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Meet: Lisa

Special Interests: online healthcare UX; social media

Faculty Bio

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Lisa Gualtieri

Lisa Gualtieri, Ph.D., is a consultant and an adjunct clinical professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, where she teaches courses on Online Consumer Health, Social Media and Health, and Web Strategies for Health Communication. Her research and consulting focus is on how healthcare organizations use the web and social media to reach healthcare consumers. A social media user herself, Lisa writes a blog at> and tweets at>.

Lisa earned a Ph.D. in computer science from Harvard University.


Faculty Publications

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Gualtieri, L. N. Social Media for Health and Safety> , ICaST’s Global Community Magazine, January 28, 2010

Gualtieri, L. N., Learn From Rogue Tweeters: Seven Steps to Promoting Your Organization in Twitter> eLearn Magazine, August 19, 2009

Entin, E. B., Sidman, J., and Neal, L. Development of online distributed training: Practical considerations and lessons learned>. In K. L. Orvis and A. L. R. Lassiter (Eds.), Computer-supported collaborative learning. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing. Reprinted in eLearn Magazine, September 1, 2009

Faculty Blog/Vlog

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Courses Taught by Faculty

Courses taught by Lisa Gualtieri:

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Title: Strategies for Incorporating Social Media to Enhance the UX
Course #: S 15
Group: Special Topics in UX
Status: in development