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I gave a talk to students in the EHS 688: Topics in Environmental Health Sciences and Nutrition Class last week. Here are the slides! Working on getting the links to work. Check out the homework I …

I gave a talk to students in the EHS 688: Topics in Environmental Health Sciences and Nutrition Class last week. Here are the slides! Working on getting the links to work. Check out the homework I made for the class before the talk! http://joyceisplayingontheinter.net/andexploringsm4ph.html

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  • @joyclee
  • http://joyceisplayingontheinter.net/andexploringsm4ph.html
  • http://thecourse.webicina.com/presentations/Epatients/
  • I’m a pediatrician
  • Diabetes Specialist
  • Clinical and Health Services Researcher. For my publications click here:
  • http://thecourse.webicina.com/presentations/Epatients/
  • Collaborative projects content communities, blogs
  • http://www.mindmeister.com/270101756/twitter-hashtags-by-pf-anderson
  • http://socialmedia.mayoclinic.org/2012/04/05/a-twelve-word-social-media-policy/
  • http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/37784/In context, and with much richer resolution
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  • http://ww.etechlib.wordpress.com/Linked (click on image)
  • Website in Portuguese!Linked (click on image)http://joycelee.tumblr.com/post/55766867837/pediatrics-mhealth-socialmedia
  • Linked (click on image)http://storify.com/joyclee/social-media-for-public-health?utm_source=embed_header
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  • Linked (click on image) http://diabetessafety.net/
  • Linked to website http://worrydream.com/Tangle/Linked to Ten Brighter Ideas page (click on image)
  • http://www.economist.com/node/21542193
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    • 1. Social Media: A Critical Tool for Public Health and Academic Research? @joyclee @pfanderson
    • 2. I gave you homework
    • 3. Presenter Disclosure Social Media Editor JAMA Pediatrics
    • 4. Agenda •  Definition of Social Media •  How to Use Twitter •  Public Health Applications of Social Media •  Social Media and my Research
    • 5. I’m a Pediatrician
    • 6. Diabetes Specialist
    • 7. Clinical and Health Services Researcher Since this was a talk about my “research” you can visit my publications here http://joyceisplayingontheinter.net/ andpublishing.html
    • 8. These are the friends I met who Introduced me to Twitter 2 yrs ago
    • 9. When they told me that they met individuals on Twitter, my initial response was, “You’re joking, right?”
    • 10. What is social media?
    • 11. Social Media Web-based and mobile technologies used to turn communication into interactive dialogue between organizations, communities, and individuals
    • 12. Social Media
    • 13. What is Twitter?
    • 14. It’s a microblogging platform, a place to have a conversation
    • 15. How do you use Twitter?
    • 16. First, set up your profile and choose your name @_________
    • 17. First, set up your profile and choose your name @joyclee @pfanderson
    • 18. @urbandata @mindofandre @risalavizzo @hhs_drkoh
    • 19. “Who is that egghead?”
    • 20. An Unengaging Profile
    • 21. An Engaging Profile (s/p a social media intervention)
    • 22. To tweet, hit this button
    • 23. Tweet You only have 140 characters to say something
    • 24. Tweet
    • 25. Use a link shortener to save space
    • 26. Announce an event
    • 27. Retweet someone else’s tweet RT (Retweet), MT (Modified Tweet) H/T (Hat tip)
    • 28. To follow and to be followed
    • 29. To follow and to be followed
    • 30. To follow and to be followed
    • 31. Use mentions to reach out to specific individuals
    • 32. #hashtags=topic or group
    • 33. #Hashtag=Conference
    • 34. Tweetchat: #sm4pm
    • 35. So now you know how to use Social Media, but why would a public health care professional use it?
    • 36. You don’t feel like tweeting your morning breakfast
    • 37. You’re not Miley Cyrus
    • 38. You have better things to do than put your math skills on display
    • 39. Neither are you mother monster (Lady Gaga)
    • 40. Here is a comprehensive list of resources you can use to explore Twitter for Public Health http://www.mindmeister.com/270101756/ twitter-hashtags-by-pf-anderson
