Who Is Making Health Here? #makehealth

Reposted from Health Design By Us: Who is Making Health Here? #makehealth; Find out about the health-makers you’ll meet on Saturday!

We Make Health Fest (University of Michigan)

When we started planning this, more than once Joyce told me, “Hey, I’ll be happy if five people show up.” Well, we did a lot of talking, had a lot of meetings, asked people to spread the word, and … the resulting response has been beyond our WILDEST dreams! Since this is our first time, we wanted to keep this as open as possible, and create as many opportunities for people to be involved as we could. Exhibitors are timesharing booths and tables. Speakers are doing mostly pecha kucha style 5-minute presentations. We didn’t want to say “no” to anyone! So if you say you’re a maker and wanted to be involved, we did our darnedest to try to fit you in somewhere. So who all will you find if you come? Here’s how you find out.

On our website: http://makehealth.us/

Direct link to the full speaker and exhibitor schedule as a downloadable PDF: http://bit.ly/MakeHealthFestSpeakers

We also are in the process of adding the schedule into Lanyrd.

Lanyrd: We Make Health Fest: Schedule

Lanyrd has an app, if you want to use it during the event.

Lanyrd apps: Android | iPhone | Mobile Web | Open Web

Or you can simply read on!


10:30am Joyce Lee / Welcome
10:35am Jose Gomez-Marquez / Keynote
11:05am John Costik / Keynote: Hacking Diabetes
11:35am Andrew Maynard / Color My Poop Beautiful, and Other Tales of Tech Derring Do
11:55 Makers the Movie
1:05pm Matt Christensen / Linnetic: A Better Way to Monitor Asthma
1:10pm Nanci and Eilah Nanney / GREAT Gluten-Free Kitchens!
1:15pm Marc Stephens / Tech-Savvy Fitness
1:25pm Jane Berliss-Vincent / The iPad as Resuscitation Device: Notes on Assistive Tech in the Hospital Environment
1:35pm Linda Diane Feldt / There is a Free Lunch: Wildcrafting and Foraging for Food and Medicine
1:45pm Kris Kullgren / Mott Kids4Kids: Utilizing Peer Education Videos at Bedside and Beyond
1:55pm Amer Abughaida / A Manual Stair-Climbing Wheelchair
2:00pm Duane Mackey / Open Source Mosquito Trap
2:05pm Brandon McNaughton / Kitchen-Table Diagnostics with Glass Microbubbles
2:10pm James Rampton / Learning Health System – Consumer Application
2:20pm Irene Knokh / Free Educational Resources: MERLOT and beyond!
2:25pm Mike Lee / Demonstration of World Possible’s Remote Areas Community Hotspots for Education and Learning (RACHEL) Project
2:35pm Sandy Merkel / The Poke Program
2:45pm Harpreet Singh / Communication Box: Flip the Health Care Culture by T.R.U.M.P. Technique
2:55pm Michael Flynn / Fostering a sense of community in hospital lobbies with interactive public art
3:00pm Gary Olthoff / EZCarryBed Mattress Carrier Handle
3:05pm George Albercook / DIY Hearing Aids – A Model MakeHealth
3:15pm Pete Wendel / Games and User Interface Design: Thinking Differently to Affect Elderly Quality of Life
3:25pm Lia Min / In My Spectrum: A Comic about Autism Desktop
3:35pm Shawn O’Grady / 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping
3:40pm George Albercook / Makers Answer the Call
3:45pm AJ Montpetit / Disrupting Health Care
3:55pm PF Anderson / Personalized Genomics and Closing Remarks


10am – 12pm
IconArray.com: A Free Generator of Health Risk Graphics
Linnetic: A Better Way to Monitor Asthma
Type 1 Diabetes

10am – 1pm
Building Capacity for the Ann Arbor Sharing Economy
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness — GREAT Kitchens!
We Make Health Stories

10am – 2pm
Cardboard Challenge: #makehealth
Kitchen-Table Diagnostics with Glass Microbubbles

