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  • 1. The Virtual NICU Team: Using Social Media in Medicine CLARA SONG, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Section of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
  • 2. DISCLOSURE• SPEAKER: Clara Song, MD• I have no relevant financial relationships with the manufacturers of any commercial products and/or provider of commercial services discussed in this CME activity.• I do not intend to discuss an unapproved or investigative use of commercial products or devices.
  • 3. The Truth and Nothing but…• I am not a social media expert.• There really are no social media experts. There are only social media users (maybe some are mega-users).
  • 4. I am…• Pediatrician in a previous life• Academic Neonatologist• Social media user – (@songMD, @AAPperinatal, @TECaN chat, @OU NICU physician)• A Journey fan• Afraid of driving in the snow
  • 5. From one perspective…
  • 6. From another…
  • 7. OBJECTIVES• Define social media, the evolution to its current state and its impact• Navigate the various available web-based tools to enhance daily practice, communication and collaboration between healthcare communities• Identify and prevent negative consequences associated with social media use
  • 8. Social Media Anxiety Disorder• “Social Media” = Facebook and Twitter• Rumor mill of unprofessional conduct on Facebook and Twitter• Unaware of closed Facebook account and protected tweets• Unaware of RSS, feed readers and other useful applications of social mediaMetha, N. "How physicians can overcome social media anxiety on Twitter." Technology in (Medical)Education, blog. Aug 14, 2011.
  • 9. Social media has taken over… … porn as the #1 activity on the web.Source: Social Media Revolution from Socialnomics.net
  • 10. Everyday….. … approximately 2 Billion Google searches occur.Source: Social Media Revolution by Socialnomics.net
  • 11. Interestingly….. Facebook TOPS Google for weekly traffic in the U.S.!Source: Social Media Revolution 2 from Socialnomics.net
  • 12. In 2010, social media use increased…• Baby Boomers (46-65 yr): 54 76%• Gen X (32-45 yr): 70 85%• Millennials/Gen Y (13-31 yr): 84 91%Source: PR Newswire, Nov 2010; Beyond.com Poll
  • 13. Social networking – 51% of all adults
  • 14. Groups in America• 40% church, spiritual groups • 9% are active in fan groups sports• 24% sports for self or children • 9% are active in youth groups• 24% consumer groups • 8% labor unions• 22% charitable or volunteer orgs • 8% fraternal clubs, sororities/fraternities• 20% professional or trade groups • 7% environmental groups• 19% neighborhood associations • 7% sports fantasy leagues• 18% illness groups or personal situation • 7% veterans organizations• 17% hobby groups or clubs • 6% gaming communities • 6% fan groups celebrities• 15% national or local organizations • 5% ethnic or cultural groups• 15% political parties • 5% travel clubs• 14% alumni associations • 4% farm organizations• 13% parent groups • 3% in fan groups for company/product• 11% literary, study groups • 3% “other”• 10% arts groups Source: Pew Internet Project Sept 2011
  • 15. Social side of internet – participation in 27 kinds of groups Participate in at least one group90% 82% 85% 80%80% 75%70%60% 56%50%40%30%20%10%0% All adults Internet users Social network Twitter users Non-internet users users Source: Pew Internet Project. Sept 2011.
  • 16. Saying it simply… Many people are on the web…AND on the web to utilize social media tools.
  • 17. Social media impacts our lives• Facebook Kawasaki diagnosis story• President Obama’s townhall forum on Facebook live• Tweets from Egypt
  • 18. Source: wired.com, Feb 2011
  • 19. • $20 million for >1000 ideas • 2,640,026 lives positively affected • Facebook: – > 6 million fans • Twitter:•120,000 ideas – >142,000 followers•>82 million • YouTube: – > 16.4 million uploads & 2.5votes million views
  • 20. “Social media is NOT a fad…“…it’s a fundamental shift in the way we communicate.”Source: solcomhouse.com
  • 21. “I don’t care what people say… Facebook is here to stay.”
  • 22. Evolution of the Internet Source: radarnetworks.com
  • 23. SocialMedia…. transforms broadcast media monologues (one1. Concept to many) into social2. Media media dialogues (many3. Social interface to many). Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media
  • 24. BlogsWEB 2.0MicroblogsPhotosVideosAudioNetworks Source: blog.milestoneinternet.com
  • 25. Social Media is about…. Reaching out and having a conversation.Source: www.telegraph.co.uk
  • 26. Health 2.0-Information: resources &sharing-Medical education-Collaboration & practice-Disease management &patient education-Research & data sharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 27. 3rd most prevalent activity• Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project Feb 2011 report• Survey of 3,001 American adults• 8 in 10 Internet users search for health information ONLINESource: pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/HealthTopics.aspx
  • 28. Social Media for HealthInformationNational ResearchCorporation Survey • 94% use Facebook • 32% use YouTube• 23,000 Americans • 18% use MySpace or• 41% use social media Twitter• Avg age: 41 yrSource: CNN Health, thechart.blogs..cnn.com,3/4/2011
  • 29. We are e-Patients• Seek online guidance for their own conditions or for loved ones• “equipped, electronic, enabled, educated, empowered, engaged, equals, emancipated……”• ?expert- “I have an A.A.D degree (Almost A Doctor).”• 2 effects “better health information/services and different relationships with their doctors” Source: http://enwikipedia.org/wiki/E-Patient
  • 30. Social Media helps patients get through it…• Patients and their families benefit from the community support by connecting through social media before, during and after a hospital stay – SmartBlog on Social Media, Nov 2010• 1 in 5 internet users are online searching for other e- patients- “We can say things to each other we can’t say to to others.” – Pew Internet & American Life Project Feb 2011
  • 31. • Facebook: 685,302 likes + 19 other Facebook pages• YouTube: 411,936 views + 6 other YouTube channels• Twitter: 8,210 followers + 13 other Twitter accounts• 6 Blogs
  • 32. Twitter and Facebook (Farmville)was used to raise $1 million for thenew children’s hospital.Source: Modern Healthcare, March 14, 2011
  • 33. We are e-Clinicians • 99% of U.S. physicians and clinicians are online • 83% consider the Internet essential to their practice • 91% use Google for medical/pharmaceutical queries • Textbooks, conferences web, iPhones, Blackberrys • ….“e-Provider” … all the “e’s” and then some (empathetic, eloquent, encouraging,….. expert”Source: pharma2blog.com/2008/07/03/taking-the-pulse of-the-physician
  • 34. Clinician use of social media is UP• February 2010: 41% practicing physicians (N=141)• August 2011: 87% practicing clinicians (N=4033)• “Connected Clinicians”Bosslet et al, The Patient-Doctor Relationship and Online Social Networks, J Gen Intern Med, June2011; QuantiaMD. Doctors, Patients, & Social Media, Sept 2011.
  • 35. #1 reason for professional participation: educational
  • 36. 61% 31% 28%17%
  • 37. Hang on, don’t you let go now.You know, with every heartbeat, we love.Nothing comes easy…Hang on, ask the lonely.- JOURNEY
  • 38. -Information: Health 2.0resources & sharing-Medical education-Collaboration &practice-Disease management &patient education-Research & datasharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 39. How do you currently save your references and articles?1. Print and file2. Drag and drop onto a USB drive3. Save and file into folders in Documents onto My Computer4. Bookmark reference onto a web account
  • 40. Bookmark, Share & SaveSource: tootf.com
  • 41. Source: geekestateblog.com
  • 42. DiigoConnoteaCiteULikeGoogle Chrome: AddThisDeliciousTechnoratiRedditStumbleUpon Social BookmarkingDigg and News Aggregates Source: doublejdesign.co.uk
  • 43. Social bookmarking steps• Choose a site• Register• Add button (optional, but recommended)• Find references (websites, articles, etc.)• “Add to …” with one-click• Add “tags”• Socialize and share
  • 44. SLIDE SHARING Slide Share Google Docs SlideBoom SlideServe Scribd 280 Slides SlideRocket“Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.”-Yoda SlideSource: sethpickens.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/luke-yoda
  • 45. • Upload presentations, documents, video• Follow and be followed• Mark your “Favorites”
  • 46. Health 2.0-Information:resources & sharing-Medical education-Collaboration & practice-Disease management &patient education-Research & data sharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 47. 2010
  • 48. Facebook• More than 750 million active users• 50% of active users are logged on in any given day• Fastest growing demographic is age 35 and older; second is 55-65 year olds (Fastest growing segment is 55-65 year old females)• More than 30 billion content pieces shared each month SEARCH functionality• Most popular site to share photos• 3rd most popular site to view online videoSource: www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics, comScore 2009
  • 49. If Facebook was a country…. … it would be the 3rd largest in population.Source: Social Media Revolution 2 from Socialnomics.net
  • 50. Image Source: flagspot.net, cia.gov, toddpaynefortennessee.com
  • 51. FACEBOOKFun, casualMeet old friendsMake new friendsJoin interest groupsLearnShare storiesMake professionalconnections Source: facebook.com
  • 52. Facebook is casual, it’s fun!
  • 53. It’s a party!
