Medical Education and Blogs by Dr. Jordana Haber

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  • walk through an EKG weekly with Drmattu in the convenece of your own living room. These are about 10-15 minutes each, and come out weekely,
  • Medical Education and Blogs by Dr. Jordana Haber

    1. 1. Blogging and Medical EducationJordana Haber, MD
    2. 2. Learning Beyond the ClassroomSocial Media Use in Medical EducationAdvantages:• Overcome space/timebarriers• Searchable content• Encourage interactivity
    3. 3. Social Media Use in Medical EducationCheston et al. 2013 Acad MedFindings:• Positive learner satisfaction• Learner engagement• Active/customized learning• Facilitates feedback• Collaboration• Connects learners to resources andactivitieshttp://thepmcoach.pmbookclub.com
    4. 4. Social Media, What’s the Impact?• Neill et al 2013: Web basedcommunication technologiesadd another dimension toconferences• Esyenbach 2011: Social Mediabuzz predicts citationshttp://www.myrkothum.com
    5. 5. MythLack of traditional peer-review leads to incorrectand poor qualityinformationhttp://topdogsocialmedia.comttp://johnsongrcc101.blogspot.com
    6. 6. Emergency Medicine Blogs andPodcasts• Academic Life in EmergencyMedicine• Life in the FastLane• EM Crit Blog• Dr Amal Mattu• Many more…
    7. 7. • 20-min podcast every 2 weeks• Mini-podcasts/blogposts more frequently• CME available“Attempting to Bring Upstairs Care, DownstairsOne Podcast at a Time” –SW
    8. 8. • Many blogs and podcasts available, andmore on the rise• Tailor to your interests• Explore• Share• ContributeSummary
    9. 9. References• Cheston CC et al. Social Media Use in Medical Education: ASystematic Review. Acad Med 2013 June; 88 (6).• Eysenbach, Gunther. Can Tweets Predicts Citations? Metricsof Social Impact Based on Twitter and Correlation withTraditional Metrics of Scientific Impact. J Med Internet Res2011; 13 (4): e123.• Neill A et al. The Impact of Social Media on a MajorInternational Emergency Medicine Conference. Emerg MedJ 2013; 0: 1 – 4.• http://academiclifeinem.blogspot.com• http://emcrit.org/• http://lifeinthefastlane.com/• http://ekgumem.tumblr.com/

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