10am – 3pm
The Poke Program

11am – 12pm
Free Educational Resources: MERLOT and Beyond

12pm – 2pm
A Manual Stair-Climbing Wheelchair
Demonstration of World Possible’s Remote Areas Community Hotspots for Education and Learning (RACHEL) Project
Hacking Diabetes
Learning Health System – Consumer Application

1pm – 4pm
Michigan Engineered for All Libes (M-HEAL)

2pm – 4pm
Open Source Mosquito Trap

Using Twitter to Counteract Hype, Part 2 – Hashtags of the Week (HOTW): (Week of August 11, 2014)

CDC Combats Ebola Hype with Twitter Chat August 8, 2014

Last week, I showed you some of the ways in which the healthcare community is using Twitter to combat hype and misinformation about Ebola. This week there is a more specific example of the same idea — how the Centers for Disease Control scheduled a Twitter chat to answer questions in public for clinicians and healthcare providers about the Ebola outbreak in Africa.

There are some surprises in this collection. Some surprising questions, some surprising answers, and sometimes the surprise is in who is doing the answering. The conversation around bleach is especially interesting. Also, notice who is retweeting what the CDC says. This is a small sampling, but many many people passing along the information, and this is important for spreading the word.



First posted the the THL blog: http://thlibrary.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/using-twitter-to-counteract-hype-part-2-hashtags-of-the-week-hotw-week-of-august-11-2014/

Making Health by Design with Everyone! (#makehealth)

Reposted from Health Design By Us

We Make Health Fest Flickr Group
We Make Health Fest: Flickr Group:

We’ve been busy. And it shows. It’s TIME! This is the last week before our first inaugural We Make Health Fest! We keep adding new information to the website, almost daily. Today it was the speaker list and agenda. Tomorrow perhaps the exhibitor list? Who knows.

What I can tell you is that it is amazing. There are so many exceptional people coming to show or tell about such fascinating projects. The Open Source Mosquito Trap? It’s August. I need one of those! The wheelchair that climbs stairs? I was talking about it at the local Farmers Market, to someone who knows those people already! The comic book about autism? It turns out there is more than one person around town working on projects along those lines. Maybe they can meet each other at the festival. I hope so.

I hope that many different kinds of people come to the fest and meet each other. I hope that meeting each other helps people find solutions to problems, and helps people find interesting challenges on which they can collaborate. That is my “secret” reason behind all of this. I want to see people discover each other and help each other.

A little before Joyce and I started talking about the idea of this project, I was reading a book that was saying many of the same kinds of things, but much more eloquently. The book was Design for care: innovating healthcare experience by Peter Jones. He talked a lot about getting everyone at the table for making healthcare a better experience and a better place. He also talked about how can we use the principles of good design to connect people, process, and outcomes. Here’s just one of the quotes that particularly inspired me.

“A user-centered perspective risks isolating a single aspect of use and interaction, when nearly everything involves more than one of the primary participants: consumers, patients, and clinicians. If we take an empathic view, it becomes clear that users and even patients are names of impersonal convenience.” Jone PH. Design for care: innovating healthcare experience. Brooklyn, NY: Rosenfeld Media, (c)2013, p.viii.

It’s true, isn’t it? We have all these names for roles of people involved in different parts of the process of giving and getting healthcare. Doctor, patient, and nurse are just a very few, but even those few carry a lot of assumptions and emotional baggage that sometimes get in the road of making change. When you get down to it, we are ALL part of the process. Making it better, making it work, is going to take all of us. Hopefully, the We Make Health Fest will contribute in some small way to getting many perspectives around the questions and challenges, and to connecting many voices in a broad open conversation about what we can do, each and every one of us, to make health better not just for ourselves, but for our neighbors, communities, and beyond.

This week, each day, we’ll try to add a little more information about the event, share a bit more about what to expect, introduce a few of the folk you might see at the event, and perhaps contribute a few provocative thoughts to inspire. It’s a We Make Health kind of week, after all. Who would you like to meet? Who would you like to help?

To Folks in SE Michigan: Help Us With #MakeHealth

We Make Health Fest #MakeHealth
We Make Health Fest: http://makehealth.us/

I don’t know if you’ve checked out the website recently, but it keeps changing.

