Well it has been a little while since I have published a #hrmap post, but I have made up for it by producing 5 posters! All in an evening’s work. Making the posters was made very easy through the use of an iPad application called Phoster.
This week’s topic is one that I have visited before. Live tweeting from alcohol and other drugs conferences is a great way of sharing learning with others who are unable to attend the conference. With the growing number of people tweeting from conferences...
Google announced a new Hangout video show called Versus today on the YouTube blog. It's a partnership with Intelligence⊃2;, a worldwide forum based in the U.K. that has hosted debates for radio and television since 2002.
Healthcare organizations are starting to catch up to the rest of the world in adopting social media, especially in the past two to three years. Still, many in the risk-averse healthcare industry Read more...
This is the tale of how U-Turn developed our Opiate Overdose Response app for smartphones. It is also the story of 2 ordinary working people from Belfast who have followed a dream to do something that had not been done before to prevent fatal overdoses. We started thinking about providing a free app in April 2011 after noticing that there were very few apps available to respond to opiate overdose emergencies in non-clinical settings.
Well the first of our weekly Twitter chats was a great success. Thank you to all that participated. You can view an archive of the chat at Twitter Chat Archive How do you use social media to support harm reduction?
If anyone has health care infographics with a UK, EU, developing nations focus please get in touch. Thanks to Ray Lau, Graphic Designer for approaching me regards this. Stumble Upon Toolbar Sphere: Related Content ...
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