On Tuesday December 4, I will be presenting grand rounds for St John Hospital and Medical Center. This page has the references, lecture notes and a copy of the slides.
PDF of the slide deck (17.3 MB)
One of the gimmicks of the talk was that a scheduled tweets to drop during the presentation. I also peppered my tweet stream with my talk’s hashtag in the 2 days leading up to the talk. This resulted in a nice little buzz of social activity. Looking over the hashtag (#SJHMCsmhc) a day later I found 20 retweets, 14 replies, 11 favorites. This was spread-out over 17 different tweets All way above normal activity for @kidney_boy.
|This only captures activity with the hashtag #SJHMCsmhc|
I used HootSuite to schedule the tweets.
Notes and References
|Picture of Me and Bud|
- Slide 1: Youtube: Social Media Revolution
- Slide 2: Search Hash Tag: #SJHMCsmhc
- Slide 3: Wikipedia entry on Social Media
- Slide 4: People icons: icon-land
- Slide 6: Picture of Burton Rose from Renal Week 2011 in Philadelphia. Twitter discussion on the rise of UpToDate between me and @DrVes with some comments on G+.
- Slide 9: MedPage Today article, International Journal of Medical Information article, picture from my post on Team-Based Learning
- Slide 11: Makena website
- Slide 12: Photo credit: iStockPhoto
- Slide 13: Journal Watch editorial discussing Colchicine and Colcrys controversy. Photocredit.
- Slide 15:
- Slide 19: Comic from @berci at Webicina
- Slide 21: Photo credit: The Telegraph
- Slide 22: Facebook 1 billion users fact sheet (Word .doc)
- Slide 25: AMA Policy: Professionalism in the Use of Social Media
- Slide 27: Photo credit: iStockPhoto
- Slide 28: Technique from @Berci as presented at Med 2.0
- Slide 30: News story on Nai Mai Chao
- Slide 31: News story on Alexandra Thran. Amazingly, Dr. Thran was able to keep her picture off the web.
- Slide 32: Photo credit: iStockPhoto
- Slide 35: Photo credit: iStockPhoto
- Slide 36: Photo credit: iStockPhoto
- Slide 37: Fighting Gitelman’s Syndrome Facebook Group
- Slide 44: Link to Facebook help page describing the three levels of privacy available: Open, Closed and Secret.
- Slide 45: Wikipedia page: Criticism of Facebook. Video of SNL Zuckerberg/Assange spoof. Picture with the same point to use if you can’t do video:
- Slide 49: Barack Obama twitter page.
- Slide 50: Mom, this is how twitter works
- Slide 53: Celebrity Spoof twitter for Zoey Deschanel. Actual Deschanel twitter presence.
- Slide 54: Michael Katz: https://twitter.com/MGKatz036
- Slide 55: Chris Nelson https://twitter.com/precordialthump
- Slide 56: Ves Dimon https://twitter.com/drves
- Slide 57: Alex Djuricich https://twitter.com/MedPedsDoctor
- Slide 58: Danielle Jones https://twitter.com/daniellenjones
- Slide 59: Mark Reid https://twitter.com/medicalaxioms
- Slide 60: Zubin Damania https://twitter.com/zdoggmd
- Slide 61: Dawn of the Diff (youtube). Zdogg MD home page. Wikipedia article.
- Side 62: Skeptical Scalpel https://twitter.com/Skepticscalpel
- Slide 63 Article in AMA Medical News. Dr. Vartabedian on anonymous blogging. Dr.Vartabedian’s post on Mommy_Doctor, a physician he called out for unprofessional behavior on twitter. Good post with a long chain of comments with varying positions. Another perspective from Jin Packard on KevinMD.
- Slide 65-67: The “It could only happen in Law and Order” story of Dr. Lindeman and Flea. Interview with Dr. Lindeman who advises doctors not to blog anonymously.
- Slide 70: The best of @Kidney_boy from FavStar.FM
- Slide 71: Tweet from @pingDeb retweeted by Paul Jones. Regarding talk given at the Health 2.0 Conference
- Slide 75: The Governor Palin favorite heard around the world. The governor pushes back, claiming it was a mistake.
- Slide 77: Tweet chats
- Twit Journal Club
- MedEd. MedEd was created by and by @RyanMadanickMD. You can read about Dr. Madanick’s adventures in the World Series of Poker in 2006 here. Nice to see he was able to beat the poker playing monkey.
- Health Care and Social Media
- Complete list of tweet chats at Symplur
- Slide 78: MedEd discussion on academic integrity. Transcript
- Slide 79: MedEd discussion on academic integrity. Analytics
- Slide 80: Kidney Week 2012 in San Diego. #KidneyWk12 analytics. Transcript.
- Slide 81: Tempo 3:4 Trial. eAJKD live blog.
- Slide 82: TweetChat.com
- Slide 85: Mayo clinic’s 12 word social media policy
- Slide 86: JAMA. 2011;305(6):566-568. Dr. Oz on Twitter. Dr. Drew on Twitter. Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Twitter.
- Slide 90: Twitter follower statistics via Beevolve
- Slide 93: AMA Policy: Professionalism in the Use of Social Media
- Slide 98: Maritz research on complainers on twitter. HTML press release here. PDF here.
|Found here, do not think this was the original source.|
|my twitter profile|