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The use of social media as a communications tool for improving healthcare delivery or the education of patients and staff ... examples of good or best practice as well as examples of innovative applications in other sectors of education that could be a springboard for translation.
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Why academics should make time for social media

Why academics should make time for social media | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
Andy Miah, chair in science communication and future media at the University of Salford, on why academics should maintain their online presence
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Twitter can enhance the medical conference experience

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What Does Social Media Analysis Really Tell Us? by @TeacherToolkit

What Does Social Media Analysis Really Tell Us? by @TeacherToolkit | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
What was the most influential content in May 2016 and what can social media analytics tell us?
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Case study: how Twitter can revolutionise CPD

Case study: how Twitter can revolutionise CPD | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
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12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
The rate of change in the business world today is greater than our ability to respond. In a world that is often described as VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and ambiguous), there are major tectonic shifts that demand a new mindset of leadership.
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Are Smartphones Distracting Doctors?

Are Smartphones Distracting Doctors? | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

Doctor, what do you think? Doctor? Doctor?

These are words uttered by a number of patients today as doctors use an increasing number of “screens” while simultaneously interacting with their patients.

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Attitudes and practices of surgery residency pro... [J Surg Educ. 2012] - PubMed - NCBI

To determine whether residency program directors (PDs) of general surgery and surgical subspecialties review social networking (SN) websites during resident selection.

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A Teacher’s Interest in Pinterest

A Teacher’s Interest in Pinterest | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

How a Middle School history teacher uses pinterest in her classroom ... can be translated to further or higher education.

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What is Connected Learning | Connected Learning

What is Connected Learning | Connected Learning | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

There is wide agreement that we need new models of education, and not simply new models of schooling, but entirely new visions of learning better suited to the increasing complexity, connectivity, and velocity of our new knowledge society. We now have the capability to reimagine where, when, and how learning takes place.

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How We Will Read: Clay Shirky

How We Will Read: Clay Shirky | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
This post is part of “How We Will Read,” an interview series exploring the future of books from the perspectives of publishers, writers, and intellectuals. Read our kickoff post with Steven Johnson...
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Tweeting into trouble - New Doctor January 2010 - MPS UK

Tweeting into trouble - New Doctor January 2010 - MPS UK | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
Tweeting into trouble ... Sound advice from the MPS about social media and good practice ... Think before you tweet :)
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Adding a paper to mendeley group

How to add a paper onto the academic sharing site Mendeley.

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91 Free Twitter Tools & Apps That Do Pretty Much Everything

91 Free Twitter Tools & Apps That Do Pretty Much Everything | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
Discover over 90 free Twitter tools and apps to help with analytics, scheduling, discovering, unfollowing, and other things you didn't know you needed!
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Twitter Tips for Beginners: Everything I Wish I Knew | Buffer

Twitter Tips for Beginners: Everything I Wish I Knew | Buffer | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
A collection of Twitter tips for beginners, including who to follow, how to engage, and many ways to make the most of your time.
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Being On Twitter Doesn't Automatically Make You A 'Social Leader,' No - OPENforBusiness

Being On Twitter Doesn't Automatically Make You A 'Social Leader,' No - OPENforBusiness | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
I love seeing executives use Twitter. It’s wonderful to watch them step out of their ‘LinkedIn comfort zone’ and be truly ‘social’ by tweeting. They’re the trend setters, the ground breakers, the early adopters.
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What you need to know about Social Media tweeted by @TeacherToolkit

What you need to know about Social Media tweeted by @TeacherToolkit | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
Over 7 million people have seen my tweets this month. What's the most influential content online and what can social media analytics tell us?
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A one day school for health and care radicals: Minicourse M4 at Inter…

These are the slides presented by Helen Bevan, Jackie Lynton and Boel Andersson Gäre for the minicourse M4 "A one day school for health and care radicals" at t…
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Twitter users: A guide to the law

Twitter users: A guide to the law | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
Social media users are increasingly falling foul of the law, so what are the rules on what you can and can't say?
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Legal, professional, moral and ethical issues ... Useful guide on what the law states ... 

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Casual comments and legal controls: watch what you say online – Jacob Rowbottom

Casual comments and legal controls: watch what you say online – Jacob Rowbottom | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it
After a number of high profile prosecutions, most people are now aware that what you say online can have serious consequences. Cases involving racist and offensive comments on Twitter have reminded...
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A guide to using Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities | Impact of Social Sciences

A guide to using Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities | Impact of Social Sciences | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

How can Twitter, which limits users to 140 characters per tweet, have any relevance to universities and academia, where journal articles are 3,000 to 8,000 words long, and where books contain 80,000 words? Can anything of academic value ever be said in just 140 characters?

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Using social media as a language learning tool

Using social media as a language learning tool | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

Children now turn to social media by default. This makes it a great - albeit currently underused - tool for language teaching, says Ryan Owen Gibson

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Netsmart

Netsmart | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

How can we use digital media so that they help us become empowered participants rather than passive consumers? In Net Smart, I show how to use social media intelligently, humanely, and, above all, mindfully. Download the table of contents (PDF) here.

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Not by the Book: Facebook as a Sampling Frame

Social networking sites and online questionnaires make it possible to do survey research faster, cheaper, and with less assistance than ever before. The methods are especially well-suited for snowball sampling of elusive sub-populations. This note describes my experience surveying thousands of Catholics via Facebook in less than a month, at little expense, and without hired help. Although the respondents were disproportionately female, young, educated, and religiously active, their responses preserved key correlations found in standard surveys conducted by Gallup and the GSS. I relate my methods to existing web-based methods and offer concrete suggestions for future work.
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Chicago State Tells Its Faculty They Can't Talk to the Media, or Use Social Media, Without Permission - The Ticker - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Chicago State Tells Its Faculty They Can't Talk to the Media, or Use Social Media, Without Permission - The Ticker - The Chronicle of Higher Education | The use of social media in healthcare and health professions education | Scoop.it

Chicago State University has told its faculty and staff that only authorized university representatives can share information with the news media and that employees need to get the approval of the university’s division of public relations for any media interviews, opinion pieces, newsletters, social media, and other types of communications, according to the Chicago Tribune.

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