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Society for Participatory Medicine 2018 Evaluation

SPM2018 Conference - October 17th

Hello! You registered for the 2018 Society for Participatory Medicine (SPM) Conference.  

Please take 3 minutes to send us your feedback about the conference. Your views help us understand attendee experience, and about SPM. Questions are voluntary and anonymous.

THANK YOU for your time! Sincerely, 

Society for Participatory Medicine
1. Which of the following describes your membership in the Society? *This question is required.
2. Which of the following best describes you?
3. Did you attend the SPM2018 Conference on October 17th in Boston? *This question is required.
4. Which of the following were important reasons to attend the SPM Conference? (choose all that apply)
4. Please rate the overall presentation of the following presentations and/or sessions that you attended:
Space Cell ExcellentVery GoodGoodFairPoorDid Not Attend
Doug Lindsay: Inventing a Surgery is One Thing…To Actually Get It, Lead Doctors, Build Trust, Make Emotional Sense
Patricia Flatley Brennan, RN, PhD,: Supporting the Care Between the Care; The Role of the National Library of Medicine
Rasu Shrestha, MD, MBA: The Healthcare World is Changing — Our Time Is Now!
Angela and Grace Kennedy:Personal Health Information is Saving Grace
Kristina Sheridan: Transforming Patient Voices into Hard Data
Sarah Krug: The Patient Doctor Tango
Bill Marder, PhD:Data Ocean or 1,000 Lakes? The Balkanization of Health Data
Ivan Handler & Casey Quinlan: Putting the “Care” Back in Healthcare: Technology-Supported Relationship
Jason Bobe: The Future of Medicine Begins with the Patient
Brennen Hodge: Health is the New Wealth - How Tokenized Health Data Changes the Game
Gabe Howard & John Grohol, PsyD: Psych Central podcast - Talking Mental Health with Brenda Denzler, Doug Lindsay & Rei Lopez
Participatory Medicine Manifesto; A Co-Design Session
4. To what extent did the conference inspire you and lead you to do anything differently?
4. In your opinion, what level of priority are the following topics to participatory medicine?
Space Cell High PriorityModerate PriorityLow Priority
Integrating patient and caregiver Voices into care
Improving the patient-clinician relationship
Finding and using public information, research and peers for better health
Personally collecting and using health information (e.g. patient generated data) for better health
Using technology to support self-care and care relationships
Health data access, interoperability, and privacy
Citizen science: working with researchers and doctors to find solutions
4. A one-day SPM conference is 
4. How likely is it that you would recommend this conference to a friend or colleague? *This question is required.
Not at all likelyExtremely Likely
4. Overall, what is your view of the conference?
Great!Pretty GoodNot BadMeh