Tag: technology

  • HCTP Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop 2004 – Day 1 thoughts…

    It’s been a while since I last posted, but I’ve been somewhat caught up on readings and preparing some of the background work for my thesis/dissertation work. In any case, I attended this year’s Health Care, Technology, & Place (HCTP) Annual Interdisciplinary Workshop held at St. Andrew’s Club in Toronto, Canada. Here are some of […]

  • Technological determinism and eHealth

    During a team meeting at the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation yesterday, a point was raised about an assumption that we may all unconsciously have regarding the use of ICTs to improve health and health care (i.e., technological determinism). I stumbled across an interesting quotation by a newly appointed VP to an “eHealth” company called […]