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Posted by Randy Schwarz (@randyschwarz) · Jan 27, 2014

Social Media Residency Coming to Salt Lake City April 15

University of Utah Health Care

The Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media is pleased to collaborate with University of Utah Health Care, a member of the Social Media Health Network, to bring the Social Media Residency program to Salt Lake City on April 15.

In 2014 we are continuing the practice of bringing our Social Media Residency course in locations other than our Mayo Clinic campuses. We want to make the program more accessible to our Social Media Health Network members by offering them an opportunity to host it, while offering alternative dates (and perhaps more convenient travel options) to others.

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John A. Moran Eye Center

University of Utah Health Care will be hosting Social Media Residency at the John A. Moran Eye Center, 65 Mario Capecchi Drive, in Salt Lake City.

See the Social Media Residency page for more background, and check out the Social Media Residency Agenda for an overview of the one-day program and the advance learning modules, along with optional extra help available on the eve of the course.

The cost for Social Media Residency is $795. Members of the Social Media Health Network may use their points to cover the registration, and may purchase points at a 25 percent discount.

Space is limited, so register today to reserve your spot!

Lodging info: A block of rooms has been reserved at the University Guest House and Conference Center. When making reservations, call 888-416-4075 and mention "Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media – Social Media Residency." Rooms must be reserved by March 17 to get the negotiated rate of $99.00 (plus tax).

We also will be holding a Social Media Residency course on May 12 on our Mayo campus in Rochester, Minn.

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