Presenting at a conference?
Even if it's sooner than soon, thanks to social media you still have time to generate more engagement by "flipping" your talk or panel presentation or workshop or poster session.
I've known about this tactic for a while, but have become even more convinced of its value beyond the classroom after seeing what happened when Pam Ressler (@Pam Ressler), Susannah Fox (@SusannahFox), Colleen Young (@Colleen_Young) and I started using it two months before our Stanford Medicine X conference panel (Communicating the Experience of Illness in the Digital Age).
Here, I'll describe what's involved and offer practical tips for... flipping!
Flipped teaching or what's sometimes called [...]
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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 [...]
I have had many adventures in health care. I endured hit or miss interactions with the medical community most of my life up through my twenties. Ignorance was not bliss, but it was the only option.
After college, I went into educational video production, my friends talked me into coming to the Texas Medical Center. Working at M.D. Anderson Cancer as a writer/producer convinced me that patients need to know as much as possible in order to make their treatments successful. Then, being transferred to UT-Houston Health Science Center, I covered all medical topics and spent a great deal of time in the Hermann Hospital ER, documenting trauma treatments. All this would hold me in good stead during the next decade when I went [...]
We deliver in-depth training in social media strategy, planning and execution during our one-day Social Media Residency.
Initially developed for Mayo Clinic employees, Social Media Residency is open to all on a first-come, first-served basis. And Social Media Residency is the kick-off event for this year's Social Media Week at Mayo Clinic, Oct. 20-23, 2014 on our Rochester, Minnesota campus.
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Social Media Week at Mayo Clinic culminates on Thursday, Oct. 23 with the Annual Member Meeting of the Social Media Health Network, and that evening's Member Dinner.
The 6th Annual #MayoRagan Social Media Summit concludes at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, and the SMHN Member Meeting will begin at 2, giving you plenty of time for a power nap!
The full agenda for the meeting is here. Among the highlights: