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Patricia F. Anderson (@pfanderson) replied to Health Tag Ontology Project: Adding Meaning to Social Media? · Wed, Jul 17 2013 · View
Mark, there are a LOT of ways in which this could potentially have impact.
1. As Matt said, if there becomes a somewhat standard strategy for creating new condition hashtags, or if they already exist even if not yet heavily used, it could possible help to diminish that awkward start-up period in which many micro-communities are trying to do the same thing, and don't know about each other. There are advantages to that, and this doesn't preclude the creation of microcommunities, but it does make it easier to immediately engage with others.
2. If the tags have a standard format and are already listed in tools like the Symplur database, then they are more easily discoverable.
3. If the tags actually fall [...]
Patricia F. Anderson (@pfanderson) replied to Employee Social Media Policies After NLRB Appointments Invalidated by Federal Court ... Everything You Know Is Wrong? · Tue, Feb 26 2013 · View
Hi, David, the "three social media reports issued by the NLRB Office of General Counsel" is a dead link. Could you please provide more information? I tried searching on their site and was unable to easily identify what might be the reports. Thanks!
From the educational point of view, we've been having to argue the case for longer videos with our campus media managers. They've expressed a desire to gradually shift the campus into a model that restricts all public video content to 3 minutes or less. I was, naturally, HORRIFIED. I am a firm believer in "match the tool to the task", an idea that naturally extends itself to "match the medium to the audience", which necessitates understanding that audiences have different purposes!
We see this all the time with the epatient movement. Motivation drives engagement. If you have a deeply motivated patient, that patient will be likely to read more, read longer pieces, watch longer videos, learn new words, and generally work harder to figure [...]