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Sex, money and Microsoft - why health on the Internet is more popular


Peter Yellowlees MD


Pmyellowlees@ucdavis.edu


www.informationagehealth.com


http://informationagehealth.blogspot.com



This free eBook is based on excerpts from the recently published book “Your Health in the Information Age – how you and your doctor can use the Internet to work together” by Peter Yellowlees MD which is available at www.InformationAgeHealth.com and most online bookstores and bookshops. Another longer version of this eBook, available for download to iPhones, Blackberry's, PDA's and other mobile devices called "4 simple steps to better health - an insiders look" is available at Smashwords at www.smashwords.com/books/view/1271



The authors expertise


Peter Yellowlees MD is Director of the Health Informatics Program and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California Davis. He undertakes clinical work at the University of California Davis Health System in Sacramento and is an internationally recognized expert in health information technology. He teaches both psychiatry and informatics to medical students, residents and graduate students from a number of disciplines, and runs an online graduate course in telemedicine through the University of California Davis Extension at www.extension.ucdavis.edu. He is in regular demand as an international conference speaker giving more than 100 presentations world-wide over the past five years. He has published more than 150 scientific articles and book chapters, including many on eHealth, has co-authored three books and received well over $7m in research grants. His full academic Curriculum Vitae is available at the web site for the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California Davis at www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/psychiatry.

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