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  • Discussion through presentation
  • Familiar sight? Students ahead of many educators
  • Policies still catching up
  • Reliability Windows for searching
  • Primary Health Care
  • New issues arising as technology progresses
  • Policies to guide us are now emerging
  • Where are we? Interactive stand-up exercise re frequency of Facebook – use of Facebook & Twitter
  • Who will choose to invite me to e a friend?
  • Text Photos How appropriate are they in terms of your professionalism What does your personal profile say about you?
  • Personal vs Professional Colleagues Patients Insight into our lives Privacy settings
  • Dynamic out of seats – in a line With explanations Re pictures, you can untag yourself
  • Dynamic out of seats – in a line With explanations Re pictures, you can untag yourself
  • Self-regulation
  • Tweet
  • We take ownership of what we do and say – there’s an open digital space for each individual unlike before
  • Importance of self-awareness
  • What went well? What suggestions do you have for improvement? Any special comment that you would like to share
  • Digital Professionalism

    1. 1. Digital Professionalism: Social Media Discourse in the Health Sciences Faculty in 2012 Veronica Mitchell & Nicole Southgate Education Development Unit Health Sciences Faculty University of Cape Town, South Africa
    2. 2. Respect ? Illustration by Stacey Stent for Dick Ngambi, UCT
    3. 3. Our online world Photo by SJCockell http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjcockell/3251147920 (CC BY)
    4. 4. Social mediaEvolvingRapid growth Photo by SJCockell http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjcockell/3251147920/ (CC BY)
    5. 5. Resources:in our networked society Websites Google Social media Blogs LinkedIn Icons by http://dryicons.com (Free License
    6. 6. Online identityProf Steve Reid, UCT ?Community participationprojects in KZN Icon by http://dryicons.com (Free License Agreement)
    7. 7. in theHealth SciencesSocial networksare helpful&may be harmful
    8. 8. in the Health SciencesEnhancing professionalism& / orUndermining professionalism
    9. 9. Guidelines on social practicesbalance & boundaries needed openness vs constraint
    10. 10. Guidelines United Kingdom New Zealand & Australiahttp://www.bma.org.uk/images/socialmediaguidancemay2011_tcm41-206859.pdf http://www.waikatodhb.govt.nz/file/fileid/37681
    11. 11. Guidelines Public space Permanence of posts Trackable details Representing the university & profession Policies in development• Should Healthcare Organizations Use Social Media: A Global Updatehttp://www.csc.com/health_services/insights/80626-should_healthcare_organizations_use_social_media_a_global_update
    12. 12. Social MediaWhere are we ? Digital Learning Futures presentation on SlideShare, Slide 5 (CC BY-NC-ND)
    13. 13. Connecting with others by communication channels having a voiceas Health Science students in public spaces
    14. 14. Knowledge Empathy Reflection    Olckers, L., Gibbs, T, & Duncan, M. (2007) Developing health science students into integrated professionals: A practical tool for learning. BMC Medical Education 7:45. [Online]. (CC BY) Available:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2186307/
    15. 15. Join Facebook orAssess your own FB with neighbour BY SA http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcopako/2391747442/sizes/m/in/photostream/
    16. 16. FacebookFriend or Foe ? User Unlike Comment Share 43 minutes ago The registrar missed the pneumothorax today – what a fool!! Inappropriate Unprofessional Doctor image from Microsoft ClipArt (MS service agreement) Icon by http://dryicons.com (Free License Agreement)
    17. 17. Profile photo Who will chooseto invite Veronica to be a friend on Facebook?
    18. 18. Profile photo Who will chooseto invite Nicole to be a friend on Facebook?
    19. 19. RelationshipsBetween colleaguesPatients Boundaries Future employment – personal profile
    20. 20. Personal learning environment in the Health Sciences Self-regulation as a Health Professional Image: David Castillo Dominici / FreeDigitalPhotos.net 3d Man With Multiple Arrow Paths (standard-free license)
    21. 21. What are your tweets saying about you? twitter-logo By Aron1971 http://www.flickr.com/photos/24489285@N07/3268768970/lightbox/ (CC BY-SA) Bottom Icon by http://dryicons.com (Free License Agreement)
    22. 22. Join Twitter Choose Twitter handle Follow @EDU_FHSTrending Topic #HSFyr1 Icon by http://dryicons.com (Free License Agreement)
    23. 23. BenefitsSharing experiencesOpenness & transparencyExpanding horizons of knowledge & experiencesIncreased potential learning resourcesPromoting personal agencyUp to date informationBuilding a Community of Practice
    24. 24. Caution / ProtectionSharing experiencesPersonal containment – find other sourcesUndermining others – e.g. defamatory statementsConfidentiality re patients / facilitiesInformed consent e.g.
    25. 25. Prote ctionOnline ethical awareness Do no harm Yourself Patients Colleagues Facilities
    26. 26. SummarySocial Media http://www.flickr.com/photos/loop_oh/4313629167/ By Rupert Ganzer (CC BY-ND)  EvolvingOpen spaceAffording opportunities through connectivityCaution re consequencesEthical concern is paramount
    27. 27. Who am I online ? Discussion Digital Professionalism: Social Media Discourse in the Health Sciences Faculty by Veronica Mitchell and Nicole Southgateis licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 South Africa License. Images used in this presentation still retain their previous license agreements.
    28. 28. How are we doing as your facilitators in this social media conversation ? Evaluation please ? Images from Microsoft ClipArt (used under MS service agreement)

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