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presentation given for th MSc in Leadership & Management Development, at the Institute of Leadership, RCSI

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Social media in Health care settings Social media in Health care settings Presentation Transcript

  • Social Media: Friend or Foe to Healthcare?Muireann OKeeffe, Institute of Leadership , RCSI
  • Today’s workshopAim: is to explore what social media is and its potential usein health care settings• Introductions• My online identity…………………..Your online identity?• Social media in the headlines• What is Web 2.0/ social media?• Benefits and Challenges• Dealing with Information overloadGroup activity: Design a strategy involving social media that couldaddress a problem existing in your professional practice
  • My online identityMuireann O’Keeffe
  • Twitter - Why I use it• Ranked as Top tool for learning (http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/)• Tool to support my professional development• I share and collect information relating to my discipline via twitter• Conferences: continues dialogue, commentary andnetworking, backchannel• Support mechanism for my studies & research
  • Twitter on Grey’s Anatomy
  • What is Social Media?• What is your definition of social media?• Any website that allows social interaction between people• Communities of people who share interests and/or activities, orwho are interested in exploring the interests and activities of others• Bottom up approach to collaboration rather that top down• The use of web-based and mobile technologies to turncommunication into interactive dialogue• Web 2.0 refers to interactions on social media to encourageparticipation, collaboration and knowledge creation
  • History of Social Media
  • Evolution of Participatory Internet
  • In the Headlines……………………….
  • Flash MobsThe power of Social Media to organise collectiveaction
  • Healthcare practitioners usingSocial Media?How are healthcare practitionersusing Social Media?
  • How is social media used inHealthcare settings?• Healthcare recruitment – LinkedIn• Communicating with employees• Health campaigns – Twitter & Facebook• Apps/ Games: mobiles/ tabletsData From http://www.slideshare.net/KarenOBrien/healthcare-and-social-media
  • Social Media in HealthcareWhat are the Opportunities for patients?• Public Health alerts• Monitoring flu outbreaks• E-doctoring (Anne Cunningham)• Social & psychological support• Academic research
  • Social Media in HealthcareEnables …………• Engagement• Participation• Collaboration• Empowered patients
  • E-patients – empowered patientsPatient E-patientPassive role Active engaged roleInformation is given to them They seek out information (internet)Top down delivery of healthcare Partner in their healthcarePaternalistic medicine Participatory medicineWhat is an e-patient?From http://www.slideshare.net/KarenOBrien/healthcare-and-social-media
  • Social Media in HealthcareWhat Challenges face patients using social media?• Reliability of information• Dr. Google• Information overload• Other patients dispensing advice• Confidentiality/ safety
  • Information Overload of Socialmedia
  • Managing Information Overload• Filtering of information• Involvement in medical socialnetworks in fields of interest• Crowd sourcing clinical questionsin correct fields/communities• Knowing the communities• Trust is fundamental, establishedrelationships• Need to learn about digital literacy
  • Dealing with Information overload……….
  • Research into Social Media in Health
  • Health 2.0: how interactive Web sitesare changing the healthcare industry
  • Realizing the promise of Web 2.0:engaging community intelligence
  • Summary• Social Media is here to stay• Many social media tools, ever increasing• Potential to create a rich engaging environment• Patients become active participants and rather passive consumers• Patients want to be empowered to build their needs into anytechnology on offerTo think about.....• Best practice/policies• Digital literacy• Online Data reliability• Online identity
  • References & acknowledgmentsThank you fellow Tweeters for helping shape this presentation Healthcare and Social Media:http://www.slideshare.net/KarenOBrien/healthcare-and-social-mediaBoulos, M., Wheeler, S., (2007)The emerging Web 2.0 social software: anenabling suite of sociable technologies in health and health careEducation. Health Information and Libraries Journal, 24, pp.2–23Blog: Anne Marie Cunningham: Wishful thinking in medical educationhttp://wishfulthinkinginmedicaleducation.blogspot.ie/Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (C4LPT)http://c4lpt.co.uk/jane-hart/