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The Case for Social Media in Professionalism

I really like the way the organizers of this Mayo Clinic CME conference framed the title of my presentation today. It's not "the case for professionalism in social media" which in health care would be a no-brainer. Of course all physicians in social media should conduct themselves professionally. I'm looking forward [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Practice Pointers in the Wake of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Privacy Settlement

An OB/GYN at Johns Hopkins was fired last year after a colleague reported her suspicions about a "pen-like device" that was always around his neck, and that turned out to be a camera. The OB/GYN had secretly photographed 7,000 patients over ten years while conducting pelvic exams. Ten days later he [...]

Created by David Harlow

Professionalism Today and Tomorrow: Sustaining Trust in a Technology-Driven Health Care World

The Mayo Clinic Program in Professionalism and Ethics is presenting a special CME program, Professionalism Today and Tomorrow: Sustaining Trust in a Technology-Driven Health Care World, in Rochester, Minn. August 18-19, 2014. As the course introduction describes it: Modern technology has the potential to improve the quality, safety, efficiency and [...]

Created by Lee Aase

Social Media Residency Returns to Rochester on May 12

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

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