    • 41. But first, let’s discuss Rules of Engagement
    • 42. Separate the Personal from the Professional       Lady Gaga by night Dr. Joyce Lee Associate Professor by day
    • 43. Follow the 12-word Social Media Policy from the Mayo Clinic “Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry
 Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete
 Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal”"
    • 44. Don’t talk about patients, even in general terms Remember HIPAA! If you wouldn’t say it in an elevator, don’t say it online -Dave Ekrem http://bit.ly/1349R9M
    • 45. Here is my top 10 list on why I use Twitter
    • 46. First: To follow movements and people that can help inform your work/research
    • 47. #quantifiedself (#qs2012/#qschat) #mhealth #dataviz
    • 48. The Quantified Self Movement Mood Tracker Sleep Monitor Heart Rate Recorder Calorie Counter GPS Logger Pedometer http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/37784/
    • 49. A curated, organized list of #mhealth apps that I didn’t have to compile!
    • 50. I am thinking about this paradigm for creating #mhealth/ #dataviz interventions in teens for diabetes
    • 51. #dataviz
    • 52. Click on image for these amazing #dataviz libraries
    • 53. I had students create this amazing dashboard (click image for blogpost)
    • 54. And you even hear about wacky things like….
    • 55. Now that’s an #mhealth app!
    • 56. Second: To crowdsource solutions to your research problems and find collaborators
    • 57. I used Storify to curate the content so that I could use it for the homework and my talk
    • 58. The traditional way to seek help
    • 59. Computing Community Consortium NIH/NSF Margie Morris, PhD Clinical Psychologist Senior Researcher Intel Wendy Ju, PhD Director of Research Stanford Design Lab
    • 60. Third: To provide you with information to help with your traditional research endeavors
    • 61. is slow compared with
    • 62. Fourth: To provide you with tools to help with your traditional research endeavors
    • 63. 11:23 AM
    • 64. 11:41 AM
    • 65. 11:49 AM
    • 66. 12:07 PM
    • 67. With social media, the task took less than 1 hour! (30+ by hand)
    • 68. Fifth: To translate your research
    • 69. http://diabetessafety.net/
    • 70. Tangle.js A very cool interactive #dataviz tool (click Image for document)
    • 71. “Research (by two blogging economists at the World Bank) suggests that academic papers cited by bloggers are far more likely to be downloaded. Blogging economists are regarded more highly than non-bloggers with the same publishing record.” http://www.economist.com/node/21542193
    • 72. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/
    • 73. Sixth: Unexpected Networking
    • 74. Academia is a social process that depends on networking
    • 75. •  Media Interviews •  Workshop Presentations •  Lecture Invitations •  Committee Invitations A Doctor? At a •  Design Conference? Grant Opportunities •  Dissemination Vineet Arora FutureDocs
    • 76. Seventh: To create new opportunities for education and engagement
    • 77. Have a Conversation before the class even begins
    • 78. Eighth: To be part of a larger dynamic and real-time conversation that can lead to new ways of approaching clinical care and research
    • 79. http://goo.gl/Cipd1b
    • 80. Ninth: To facilitate bidirectional communication between providers and patients
    • 81. Diabetes Online Community (#doc)
    • 82. Glucose Sensor + Flovent = Rash-free? http://goo.gl/7pgZl9
    • 83. iSeismometer iPhone app + CGM on nightstand = effective alarm Click on image for link
    • 84. Tenth, A Personal Reason
    • 85. Tenth, a personal story about how I have used social media See this slideshare and check out http://ihavefoodallergies.tumblr.com/
    • 86. Social Media is not going away
    • 87. Check out the Storify embedded at the bottom of the homework Here are some highlights in the next slides
    • 88. http://healthmap.org/en/
    • 89. @foodbornechi
    • 90. http://foodborne.smartchicagoapps.org/
    • 91. http://michiganradio.org/post/scientists-pushedengage-public-through-social-media
    • 92. Thanks to: @pfanderson Dr. Mancuso #publichealth Twitter community Find me at: @joyclee http://joycelee.me/

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