We have great keynote speakers:
José Gomez Marquez from the Little Devices Lab at MIT and John Costik, type 1 diabetes hacker, father, community collaborator, and innovator for the #wearenotwaiting movement!

We are showing a movie (don’t know if there will be popcorn, but I hope so).

Maker, the Movie (Screenshot)
Maker the Movie: http://makerthemovie.com/

We have OUR OWN video, made by the incredible Andrew Maynard! Watch it, and share it, please!

We #makehealth Fest- August 16th! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxWMpCMInNA

We have a blog:

We have a DIY app contest that is do-able by anyone from kids to seniors.

The speaker list has been finalized, and those of you who are speaking should either receive a notice soon or may have already received a notice. Ditto for exhibitors. REMEMBER our mantra – SHOW+TELL+DO: Connect your booth or demo or talk to health and personal empowerment, and make booths/demos interactive with something people can take home and do themselves. If you are having trouble thinking of how to do that, talk to me and we can brainstorm a bit.

We have a PRESS KIT, and hope you will help us spread the word! Can you print and post signs around your office or department? Do you know a business owner who might put one in their window? Can you share the word at your church or grocery store or barber? Does your school or location have those monitors or wall panels that show slides?

The Press Kit includes a text description, and the poster as a PDF, a PNG, and a powerpoint slide.

Press Kit: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B3Mz3YhZbmefclRiRnFlemkyaTA&usp=sharing

The event is getting media attention. We have been informed by a couple publications that they are sending or may send reporters. Pre-event articles, interviews, and blogposts are being posted at our Twitter account (@MakeHealthUM), hashtag (#MakeHealth), and Google Plus Community (+MakeHealthUM).

If you aren’t speaking or exhibiting, there are other ways you can volunteer or participate.

– Sign up as a volunteer on our website (there are things for which we still need help!)
– Blog about the event, talk it up, send email to your listservs for local community people, post on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, whatever you are using.
– Take pictures / audio / video of the event, and post them online with the hashtag and a Creative Commons license, so we can edit them together after the event into cool overviews of what happened, and make promos for outreach for next year’s event.
– TWEET. We need livetweeters for the presentations. I don’t know if we’ll be able to get a sign language interpreter for the deaf, so tweeting may be an alternate way to provide access for persons with hearing loss. I will probably be in a booth and couldn’t do the whole day anyway, but for livetweeting, more people definitely makes it better.

Many thanks! This would never have happened without you all!

Learn about Making, 2: Videos

Reblogged from Health Design By Us

We #makehealth Fest- August 16th! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxWMpCMInNA

Here’s more on learning about making, today with videos! I started writing this post talking about how to find videos about making and #makehealth to learn more about them, and then Andrew Maynard was inspired to make a RiskBites-style video for us!!! Can you tell I’m excited? I refrained from more than three exclamation points. So, please, watch our video first (it’s short), but the rest of the post is about videos by other people about making.


Maker, the Movie (Screenshot)
Maker, the Movie: http://makerthemovie.com

Last week I talked about the summer camp and the online course. If you dug into those you would have probably found their videos! There are a lot more, however, and there is even a MOVIE about the maker movement, and we are going to show it over the lunch hour at our event. It is going to be great!

Below you will find a sampling of videos illustrating some of the range of what’s available on the topic of making. Included are both general making and health making, finding good Youtube Channels, persons, “topics”, and project examples. In each category, I’ll try to highlight at least one and then give links to more in each category.


Maker learning events NOW

First a few videos from the groups highlighted last week.

The Google Science Fair just had a Google Hangout with last year’s winner, Eric Chen. Eric’s project was: “Computer-aided Discovery of Novel Influenza Endonuclease Inhibitors to Combat Flu Pandemic.”

Come Hangout On Air with the 2013 Grand Prize Winner of Google Science Fair! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5CezSabRTA

The MOOC course on Tinkering? They not only had a brief video to introduce the idea of the class, with more videos and tutorials in the class, but then had Hangouts during the source, all of which are archived online.