  • 54. But, not this kind of party…
  • 55. Meet old friends & make new ones
  • 56. Learn and Share stories
  • 57. Make professional connections
  • 58. Join interest groups and communities
  • 59. Create educational groups
  • 60. It’s time to see how you imagineyour life…You want to dream, anything ispossible.- JOURNEY
  • 61. Social= Share: Facebook Sign-up Tips• Connecting on Facebook: default is Everyone!• “Edit your profile” Customize• “How Tags Work” OFF/ON for max sharing• Public search ON• “Secure browsing is currently disabled” is default• Customize sharing (photos, tags, posts)
  • 62. LinkedIn• > 120 million professionals in 150 industries in over 200 countries• Average age is 41 years• Over 50% users have income >$100,000• Over-representation of graduate school-educated users• 64% male• 95% of companies use LinkedIn as their primary tool to find new employees• Searchable by GoogleSource: www.linkedstrategies.com/blog/tag/linkedin-statistics, press.linked in.com
  • 63. LinkedIn: Conference• Neonatology on LinkedIn – Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Group – Neonatal/Pediatric Specialty (RT) – National Association of Neonatal Nurses- NANN – Neonatal Nurses – NHS Neonatal and Maternity Networking Forum – Preemie Purple Hearts Network
  • 64. -Information: Health 2.0resources & sharing-Medical education-Collaboration & practice-Disease management& patient education-Research & datasharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 65. HealthMap.org
  • 66. -Information: resources & Health 2.0sharing-Medical education-Collaboration &practice-Disease management &patient education-Research & data sharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 67. -Information: Health 2.0resources & sharing-Medical education-Collaboration &practice-Disease management& patient education-Research & datasharing-ProfessionalDevelopment &Networking Source: http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Health_2.0, health20.org/images/ c/c1/Virtuous_Cycle.png
  • 68. Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co- “Share and discover what’s happeningworkers to communicate and stay connectedthrough the exchange of quick frequent answers right now, anywhere in the world.”to one simple question: What are you doing? Source: twitter.com
  • 69. Twitter • 175 million registered users, as of January 2011 • 200 million tweets a day, as of June 2011 • Largest Twitter group 35-44 year olds, 64% >35 yr • The median user age: 39 • 600 million search queries/day • 37% of active users are mobileSource: http://blog.nielson.com/nielsonwire/online_mobile/twitters-tweet-smell-of-success/, denverpost.com/business,marketinggum.com June 2011
  • 70. Tweets are short and sweet….. Casual conversation, some chit- chat, some breaking news.. -Keep up-to-date: follow, search, engage -Push your cause: personal talk show -Create a presence: keep your finger on the public pulseImage Source: nydailynews.com
  • 71. • ……to make the use of Twitter more accessible for providers and the healthcare community as a whole… By lowering the learning curve of Twitter with a database of relevant hashtags to follow…..Source: odomlewis.posterous.com
  • 72. • Tissue recruitment• Disaster alerting/ response• Amber alerts• Tracking patient/disease trends• Live-tweets: surgical procedures, medical conferences• Publishing health-related news• Clinical education coordination
  • 73. Google +• Now Public!• Circles for sharing• Chat and follow• Hangout feature: • Voice and video chat• Photos, videos, links• Search functionality Source: google.com
  • 74. Be good to yourself when nobody else will.Oh, be good to yourself.You’re walkin’ a high wire, caught in a cross fire.Oh, be good to yourself.-JOURNEY
  • 75. Lions and Tigers and Lawsuits, oh my!• Social networking is online= Public domain, no longer private• Posting online is permanent; can be deleted, but may be archived• Professional liability risks (violations of medical code of ethics, HIPAA, employer or medical staff policy)• Anonymity cannot by guaranteed; privacy can be violatedSource: Armon, Keller. Who is Dr. Wiki and Why You Need to Know. Unique Opportun. 2009.
  • 76. Minimize Risks• Use common sense. – “The least common thing in the world is common sense.”• Review the terms of service of the online communities.• Review your professional liability policy.• Review your employer’s social media policy.• Include a disclaimer.• Remember- anonymity cannot be guaranteed.• Review before you post. (Think, pause, then post.) Source: Armon, Keller. Who is Dr. Wiki and Why You Need to Know. Unique Opportun. 2009.
  • 77. To Friend or Not to Friend• “Please Don’t ‘Friend’ Your Patients”• Violation of HIPAA by jeopardizing the protection of individually identifiable health information (IIHI)Source: MDNews.com, 3/19/2011
  • 78. Ignore…..• 84% would NOT use social media to communicate with their physician• 72% would call nurse help line• ~50% prefer email communication with physician, online appointment setting, online access to medical records , online bill paymentSource: HealthcareITnews.com, 3/24/2011
  • 79. Social Do’s• Use common sense. Ask permission. Be the same courteous, respectful person virtually that you are in the world everyday.• Be transparent.• Write what you know. (Share your e-xpert knowledge.)• Aware of the perception you create. Virtual “perception is Reality.”• Engage in the conversation…. Add to it.• Be a leader, an example- you represent us all!• Admit your whoopsy… it’s human!• Think, review and pause, then post. Modified from: Social Media Policy for Physicians and Staff, foxepractice.com
  • 80. AMA Policy: Professionalism in the Use of Social Media• Standards of patient privacy and confidentiality• Privacy settings• Appropriate boundaries of patient-physician relationship• Professional boundaries• Ethical responsibility to report unprofessionalism• Possibility of negative consequences
  • 81. Use web tools withconfidence to streamlineEnhanced educationEffective communicationMore “expert-user-generated” contentalongside user –generatedcontentEthical considerations? Why bother??
  • 82. “Social media is like voting…You may not like the system, but unless you vote, you don’t have a right to complain about the outcome.”
  • 83. Why not vote?
  • 84. Still (social media) anxious?
  • 85. Don’t stop believin’,Hold onto that feelin’.-JOURNEY
  • 86. • For resources to help with Social Media Anxiety, contact:• clara- song@ouhsc.edu