This article considers the opportunities and risks social media entails, and offers advice on developing policy. It outlines the types of opportunities for using social networks, blogs, and wikis in student support and engagement.
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Eugene Borukhovich is an international expert on healthcare information technology innovation. He is the founder and organizer of Health 2.0 NYC and Health (90% of world’s data generated in just the last 2 years.
This chapter introduces statistical methods used in the analysis of social networks and in the rapidly evolving parallel-field of network science. Although several instances of social network analysis in health services research ...
To many, Twitter seems to be the home of banality and shallow commentary. It seems the last possible place that one would find anything of academic merit. Or would it? The London School of Economics and Political Science have produced a guidance document for academics wishing to use Twitter.
Twitter Opens Up Data Archives to Three Health-Related Projects iHealthBeat Earlier this year, Twitter announced that it would provide six data grants to researchers seeking big data insights through the social media site's archives.
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Today we discuss the dissemination of research results, clinical trials, and other oncology news using social media, as well as what type of media oncologists use, how useful and relevant this type of information is for most oncologists, and where oncologists can plug into information and communication sources. We speak with Michael A. Thompson, MD, PhD, who was the medical director of cancer research at ProHealth Care Regional Cancer Center, in Wisconsin, and clinical trials lead investigator of the NCI Community Cancer Centers Program.
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