Ni2009 Web2panel Final

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Published on June 28, 2009

Author: drpeter

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Panel presentation by Peter Murray and Scott Erdley at NI2009 conference - June 2009, Helsinki, Finland.

Peter J. Murray, W. Scott Erdley What Relevance do Web 2.0 Applications Have for Nursing Informatics and Professional Development?

Peter J. Murray RN, PhD, MSc, CertEd, FBCS CITP Director and Founding Fellow: CHIRAD (UK), CHIRAD Africa Vice President Strategic Planning and Acting Executive Director: IMIA

W. Scott Erdley , DNS, RN Associate Professor, Wegmans School of Nursing St. John Fisher College   Member: CHIRAD

What is the panel all about? An overview/reminder of what Web 2.0 is Some examples that we have been using Using Web 2.0 tools in 'education' Some new tools Discussion – issues and challenges for use in healthcare, nursing, informatics etc.

With thanks to nursing informatics colleagues: Karl Øyri Rod Ward Margaret Maag Bill Perry

Additional thanks, interaction, ideas: IMIA Web 2.0 Exploratory Taskforce www.imiaweb2taskforce.org Some of the pioneers in Health 2.0 and related topics - Berci, Jen, Cisco, Maarten, Luis, Chris .... (at Medicine 2.0 conference)

 

My aim is to agitate and disturb people. I ’ m not selling bread, I ’ m selling yeast. Miguel de Unamuno, writer and philosopher (1864-1936) ‏ … or ...

We're not giving any answers - just asking questions and asking you to think

Web 1.0 1989 - 2004(?) http://simplecomplexity.net/natural-language/what-is-web-30/

Web 2.0 is … a term referring to a) improved communication and collaboration between people via social-networking technologies, b) improved communication between separate software applications ("mashups") via open Web standards for describing and accessing data, and c) improved Web interfaces that mimic the real-time responsiveness of desktop applications within a browser window. (Eysenbach; March 2008)

Web 2.0 2004(ish) - 2015(?) http://simplecomplexity.net/natural-language/what-is-web-30/

 

… or we can view Web 2.0 as ... web-applications that get more useful the more people use them ... - and apply this to health IT (Chris Paton – personal email discussion, March 2009)

Web 2.0 claims: Applications will provide benefit to the international health and nursing informatics communities - will allow users to interact with a dynamic, multimedia, and engaging Web platform - will foster interaction, communities, etc. - will change the way we work - will change healthcare, medicine, nursing

Web 2.0 claims: Are any of these true? Do we have any evidence? How much do nurses use them - as opposed to other health (informatics) professionals? Plenty of consumers – not so many producers or much real interaction The 1% rule - if you get a group of 100 people online then one will create content, 10 will "interact" with it (commenting or offering improvements) and the other 89 will just view it.

What Web 2.0 tools can do for us Creating content – 'traditional' and new types (blogs, wikis, YouTube) New ways of presenting information Sharing content (RSS feeds, social networking) Connecting with people (Social networking – Facebook etc) Changing the balance of power?

What Web 2.0 tools can do for us

Creating content – 'traditional' and new types

(blogs, wikis, YouTube)

New ways of presenting information

Sharing content

(RSS feeds, social networking)

Connecting with people

(Social networking – Facebook etc)

Changing the balance of power?

Some Web 2.0 tools we are using here Blog (Wordpress) - to report on event; encourage interaction and 'virtual participation' Twitter (@ni2009) - to report on event; encourage interaction and 'virtual participation' Facebook (NI2009 'event') - social networking YouTube, podcast (future use) - recording of sessions etc.

