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We're pleased to announce that our one-day Social Media Residency will meet May 12th at the Doubletree Hotel, near the Mayo Clinic campus in downtown Rochester, Minn. The Social Media Residency had been a 1.5-day course, with participants completing a few basic online modules in advance to create a common frame of [...]Created by Randy Schwarz
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 [...]Created by Randy Schwarz
Pinterest is one of the more commonly used social media platforms. The Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that 15 percent of Internet users in the United States use Pinterest, trailing Twitter by only 1 percent. What's more, women ages 18-50 years old make up the predominant segment of [...]Created by Randy Schwarz
The Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media provides in-depth training in social media strategy, planning and execution through our one-day Social Media Residency course. The 2014 cohorts have been announced. They are as follows: Jan. 20, 2014 at Mayo Clinic in Ariz. Learn more/register. Feb 12, 2014 at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, [...]Created by Randy Schwarz
Whether you're a PR or marketing, in-house or at an agency, a private-practice physician embarking on a social program or a manager in charge of a health care nonprofit with staff doctors, our new 75-minute webinar on Thursday, September 26, "A social media primer for hospital physicians" by Susan Tellem, [...]Created by Randy Schwarz
Recently, MHAdegree.org (sister site to the largest public health property, MPHProgramsList.com) published an article on the Top 50 Most Social Media Friendly Hospitals for 2013. The staff at MHAdegree.org gathered social media stats for all of the hospitals listed as “Nationally Ranked” for at least one adult specialty by U.S. News & World [...]Created by Randy Schwarz