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    Assistant VP for ITS, 1998 - present
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Great example of how video (and specifically using Google Glass for POV Point of View) can be an excellent addition to teaching.
 
Sim man gets intubated #throughglass #googleglass

Way to go Alex!!! Nailed it on the first try #throughglass !!!
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Hail to the Victors!

No. 2 Michigan begins #MarchMadness journey with 57-40 win over No. 15 Wofford.
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Balancing remote work with mandatory face-to-face time and frequent opportunities for casual interaction = engaged teleworkers.
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Great to see the MO School of Dental and Oral Health continuing to do good things for the local community.
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Center for Disease Control - Ladder Safety App

Thanks to +Charles Fleschner for helping this post pop up in my stream.  What a useful app from the CDC.

Android:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.cdc.niosh.dsr.laddersafety

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iOS:  https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=658633912&mt=8

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Climbing an extension ladder that isn’t safely propped against a wall or the side of a building can be a recipe for falling. But now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a free smartphone application to help prevent such falls. http://jama.md/1iXlp52
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Seeking comments on this article.  Should be a great conversation starter.
In Her, Spike Jonze’s Oscar-winning romance between a man and his operating system, we are pushed to reevaluate our relationships with computers. If it could listen and respond intelligently to your every concern, would you prefer dating a computer over a distracted, self-involved human? But for me, it’s not in my love life that I...
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Oh my.....duck!!!
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How long before Google glass (or similar form of wearable computer) is as ubiquitous as the stethoscope?... I'm betting that it will be well before current med school graduates finish practicing medicine.
 
Now here's a Google Glass use case I'm excited about!

Congrats to upstart +Ian Shakil, who today launched his company +Augmedix to bring Google Glass applications to doctors.
Google Glass is facing some challenges in terms of public perception and an ongoing debate about its role in the public forum, but it has some potential in..
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I'll bet you're right. Engineers as well. They be a great tool to have out in the field. 
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No.  Data is defintely NOT the Doctor of the future... but it will most certainly be an ever-growing part of the healtcare tool box.
 
Is Data The Doctor Of The Future? [Future of Health] - New platforms are using data to augment doctors’ decision-making abilities and optimize the overall cost of health care. http://ow.ly/2EBO4a
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During my last wellness visit Dr. Puckett had additional routine labs drawn and sent to a diagnostics group moving in the direction of this model . Their niche is leveraging data for early prevention purposes. The results were fascinating and made sense. Company site: https://www.myhdl.com
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Google Glass at ATSU?  We recently did some testing with KCOM students using Google glass as a device to provide "Point of View" camera angles for OMM techniques.  It is an exciting idea that we'll continue to work on, but it is not quite ready for prime time.... YET.
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Ohh... Great idea! I wish I was there. So close.
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