Fundamentals of Tinkering (Screenshot)
Fundamentals of Tinkering http://vimeo.com/92558395

Tinkering Studio (Channel): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtx1xfSh01cJ8WYsFeKt7RQ
Tinkering Fundamentals: Week One Hangout https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iad280GF_rk
Tinkering Fundamentals Integrating Making Activities into Your STEM Classroom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvDd1rwxRJU

Make Magazine (Screenshot)MakerFaire Videos (Screenshot)

The Maker Camp people also have their own video channel, with interviews and archived Hangouts. Not only do they have the Maker Camp videos, but also the Maker Faire videos, AND individual projects from Make Magazine. I was surprised to find that they ALSO have some video from these various maker sources included in the channel for their sister publication CraftZine.

CraftZine (Screenshot)

Maker Camp: Blasting Off with Buzz Aldrin and NASA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CDwz-bZtBc


Adam Savage's TESTED (Screenshot)Household Hacker (Screenshot)

Adam Savage: Tested: https://www.youtube.com/user/testedcom
Google Science Fair: https://www.youtube.com/user/GoogleScienceFair
Household Hacker: https://www.youtube.com/user/HouseholdHacker
Maker Magazine: https://www.youtube.com/user/makemagazine
Maker Faire: https://www.youtube.com/user/MakerFaireVideo
Tinkering Studio: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtx1xfSh01cJ8WYsFeKt7RQ


Hacking Health (Screenshot)NIH 3D Print Exchange (Screenshot)

Some of these channels are people talking about things they’ve learned how to do. Other are from organizations, even ones like NIH or the NHS (UK). Some of them are kind of conservative, while others are edgy, or even risky. (For example, I was a little floored when I saw a video on how to remove magnetized sensors from under your skin.) One of my favorites is the new service from NIH for people sharing tips and tricks with 3D printing. Some of these people have gotten so good at what they are doing they have become consultants and are selling their services for training, so you might see advertisements. Despite that, these are just a small selection of the various types of people and organizations sharing information about tools and techniques for improving your own health (beyond diet and exercise).

21 Convention: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuErSr7xeR763BzTJL7yJ7A
Bulletproof Executive: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Aq3T1GmKcObLqo1YIU_Ww
DIYbioNYC: https://www.youtube.com/user/DIYbioNYC
FAB Research: https://www.youtube.com/user/FABResearch
GrindHouseWetWares: https://www.youtube.com/user/grindhousewetwares
Hack Cancer: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC54gHiExrTiTPQuvb7MuRYA
Hack Health Day 2012: https://www.youtube.com/user/healthhackday2012
Maarten den Braber: https://www.youtube.com/user/mdbraber
Manuel Corpas: https://www.youtube.com/user/manuelcorpas2
microBEnet: https://www.youtube.com/user/microBEnet
NIH 3D Print Exchange: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNmPN3UVxRrKbgsxSIKFxzQ
NHS: Open Data Platform Hack: https://www.youtube.com/user/ODPhack
Official Simpleology: https://www.youtube.com/user/OfficialSimpleology
Personal Genomes Org: https://www.youtube.com/user/PersonalGenomesOrg
Personal Genomics Institute: https://www.youtube.com/user/pgiinfo
Quantified Self & Biohacking Finland: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbwaE6GhLCmN3CiNgaXjfTw
Quantified Self Labs: https://www.youtube.com/user/quantifiedselflabs
Seth Bordenstein: https://www.youtube.com/user/sbordenstein
Yohanan Winogradsky: https://www.youtube.com/user/microbiome


Ellen Jorgensen: Biohacking — you can do it, too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWEpeW7Ojzs

You probably already know that you can subscribe on Youtube to follow the videos of a particular user, but did you know that you can also subscribe to follow specific topics? Here are just a few I’ve selected to highlight topics related to making health, as well as tools and techniques often used by people interested in taking charge of their own health.

