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Using Social Media in (Evidence-Based Emergency) Medicine: A Primer for Practitioners

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This was an invited keynote presented at the Quebec Emergency Physician Association (AMUQ) Conference in Montreal on October 28th, 2011.

This was an invited keynote presented at the Quebec Emergency Physician Association (AMUQ) Conference in Montreal on October 28th, 2011.

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  • 1. Using  Social  Media  in      (Evidence-­‐Based  Emergency)   Medicine:   A  Primer  for  Prac<<oners Francisco Grajales Francisco  Grajales  |@Ciscogiii Christian Assad Chris3an  Assad  |@Chris3anAssad
  • 2. While working in the Emergency Room...
  • 3. Objec<vesBy  the  end  of  this  session  you  will  have  an  understanding  of:1. The  different  types  of  social  media,  and  how   they  are  being  used  in  a  medical  context.2. How  social  media  may  be  used  to  support   evidence  based  (emergency)  medical  prac3ce.3. Risk  mi3ga3on  in  the  everyday  use  of  social   media.
  • 4. Time  Allotment 50  minutes:  Slide  Presenta3on 10  minutes:  Break 30  minutes:  Ques3ons 30  minutes:  Prac3cal  Component Total  Session:  120  Minutes
  • 5. Background Moore’s  Law   Q  18  Months =   X2  Processing  PowerREFERENCE: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/
  • 6. EBM:  SackeK  Defini<on“The  conscien<ous,  explicit  and  judicious  use  of  current  best  evidence  in  making  clinical  decisions  about  about  the  care  of  individual  pa<ents”
  • 7. Types  of  Social  MediaBlogsMicroblogsWikisSocial  +  Professional  NetworkingMedia  (Photo  +  Video)  SharingOthers  (Mashups,  Social  Bookmarking,  etc)
  • 8. Social  Media:  Defini<onThe use of web-based andmobile technologies toturn communication intoan interactive dialogue. REFERENCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media
  • 9. Understanding  Social  MediaSocial  media  have  different  meanings  to  different  people,  depending  on  their  state  of  mind.
  • 10. Physicians  &  Social  Media 51%  Have  a  Facebook  Account 17%  Have  a  LinkedIn  Account 12%  Have  a  TwiKer  Account 7%  Have  a  BlogReference: http://www.slideshare.net/prich/canadian-physicians-and-social-media-a-survey
  • 11. Physicians  &  Social  Media 80%  Believe  Social  Media  pose   professional  and  legal  risks 49%  Believe  Social  Media  help  pa<ents   gain  a  sense  of  community 44%  believe  Social  Media  are  of  liKle   value  to  prac<ce Few  use  their  Social  Media  for   professional  purposesReference: http://www.slideshare.net/prich/canadian-physicians-and-social-media-a-survey
  • 12. We  need  to  bring  physicians  up  to  speed...
  • 13. Blog:  Defini<onAn  easy-­‐to-­‐publish  website  where  authors  post  informa<on  and  other  digital  media  in  sequen<al  order.A  Blog  is  short  for  web-­‐log
  • 14. Blog:  Examples
  • 15. Microblogs:  Defini<on A  plaaorm  for  informa<on   dissemina<on,  social  networking,   and  real<me  communica<on.  TwiKer  is  a  <ny  blog  service  that  allows  networks  of  users  to  share  updates  of  140  characters.
  • 16. Hashtags:  Hash  what?A  way  to  code/curate  tweets  so  that  others  can  find  them  more  efficiently #AMUQ|  #MDChat #HCSM  |  #Med20
  • 17. Microblogs: Examples
  • 18. Wikis:  Defini<onAn  (open  or  protected)  website  where  content  is  collected,  edited,  &  supplemented  with  other  rich  media  (eg,  videos,  photos,  etc).  
  • 19. Wikis: Example
  • 20. Ask Dr. Wiki
  • 21. Media  Sharing  Sites:  Defini<onWeb-­‐based  services  that  allow  the  pos<ng  of  (one  or  more)  videos,  photos,  slide  decks  and  other  similar  media.  
  • 22. Media Sharing: Examples
  • 23. Social Networking Service An  online  service,  plaorm,  or  site  that  focuses  on   social  rela3ons  among  people,  who,  share  interests,   ac3vi3es,  or  other  social  a]ribute.   A  social  network  service  consists  of  a  representa3on  of   each  user  (o^en  a  profile),  his/her  social  links,  and  a   variety  of  addi3onal  services.
  • 24. Facebook: examples
  • 25. Linked In: Def (prof networking)
  • 26. Research
  • 27. Research: 2
  • 28. Research: 2
  • 29. Research: 2
  • 30. Research: 2
  • 31. Research: 4
  • 32. Research: 4
  • 33. Research: 4
  • 34. Research: 4
  • 35. Research: 3
  • 36. Research: 3
  • 37. Research: 3
  • 38. Research: 3
  • 39. Other   [Randomly]Important  and   Useful  Tools
  • 40. Cochrane
  • 41. RSS: Examples
  • 42. Videoconferencing
  • 43. Podcasts  /  Screencasts
  • 44. Collabora<on
  • 45. Google Docs: Example
  • 46. Google Calendar: Example
  • 47. Google Forms: Example
  • 48. Google Alerts
  • 49. Dropbox: Example
  • 50. Mul<-­‐User  Virtual   Environments
  • 51. Podcast/screencast def
  • 52. GoogleFlu
  • 53. Doodle
  • 54. World Time
  • 55. EmpoweredEngaged  in  their  careEmancipatedEqual  partners  in  care
  • 56. Crowdsourcing
  • 57. N
  • 58. Gadgets
  • 59. HON  &  MedBlogger  Code
  • 60. Myths
  • 61. Social  Media  is  New
  • 62. Social  Media  is  Useless
  • 63. Social  Media  are  Good
  • 64. Professionalism
  • 65. Professionalismexample 2: nursing
  • 66. Security
  • 67. Privacy
  • 68. Mi<ga<ng   Risk
  • 69. Rules  of  Engagement 1. Be  authen<c 2. Maintain  professionalism 3. Have  fun  and  don’t  let  the   fear  of  the  unknown  stop  you 4. Ask  for  help 5. Focus,  grab  aKen<on,  engage   (the  dragonfly  model)
  • 70. What  is  appropriate?
  • 71. Are  145  characters   enough?
  • 72. #Ques<ons
  • 73. Discussion
  • 74. Cisco  |  Ciscogiii  |  cisco@franciscograjales.comChris3an  |Chris3anAssad  |  chris3anassad@gmail.com