The M.S. Health and the Public Interest program invites both students and the general public to the weekly seminar sessions. Sept. 2, Gary Schwitzer, Publisher of HealthNewsReview.org @ 12pm-1:30
Due to Georgetown University's migration to virtual online learning, we will host the following seminars through Zoom. Please feel free to join us, no RSVP needed: 3/18, 4-5:30pm, Louis Jacques
Medicine today is said to be “evidence-based” — practiced on the basis of cumulative clinical studies. But for the physicians and researchers involved in launching the newest master’s degree program at Georgetown University, medical evidence isn’t enough.
HAPI Student: “Consumer Health Questions about Vaccines: An exploratory comparison of Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri” in BMJ Journal | Feb. 2020
Emily Alagha '19 recently published an article "Evaluating the quality of voice assistants’ responses to consumer health questions about vaccines: an exploratory comparison of Alexa, Google Assistant