Topic: 23andMe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOWtXjptyLopXxfhZDS5uNQ
Topic: Activity Tracker: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPHw-0Y6vrHNhWZTrYQFnCg
Topic: Biohacking: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKShU3O_v1o07Gy30tvdiAg
Topic: Digital Health: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChAXVgotFdbmPw55UKRTUrw
Topic: e-Patient: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxq1ua3HKlDlaXyE7pWTwaQ
Topic: Gut flora: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEHjg6NKgv_LWqw1StKuxQ
Topic: Human Microbiome: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCORCj6yiQvXqAqy8h5kD8UA
Topic: Life logging: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw-8rJiO84hyglLzs0ioLlw
Topic: Microbiome: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFjMxsa7J9h_X0_tt5kkCBQ
Topic: Patients Like Me: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn-TkpPlBPaQfStmYc7c3_A
Topic: Personal genomics: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmpW3xCzFPTz5CCLgQdrPbw
Topic: Personalized medicine: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkivXFgjqMrNi38P9LPH1lw
Topic: Quantified Self: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUwK10M7andc8qcjk1171ug
Topic: Shared decision making: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOLP8MoklY9nkNLLgkEcuwg
Topic: Synthetic Biology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwYKhJVNj4D6tQjArn-Odtg
Topic: Wearable Computer: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1iTALBPyYMh6HcetVD8Txw
Topic: Wearable Technology: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCihxzUkujQoQzuM_aA4peJA


Beautifully Disgusting E Coli

Here are just a few randomly selected examples of individual videos on projects. If you come up with an idea for something you want to try, maybe someone else has already done it, and you don’t have to completely make it from scratch! The search box may be your friend, you never know until you look.

Adam Savage’s One Day Builds: Custom Multi-Tool Belt Holster: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et-JvYrQ84o
Bulletproof Executive: Podcast #140 – Hacking Memory and Focus with Mattias Ribbing – Bulletproof Executive Radio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHuuwsUg2m0&list=UU1Aq3T1GmKcObLqo1YIU_Ww
HouseholdHacker: Beautifully Disgusting E Coli: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-Q8TIHbipQ
Outfitting the Kitchen – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 7/8/2014: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U-whV93wBc&list=UUiDJtJKMICpb9B1qf7qjEOA
Personal Cooling Unit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeLa72oSf3c
Pollution Shirt Senses Foul Air: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHEww6eX4wc
Weekend Projects – Non-Contact Voltage Detector: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTxIR_jAEL4
Weekend Projects – “Raspberry Eye” Remote Servo Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSJ-sWEJ5EU

Using Twitter to Counteract Hype (#Ebola) – Hashtags of the Week (HOTW): (Week of August 4, 2014)

Ebola virionsEbola virus particles
From Wikimedia Commons: Ebola virions; Ebola virus particles

In the last week, I don’t think there has been a moment when the trending hashtags display on my Twitter page has NOT listed “Ebola.” This is in part due to the attention resulting from two American healthcare providers having been infected with the Ebola virus while providing care, and partly also from the newest update from WHO on the outbreak in West Africa, which lists over 1500 cases and almost 900 deaths. People are panicking, and the press is going wild. This is a great opportunity to show how healthcare professionals and the broader healthcare Twitter community is using the #Ebola hashtag to help alleviate concerns and moderate anxiety, by providing informed balanced reliable information. Each of the tweets included in this post is considered a popular tweet which has already been retweeted several times and/or favorited by people reading the tweet. If you want to help calm things down, you might consider retweeting or sharing some of these popular tweets on the topic.

lores Ebola Zaire CDC Photo
From Wikimedia Commons: Ebola case #3, 1976

Reposted from THL Blog: http://thlibrary.wordpress.com/2014/08/04/using-twitter-to-counteract-hype-ebola-hashtags-of-the-week-hotw-week-of-august-4-2014/

FDA On Social Media: Time to Pay Attention, Take Two

FDASM Campus Forum Feb 16SL: Virtual Ability: Introduction to the FDASM
FDASM Transcripts Wordle23andMe, reduced

Remember five or so years ago when we put together a campus event about the FDA call for input on social media guidance? I blogged about it a lot. I’m sure many of you are already aware of the new FDA Social Media draft guidelines that were, at long last, released last month.

