KT Therapy for the Social Media PhobicWhy you want to be a tweep
Follow today on Twitter       #PAL12
Your hostsShelly Cory                  @VirtualHospiceExecutive DirectorColleen YoungAwareness and Engagement Manager   ww...
What is social media?It is the use of technology combined with socialinteraction to collaborate, create and share.
Learn"Simply put, social media has allowed me toaccess ideas, thoughts and opinions I wouldnever have been able to before....
Connect & Collaborate"Social media doesn’t just help me in myresearch, it totally changed the way Iinteract with collabora...
Inform & influence"People use social networking for health.We need to connect, inform and inspirethem to affect change."  ...
Knowledge translation
Where do you start?
Your network now•   Who do you connect with?•   Who do you learn from?•   Who or what do you want to influence?•   And why?
What tool is right for you?
Twitter• Peers and public• Learn and inform• Crowd-source information quickly
Dissemination acceleration"Social impact measures complementtraditional citation metrics [and can be] auseful and timely m...
Blogs• Peers and public• Articulate what we do and think• Share opinions
Facebook, Google+• General public• Curate reliable information• Connect with people and their networks
Facebook feedback on Twitter
Social video sharing• General public• Educate and inform
LinkedIn• Professional networks• Connect with peers• Join groups and participate in discussions
And so much more…•   Pinterest•   Skype•   Curation tools•   Photosharing•   Wikis•   Quora•   Slideshare
Start smallSet reasonable goals and then…• Listen and learn.• Ask and learn.• Share and learn.• Inform and learn.
How can social mediabenefit you?
Where can you get moreideas and help?
Healthcare hashtags          www.symplur.com          • #hpm          • #hpmglobal          • #eolchat          • #meded  ...
People to follow to get started
Thank youshelly@virtualhospice.cacolleen@virtualhospice.ca   @virtualhospice      www.facebook.com/CanadianVirtualHospicew...
Social Media, Knowledge Translation and Palliative Care
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  • Social Media, Knowledge Translation and Palliative Care

    1. 1. KT Therapy for the Social Media PhobicWhy you want to be a tweep
    2. 2. Follow today on Twitter #PAL12
    3. 3. Your hostsShelly Cory @VirtualHospiceExecutive DirectorColleen YoungAwareness and Engagement Manager www.virtualhospice.ca www.portailpalliatif.ca
    4. 4. What is social media?It is the use of technology combined with socialinteraction to collaborate, create and share.
    5. 5. Learn"Simply put, social media has allowed me toaccess ideas, thoughts and opinions I wouldnever have been able to before." Prajesh Narendra Chhanabhai, @Zimbarama, PhD Candidate, University of Otago; New Zealand
    6. 6. Connect & Collaborate"Social media doesn’t just help me in myresearch, it totally changed the way Iinteract with collaborators." Bertalan Meskó, @Berci, Physician, Founder of Webicina.com; Hungary
    7. 7. Inform & influence"People use social networking for health.We need to connect, inform and inspirethem to affect change." Mike Evans, @docmikeevans, Family Physician, Founder of Health Design Lab; Canada
    8. 8. Knowledge translation
    9. 9. Where do you start?
    10. 10. Your network now• Who do you connect with?• Who do you learn from?• Who or what do you want to influence?• And why?
    11. 11. What tool is right for you?
    12. 12. Twitter• Peers and public• Learn and inform• Crowd-source information quickly
    13. 13. Dissemination acceleration"Social impact measures complementtraditional citation metrics [and can be] auseful and timely metric to measure theuptake of research findings." Gunter Eysenbach, @eysenbach, MD, Senior Scientist, Editor-in- chief & publisher of JMIR; Canada
    14. 14. Blogs• Peers and public• Articulate what we do and think• Share opinions
    15. 15. Facebook, Google+• General public• Curate reliable information• Connect with people and their networks
    16. 16. Facebook feedback on Twitter
    17. 17. Social video sharing• General public• Educate and inform
    18. 18. LinkedIn• Professional networks• Connect with peers• Join groups and participate in discussions
    19. 19. And so much more…• Pinterest• Skype• Curation tools• Photosharing• Wikis• Quora• Slideshare
    20. 20. Start smallSet reasonable goals and then…• Listen and learn.• Ask and learn.• Share and learn.• Inform and learn.
    21. 21. How can social mediabenefit you?
    22. 22. Where can you get moreideas and help?
    23. 23. Healthcare hashtags www.symplur.com • #hpm • #hpmglobal • #eolchat • #meded • #hcsmca
    24. 24. People to follow to get started
    25. 25. Thank youshelly@virtualhospice.cacolleen@virtualhospice.ca @virtualhospice www.facebook.com/CanadianVirtualHospicewww.virtualhospice.ca www.portailpalliatif.ca

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