MedBiquitous June 2010 Newsletter
- Confirm your newsletter subscription
- A new address, a new look
- Mark your calendar - MedBiquitous Annual Conference May 9 - 11, 2011
- Conference presentations and videos now available
- Training needs
- Membership update
MedBiquitous is in the process of upgrading its mailing lists. As part of this process, we are requiring you to confirm your subscription to continue receiving the MedBiquitous newsletter. The new email address for the MedBiquitous newsletter will be email@example.com. You will receive an email from the mailman administrator requesting that you click a link to opt into the mailing list. If you wish to continue receiving the MedBiquitous newsletter, please follow the instructions in the email to do so.
If you have any questions, please contact Valerie Smothers.
The MedBiquitous offices have moved to a new location. Please note our new postal address and phone number.
5801 Smith Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
In addition to moving, we’ve also been making a number of system upgrades, including a redesign of our website. Check out www.medbiq.org to see the new, sleeker MedBiquitous!
The MedBiquitous Annual Conference will be held May 9 to 11 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Further details and call for abstracts will be released soon. Mark your calendars!
Presentations and videos from the MedBiquitous Annual Conference and 2nd International Conference on Virtual Patients are now available. Peruse a rich selection of presentations related to the use of virtual patients, implementation of e-learning and social networking in healthcare education, and integration of virtual reality and other high fidelity simulations. Our thanks to conference hosts eViP, G4, The Higher Education Academy, mEducator, St. George's University of London, and everyone who made the conference a resounding success. Special thanks to conference sponsors MedEdPortal and VPSim for their support.
Have you wondered how to practically apply MedBiquitous standards in your organization? Does your staff need training on XML and other technologies for collaboration? Tell us about it! MedBiquitous has developed a questionnaire to assess the training needs of the MedBiquitous community. We will use the data from this survey to shape webinars, workshops, and other educational offerings.
MedBiquitous is pleased to welcome the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) as a member. The mission of the NBOME is to protect the public by providing the means to assess competencies for osteopathic medicine and related health care professions.