Recently I heard an interview with David Harlow about the new draft guidelines. I was very surprised when I heard him say that the FDA sent a warning letter to a company for clicking “like” on a patient’s Facebook post. That seemed a bit over the top to me, although I confess I haven’t yet found the original warning letter. I had been inclined to just trust that after thinking about this so long, the FDA would come out with something helpful, but it sounds like that isn’t what happened. Responses from the drug companies seem to be along the lines of just avoiding the whole problem, if the FDA is going to be so challenging and confrontational. Responses from folk working actively in HCSM are that the FDA is not getting the point or purpose of social media engagement, and that the guidelines are sufficiently restrictive as to make it impossible to adhere to the specifications.

I know that I need to know more about this, and I believe that readers of this blog do also. The period for public comment is over in September, so there is very little time to respond. My fault — I should have paid closer attention to this sooner.


For context, I’d like to first remind people of the comments we filed with the FDA during the original call for comments. Where it sounds like things have broken down is with respect to our third point (#3): “the potential to be perceived as interfering with free speech of the public or creating an undue and insupportable burden for industry and the healthcare communities,” and to the concerns about use of social media within an educational framework.

FDA-2009-N-0441 Docket Comments, University of Michigan Public Forum: http://www.slideshare.net/umhealthscienceslibraries/fda2009n0441-docket-comments-university-of-michigan-public-forum

Here are my slides from five years ago, just to provide context for the background of the conversation.

FDA Social Media Guidelines – Introduction http://www.slideshare.net/umhealthscienceslibraries/fda-social-media-guidelines-introduction

Now, here are some links about where things stand today, plus the presentation by David Harlow, which I encourage you to watch.


FDA Social Media Changes that May Affect Healthcare https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEutmz0kFsM

#FDAsm – FDA Releases Draft Social Media Guidance Five Years After Public Hearing http://www.healthblawg.com/2014/06/fdasm-fda-releases-draft-social-media-guidance-five-years-after-public-hearing.html

FDA Social Media Guidance – Hangout on Air http://www.healthblawg.com/2014/07/fda-social-media-guidance-hangout-on-air.html


2009: Public Hearing on Promotion of FDA-Regulated Medical Products Using the Internet and Social Media Tools: http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/OfficeofMedicalProductsandTobacco/CDER/ucm184250.htm

July 10, 2014: Social Media Guidance Webinar – July 10, 2014: http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/OfficeofMedicalProductsandTobacco/CDER/ucm403810.htm


FDA Issues Draft Guidances for Industry on Social Media and Internet Communications About Medical Products: Designed with Patients in Mind http://blogs.fda.gov/fdavoice/index.php/2014/06/fda-issues-draft-guidances-for-industry-on-social-media-and-internet-communications-about-medical-products-designed-with-patients-in-mind/

Draft Guidance for Industry on Internet/Social Media Platforms: Correcting Independent Third-Party Misinformation About Prescription Drugs and Medical Devices; Availability http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2014-06-18/html/2014-14221.htm

NOTE: This is where to file comments >>
[Docket No. FDA-2014-D-0447] Draft Guidance for Industry on Internet/Social Media Platforms: Correcting Independent Third-Party Misinformation About Prescription Drugs and Medical Devices; Availability https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2014/06/18/2014-14221/draft-guidance-for-industry-on-internetsocial-media-platforms-correcting-independent-third-party


Guidance for Industry: Internet/Social Media Platforms with Character Space Limitations— Presenting Risk and Benefit Information for Prescription Drugs and Medical Devices (June 2014) http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/GuidanceComplianceRegulatoryInformation/Guidances/UCM401087.pdf

Guidance for Industry : Internet/Social Media Platforms: Correcting Independent Third-Party Misinformation About Prescription Drugs and Medical Devices

Guidance for Industry: Fulfilling Regulatory Requirements for Postmarketing Submissions of Interactive Promotional Media for Prescription Human and Animal Drugs and Biologics (Jan 2014) http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/GuidanceComplianceRegulatoryInformation/Guidances/UCM381352.pdf