities.
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Telemedicine / telehealth is the best way to prevent the hollowing out of rural healthcare!
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GSK Sets 2017 Trials For Electroceuticals For Chronic Diseases

GSK Sets 2017 Trials For Electroceuticals For Chronic Diseases | Telehealth | Scoop.it
British pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is deepening its commitment to bioelectrical medicine by scheduling clinical trials next yea
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56% of employers use mobile technology to support employee health: survey

56% of employers use mobile technology to support employee health: survey | Telehealth | Scoop.it
More than half (56%) of employer respondents are using mobile apps and associated technologies to promote employee health engagement, according to a new study. The biannual Emerging Technology to Promote Employee Wellbeing study, by Xerox Human Resources Services in conjunction with National Business Group on Health, polled more than 200 employers, 70% of whom are multinational ...
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More than just a way to check your benefits - healthcare in your pocket http://www.sykesassistance.com/carecoachr-mobile ;
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Legal Developments in Connected Car Arena Provide Glimpse of Privacy and Data Security Regulation in Internet of Things | Lexology

Legal Developments in Connected Car Arena Provide Glimpse of Privacy and Data Security Regulation in Internet of Things | Lexology | Telehealth | Scoop.it
With the holiday season in the rear view, automobiles equipped with the newest technology connecting carmakers with their vehicles, vehicles with the…
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Will the #connectcare be the new #attacksurface as OEMs race to capitalize on the #internetofthings?

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#KaiserPermanente to acquire Group Health Cooperative

#KaiserPermanente to acquire Group Health Cooperative | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Kaiser Permanente, the California integrated delivery system with one of the largest U.S. health plans, announced Friday that it will acquire the Seattle-based Group Health Cooperative.
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While the "brands" are similar it will be interesting to see the mix of process and culture

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Minister of Health Mandate Letter

Minister of Health Mandate Letter | Telehealth | Scoop.it
Dear Dr. Philpott: I am honoured that you have agreed to serve Canadians as Minister of Health.
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Please help us provide #universal #portable  #equitable and #pateintcentred not site or provider centred #CARE

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Mastering Mobile Social Media to Improve Health Outcomes

I gave this presentation at a Bayer Pharma STEM4Health Master Class Meetup in Berlin on 23 September 2015.

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lots of usefull information here #thinkdigitalhealth #mhealth #social

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58% of Smartphone Owners Download & Use Mobile Health Apps

58% of Smartphone Owners Download & Use Mobile Health Apps | Telehealth | Scoop.it

The findings from this study illustrate that mHealth app developers will need to consider some of the consumer concerns regarding the products such as excessive data entry requirements and the associated costs.Smartphone users seem to have a high regard for mobile health apps, especially those focused on providing diet and fitness support. A study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows that 58 percent of surveyed mobile phone users have downloaded at least one mobile health app onto their device.


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Takes more than just the app  #userexerience #value #care

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Angelina Anzalone's curator insight, November 27, 2015 6:02 PM
This article discusses the somewhat of a decline in mobile health apps. Mobile health apps ted to cost a pretty penny and require users to enter a lot of information/data when using the apps. This has caused a slight decline in those who want to purchase these apps and users who don't want to waste so much time entering information. 

I personally feel that these two factors that are turning people away from these apps is a huge concern when it comes to the internet and these types of technologies. Apps should be constructed to be cost efficient and user friendly so that people will be more likely to partake in them. This in turn will allow for more people to partake in internet usage. 
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Care Angel won The People’s Choice at the HealthTech Conference 2015

Care Angel won The People’s Choice at the HealthTech Conference 2015 | Telehealth | Scoop.it
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Congratulations Wolf 

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