Conference presentations, workshops, and tutorials.
Murray, P.J. & Erdley, W.S. (2012) From E.T. Net and nrsing-l to Facebook and Twitter: nurses’ changing use of global online communications for improving healthcare. Rutgers Thirtieth Annual International Interprofessional Technology Conference, 14-18 April, New Brunswick NJ, USA.
Murray, P.J. (2012) Web 2.0 and Social Media in Medical Education. Online presentation to MEI2012 conference (Medical Education Informatics), April 06-07, 2012; Thessaloniki, Greece. Slideshare at http://www.slideshare.net/drpeter/web-20-and-social-media-in-medical-education
Murray, PJ (2011) Nursing informatics – international perspectives.Commonalities, sharing, futures. In: AMIA-NIWG Workshop. AMIA 35th Annual Symposium on Biomedical and Health Informatics, Washington DC, USA, October.
Murray, P., Paton, C., Hansen, M., Elkin, P.L., & Fernandez-Luque, L. (2011) Towards a research agenda for social media in healthcare and academia. In: MIE2011 User Centred Networked Health Care, 28-31 August, 2011, Oslo, Norway.
Murray, PJ & Wright, G (2011) Towards a Research Agenda for Web 2.0 and Social Media in Health and Informatics. Joint International Research Conference, Walter Sisulu University, East London, South Africa. August.
Murray, PJ (2011) Will Social Media and Mobile Technologies Support a Confluence of International Connectivities? Methods of Information in Medicine Symposium on Biomedical Informatics: Confluence of Multiple Disciplines. Heidelberg, Germany. June.
Murray, P.J. (2011) Aspects of Web 2.0 and social media relating to health and informatics. Keynote presentation. In: INFOLAC2011, 17-19 May, 2011, Guadalajara, Mexico.
Hale D, Murray P, Friedman C, Abbott P, Ashbourne E (2010) Panel on How the Technology and new paradigm of content aggregation is changing the relationship between people and institutions with respect to eHealth New approaches. PAHO/WHO/NLM-NIH Series on Public Health Information – Innovations Exchanges, Washington DC USA, November.
Murray PJ (2010) Meaningful use – international perspective, UK. In: Tutorial ‘Meaningful use of HIT in nursing practice. AMIA 34th Annual Symposium on Biomedical and Health Informatics, Washington DC, USA, November.
Murray PJ, Parry E, Paton C, Honey M, Parry D (2010) Informatics to support clinical networking. Panel at at HINZ2010, 9th Annual Health Informatics New Zealand Conference, Wellington NZ, November.
Murray PJ (2010) Transforming the landscape of clinical care: sharing international views and experiences from clinical networks. Keynote presentation at HINZ2010, 9th Annual Health Informatics New Zealand Conference, Wellington NZ, November.
Strachan H, Murray P, Bakken S, Goossen W (2010) Personal health information management systems: tools and strategies for citizens’ engagement. Workshop at Medinfo2010, 13th World Congress on Health and Medical Informatics, Cape Town, South Africa, September.
Kouri P, Saranto K, Moen A, Murray P, Hansen M (2010) Social media – new tools for personal health and wellbeing. Panel at Medinfo2010, 13th World Congress on Health and Medical Informatics, Cape Town, South Africa, September.
Murray PJ (2010) International nursing informatics development and co-operation. Keynote presentation at Taiwan Nursing Informatics Symposium, Taipei, Taiwan, June.
Murray, PJ (2010) Nurses, information, technology: keys to the future of health and care. Keynote presentation at CRONIA 2010: International Nursing Conference on Health in Community. Zagreb, Croatia, May.
Murray, PJ (2010) A Boston IT Party – International Re(-E)volutions in Nursing Informatics. Keynote presentation at ANIA-CARING Annual Conference, Boston MA, April.
Murray PJ (2010) Biomedical and health informatics from the perspective of the international scientific societies. Inforsalud 2010: XIII National Congress of Health Informatiucs, Madrid, Spain, February.
Murray PJ (2010) Open interoperable standards in connected health, nursing and informatics. Keynote presentation at Open Health 2010 Conference and Summit, Belfast, Northern Ireland, January.
Murray PJ, Wright G, Karopka T, Betts H, Orel A (2009) Open source and healthcare in Europe – time to put leading edge ideas into practice. Workshop at MIE2009, Medical informatics in a healthy and united Europe, XXII International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, August.
Murray PJ (2009) Exploring the potential of Web 2.0 within health and informatics. Health Informatics Society of Ireland Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, April.
Murray PJ (2009) Does Web 2.0 have any value for nursing and Informatics? Med-e-Tel 2009 Conference, Luxembourg, April.
Murray PJ, Hansen M, Erdley S (2009) What relevance do Web 2.0 technologies have for nursing informatics and professional development? Panel at NI2009, 10th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, Helsinki, Finland, June.
Murray PJ, Erdley S, Strachan H (2009) Personal Health Records (PHR): Health 2.0, Virtual Worldsa and more. Workshop at NI2009, 10th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, Helsinki, Finland, June.
Murray PJ. (2008) IMIA and Education – past, present and some speculations on the future. Thessaloniki, Greece; December.
Murray PJ. (2008) Open source and open access in healthcare – towards bridging the digital divide. InfoLAC2008 conference, Pilar, Argentina; October.
Murray PJ. (2008) IMIA Education WG – past, present and future. Content, curriculum, access, interaction. IMIA Education Working Group Conference, Hospital Italiano, Buenos Aires, Argentina; October.
Latest update: 06 April, 2012