 

 

 

Blogs Publish content - text mainly – but also graphics and multiple media - sharing of others' content - frequent updates possible; rapid publication - distribution by RSS feeds (to RSS reader, email, etc) - one or multiple authors - 'editorial' policies vary - can be transient opinion or highly researched - but increasing issues around who is reading them - eg: - FTC (Federal Trade Commission) looking at ethical issues (FTC plans to monitor blogs for claims and payments, http://www.buffalonews.com/145/story/710835.html accessed 06.22.09)

 

 

Social networking (Facebook, LinkedIn, Ning, and many others) - focus on interaction, collaboration - social or professional (or mix of both) - allow multiple media, inclusion of and or links to other applications to give rich environment - increasing links between apps (eg Twitter feed on Facebook) (- and many rely on open source)

 

 

Wikis Collaborative document production and editing environments - allow 'roll-back' to earlier versions, corrections - usually multi-author (often 'experts') - authentication systems; expectation of evidence (eg Wikipedia) - mainly text, but multiple media possible

 

Nursing Education and Web 2.0 A plethora of potential and or actual applications currently in place Concerns: Privacy of students (in US) Restrict access to students and or device-specific Archiving Proprietary versus open-source Matching need with application Wiki with collaboration Blogging with clinical journaling YouTube with creativity

A plethora of potential and or actual applications currently in place

Concerns:

Privacy of students (in US)

Restrict access to students and or device-specific

Archiving

Proprietary versus open-source

Matching need with application

Wiki with collaboration

Blogging with clinical journaling

YouTube with creativity

Education examples Blogging * Clinical journaling o University at Buffalo Graduate nursing students o Restricted access to site o Openly accessible versus proprietary option (aka 'Blackboard') Wiki * Collaboration * Example: last post-conference * Utilitized to develop Team 5 paper * Ultimately not fully engaged due to participant barriers * Current example: Ulrich Schrader o http://info.ulrich-schrader.de/    

Blogging

* Clinical journaling

o University at Buffalo Graduate nursing students

o Restricted access to site

o Openly accessible versus proprietary option (aka 'Blackboard')

Wiki

* Collaboration

* Example: last post-conference

* Utilitized to develop Team 5 paper

* Ultimately not fully engaged due to participant barriers

* Current example: Ulrich Schrader

o http://info.ulrich-schrader.de/

 

 

 

SecondLife (Linden Labs) Avatar in 'virtual world' Rules apply but not necessarily same 'rules' as 'real world' Active learning environment coupled with participant engagement Knowledge creation? Nursing education focus Examples: John Miller , nursing faculty at Tacoma Community College, Tacoma, WA, USA   Constance Johnson , nursing faculty at Duke University School of Nursing Virtuality – Second Life

SecondLife (Linden Labs)

Avatar in 'virtual world'

Rules apply but not necessarily same 'rules' as 'real world'

Active learning environment coupled with participant engagement

Knowledge creation?

Nursing education focus

Examples:

John Miller , nursing faculty at Tacoma Community College, Tacoma, WA, USA

  Constance Johnson , nursing faculty at Duke University School of Nursing

 

 

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) - means of pushing information to users from such items as wikis, blogs, and other 'active' net sites - different formats are possible - able to be 'read' by separate 'reader applications' as well as web browsers - allow for users to be kept 'up-to-date' without visiting the actual site (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS, 06.22.09)

RSS examples (as screen shots): CNN Blogs Health oriented   Health informatics - 'krew'   Chris Paton's

RSS examples (as screen shots):

CNN

Blogs

Health oriented

 

Health informatics - 'krew'

 

Chris Paton's

 

 

 

Microblogging, short/instant messaging Twitter - 140 character limit - current exponential growth - followers and following – quasi 'community' - interaction, retweets, private messages - many ways to read and post (third party apps) - 'the jury is still out' on long-term value

 

 

Where next?

Web 3.0 2012(ish?) - ???? http://simplecomplexity.net/natural-language/what-is-web-30/ Semantic Web; 'Web of things'

12-15 September, 2010 Cape Town, South Africa www.medinfo2010.org Submissions deadline: 30 September 2009 http://medinfo2010.online-registry.net/

Further information and contact (and any updated version of presentation) ‏ www.hi-blogs.info peterjmurray@gmail.com scott.erdley@gmail.com @peterjmurray (on Twitter)

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