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Are Twitter chats in health care really effective?

Are Twitter chats in health care really effective? | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it

When you’re limited to 140 characters, can a twitter chat truly be an effective policy engagement tool?

Based on my recent experience of a twitter chat with @wenurses, as part of our engagement around the proposed Vulnerable Older People’s Plan, my answer is definitely 'yes'.


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Social media as an agent for change in healthcare information

Social media as an agent for change in healthcare information | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it

All I did to get on the top of the list is write my analysis of the data. I’m nobody in the sports cardiology world, a RWSD with an interest and an Internet connection.

 

I will use examples like these to persuade the medical students that social media has changed the landscape of influence. They can have a voice. They should have a voice.

 

One thing about medical peeps is that they usually carry a passion for their vocation–medical training does that for you. Writing that is candid and useful and born from a passion is always useful, and never more so in this new world of healthcare, where informed-shared decision-making will be king. Patients and medical colleagues alike benefit when passionate people write about which they know best.

 

These examples only scratch the surface of what’s out there in the vast world of social media and healthcare. I’ve said this before: it’s a great time to be a doctor. Surely this is also true: It’s a great time to be a doctor-writer-blawger.


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Online-Marketing international

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#SocialMedia #Crisis, #marketing #PR (#SocialMedia #Crisis, #marketing #PR http://t.co/cxtAaXaa9j)
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7 Steps To Manage Your Social Media Crisis

7 Steps To Manage Your Social Media Crisis | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it
7 Steps To Manage Your Social Media Crisis [Infographic] on The PR Story curated by Susan Andrews (7 Steps To Manage Your Social Media Crisis [Infographic] http://t.co/6kKAIYBZCx)...
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Radiologists can improve communication with referring physicians by including images and dose information

Radiologists can improve communication with referring physicians by including images and dose information | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it

Radiology lies at the very center of the healthcare chain. Most patients pass through an imaging department at one point or another in their treatment. That said, an organization’s overall effectiveness is highly dependent upon the ability of radiology to provide excellent service to referring physicians. But how is that best done?

 

The survey shows that increased communication is clearly seen as important by both radiologists and referring physicians. It also indicates that there are several ways of increasing efficiency by improving both how studies are ordered and how results are communicated. The views of referring physicians and radiologists differ somewhat. Referring physicians often see both ordering of studies and communication of reports as a bigger challenge than radiologists.

 

The responses from radiologists and referring physicians in the 2013 report can be summarized in the following needs:

 

Implement decision support to increase the quality of the requestsIncrease transparency with regard to waiting timesMake reports clearer by including imagesImprove the communication of critical resultsImplement a portal for easier schedulingMake radiation dose information visible in both the requests and the report


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How Facebook Promotions Just Got Way Easier for Nonprofits!

How Facebook Promotions Just Got Way Easier for Nonprofits! | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it
Written by my good friend, Marc A. Pitman, AKA the Fundraising Coach Facebook promotions used to be a weird thing. Nonprofits did them but technically, they risked Facebook deleting their page. Facebooks changes its terms again.

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Social Media Statistics for 2013 | Social Media Today

Social Media Statistics for 2013 | Social Media Today | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it

YouTube reaches more adults than any cable network. In the United States, the number of people who watch television has fallen behind the number of people who watch YouTube on a regular basis. This makes it clear that ...

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Ceutica - Content & Communications

Ceutica - Content & Communications | Content & Social Media for Science & Healthcare | Scoop.it
GIVING SCIENCE A VOICE: IS DOING 'GOOD SCIENCE' ... GOOD ENOUGH? #Weekinsci http://t.co/wnVUVHMvT6
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The facts alone are no longer enought when it comes to good science

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