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Sticky · Lee Aase (@leeaase) posted · Mon, Dec 15 12:43am · View  

Should doctors or hospitals follow their patients on Twitter?

Brave New World: Your Doctor, Your Private Parts, Twitter And You

That's the underlying question Hinda Mandell, Ph.D. raised Tuesday in a post on the Boston Public Radio site, "Brave New World: Your Doctor, Your Private Parts, Twitter And You."

My gynecologist just followed my vagina on Twitter.  At least, that’s how it felt when I received email notification that I had a new Twitter follower.To be fair, maybe it wasn't my gynecologist who hit the “follow” button, but an employee at her practice. Does it matter? Because my ob/gyn’s name and Twitter handle are the same, and her Twitter avatar is her practice’s logo of a mother and child, entwined. Now [...]

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Greg Matthews (@gmatthews) responded:

Share away, Jason! DM me @chimoose if I can provide any more detail or context that could be useful.

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chaitanya (@urschaitanya) responded:

Privacy violation.

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chaitanya (@urschaitanya) posted · Wed, Dec 17 9:56am · View  

This is for testing

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Meredith Gould (@meredithgould) posted · Sun, Dec 14 2:16pm · View  

The Appeal and Challenge of Curation: An Interview with Elin Silveous (2nd in a Series)

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Elin Silveous

Welcome to the next post in a series of interviews with the top Twitter-based healthcare content curators. (Read the first one with Marie Ennis-O'Connor here.)

At this point, I don't remember exactly when I first encountered Elin Silveous (@ElinSilveous) but I do remember that I noticed how she provided timely, useful, thought-provoking, and delightfully quirky content. Not only was she using the #hcsm hashtag, but others emerging in the domain of healthcare.

Elin understood the value of online engagement to inform, educate and build community long before Twitter [...]

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Allen Douma MD (@allendoumamd) responded:

I've been following Elin's postings for over twenty years. They are always so intriguing and informative. I wish everyone applied her S's. We would all be better off.

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Lee Aase (@leeaase) posted · Thu, Dec 11 6:15am · View  

You spoke, we listened! Check out this RFP for a Curriculum Developer.

Table-photo.EDITEDBack in 2011, we created the Mayo Clinic Social Media Residency to help Mayo employees and peers from other health care organizations become conversant and comfortable with social media. And we're proud to say the Residency has been a work-in-progress ever since. It's had to be -- everything changes constantly and swiftly in the world of social networking. Digital technology has also changed how people learn which, in turn, has changed where and how to teach.

All this is prologue to say that the feedback we've sought and received has inspired us to seek a curriculum developer to take the Residency to the next level. Our vision for the next level that includes: flipped classroom/blended learning, case-based [...]

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