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I presented this information to a group of diabetes educators at the International Diabetes Center's Symposium for Advanced Diabetes Educators held April 23, 2012. ...

I presented this information to a group of diabetes educators at the International Diabetes Center's Symposium for Advanced Diabetes Educators held April 23, 2012.

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  • Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1980, started blogging in 2004, good Lord has allowed me to make a living through social media. Paying most of my important bills, most of the time. Doing something that fills my heart.
  • 3 words: Expert, Brilliant, DedicatedWe (PWD’s) are often a little crazy, very emotional, and can have a lot of undirected anger looking for a place to vent.- Amazed and so grateful that you would dedicate your lives to helping me live mine.
  • What is social media?Why is it important?How can you use it?
  • Listed a GENEROUS 40 hours per year with some sort of clinical help. Total number of hours per year, 24 x 365 = 8760
  • Postgraduate Medicine, Volume 121, Number 5, September 2009. Ronald D. Coffen, PhD, The 600-Step Program for Type 1 Diabetes Self Management in Youth: The Magnitude of the Self-Management Task
  • This applies to ALL patient types. You get women who are pregnant together and this happens, people who deal with X and this happens, people of almost any common similarities.
  • http://dsmalive.com/2012/03/09/after-thoughts-michelle-litchman/Impressed with accuracy of information
  • http://youtu.be/nrm7z0owxoc – not giving medical advice. Talking about good ways to deal with a problem we often encounter.
  • Value for you, grow your understanding. Connect and relate. Value for your patients, fill the gaps, increase education, break apart some of the isolation, emotional support, connect and relate.
  • SixUntilMe.com – Kerri SparlingTextingMyPancreas.com – Kim VlasnikNinjabetic.com – George SimmonsBitterSweetDiabetes.com – Karen Graffeo
  • http://www.youtube.com/user/MrMikeLawson – Mike Lawsonhttp://www.youtube.com/user/gingervieira – Ginger Vieirahttp://www.youtube.com/user/1HappyDiabetichttp://www.youtube.com/user/sixuntilme – Kerri Sparling
  • My one rule – if you’re not finding value where you are spending your time, don’t do it.

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  • 1. Using Social Media:A Patient Perspective Scott K. Johnson
  • 2. You are… THANK YOU!
  • 3. What?Why?How?
  • 4. Terminology & details later…. For now, just know itis an “umbrella term” for …
  • 5. Communication
  • 6. Why?Hours per Year With Clinician Independent
  • 7. Diabetes Is
  • 8. Hours per Year With Clinician Independent
  • 9. Communication With Diabetes
  • 10. How?
  • 11. Concerns What Else?
  • 12. Michelle Litchman, NP
  • 13. Value
  • 14. Fill The Gaps (aka the 8,720 hours) Hours per Year With Clinician Independent
  • 15. 3 ThingsYou Can Do Tomorrow To Feel Better About Social Media 1)Read a Blog Post 2)Check Out Twitter 3)Watch a Diabetes Related Video
  • 16. Read A Blog PostTextingMyPancreas.com SixUntilMe.com Ninjabetic.com BitterSweetDiabetes.com
  • 17. Check Out Twitter• Do NOT need an account• #DSMA, #BGNOW, #Di abetes• Click on stuff! Explore!
  • 18. Watch A Diabetes Related Video MrMikeLawson GingerVieira 1HappyDiabetic SixUntilMe
  • 19. Invest (time) & Explore