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Social Media in MedicalEducationSuzana Makowski, MD MMM FACP FAAHPMPalliative Care PhysicianUMass Memorial, UMass Medical ...
Overview•Background•The nuts and bolts•Bringing it all together
early 1900s   late 1900s   2000sChanges in Medical
early 1900s   late 1900s   2000sChanges in Medical
Medical EducationIN THIS BRAVE NEW WORLD
From Web 1.0 to Web                              Non-linear                                                 More than virt...
From Web 1.0 to Web                              Non-linear                                                 More than virt...
Components of Web 2.0Definitions
Twitter                  Blogging             Podcasting,VloggingDefinitions          Wikis                Deliciousetal   ...
• Build&a&network&               • Primary&author&can&reflect,&     • Cross=campus&collaboration&    • Shared&authorship&in...
Twitter
TwitterTweet: 140 characters or fewerRT retweet forwarded messageDM direct message private message@ reply public reply# ha...
Twitter at Penn State Medical Humanities  Trigger students with questions to reflect or   write about  Students sent tweets...
Twitter at Conferences  @UMDNJ_RWJMS  http://tweetchat.com/room/hpm  http://tweetchat.com/room/meded
The good, the bad, and the ugly oftwitter        The good                                The badA link to a great article ...
The good, the bad, and the ugly oftwitter            Professionalism in social media will be a            necessary compet...
UN-Professionalism among twittingphysicians 3%                              of 5156 tweets           Violated Patient Priv...
40%blabber
Ways to use twitter in the classroom   Class updates   Learning morsels   Take a poll   Share resources: articles, referen...
Create a listUse # - hashtagsTweetdeck and tweetchatDon’t open suspiciouslinks
TwitterTweet: 140 characters or fewer   Listen   Network   Refer   Contribute   Announce
Blogs[web logs • video logs • pod casts]
Blogs, vlogs, and podcastsReflectionArticle reviewsDiscussions that foster professionalism
M    ed      ica         lS            tu                 de                    nt’s                           Bl         ...
Blogs, Vlogs, & PodcastsTo share knowledge“To build community.To reflect on experiences.To contribute to a guidebook.”Tim H...
Wikis
Wikis From the words of Medpedia: Wisdom of the Many Collaborative Interdisciplinary Appropriate language Transparent Self...
WikiShared note-takingDevelopment of a class “text book”Updates can happen instantaneouslyChallenges:Loss of controlNeed t...
Videoconference
Internal Medicine Residency UMDNJ-RWJUsing google chat for role plays of difficult conversations.
Building your personaldigital libraryRSS • Social bookmarking • Social citation
RSS: The art of getting the articlesRSS = Really simple syndication
RSS: The art of getting the articlesRSS = Really simple syndication
Google Reader linked to Feedly
Social bookmarking                        Social citationSave and share links to webpages, blogs, Save and share links and...
Social bookmarking & social citation How to use:  Save links to websites, articles, podcasts, videos   – tag them to help ...
Bringing it alltogetherA simple and a complex approach
Simple:Focus on one thingStart with one medium.Test it out.Bring it to class.Work with a colleague orinformational technol...
Simple:Focus on one thingStart with one medium.Test it out.Bring it to class.Work with a colleague orinformational technol...
Complex:Build aPersonalizedLearning NetworkDiverse schedulesLearners with diverse needs Disciplines Experience GoalsDivers...
PLN’s are deliberately formed  networks of people and  resources capable of guiding  our independent learning goals.and ou...
Lois Green Learning Community(LGLC)Based on Ning Platform - but moving to “Canvas”Core curriculum • Referenced articles (d...
LGLC format
A blog postfrom LGLCHumanismReflection
LGLCGrown from 23 to 331 in 2 years23 physician-members seeking certification
CREATEPUBLISH                                    discuss                                    reflect          COLLECT       ...
SummarySocial media changes the dynamics of educationCan help build adult learning skills earlyHelps meet competencies - i...
Thank you“Social networks are these intricate things ofbeauty, and they’re so elaborate and so complexand so ubiquitous th...
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    1. 1. Social Media in MedicalEducationSuzana Makowski, MD MMM FACP FAAHPMPalliative Care PhysicianUMass Memorial, UMass Medical School
    2. 2. Overview•Background•The nuts and bolts•Bringing it all together
    3. 3. early 1900s late 1900s 2000sChanges in Medical
    4. 4. early 1900s late 1900s 2000sChanges in Medical
    5. 5. Medical EducationIN THIS BRAVE NEW WORLD
    6. 6. From Web 1.0 to Web Non-linear More than virtual 2.0 http://introductiontoweb20.blogspot.com/
    7. 7. From Web 1.0 to Web Non-linear More than virtual 2.0 http://introductiontoweb20.blogspot.com/
    8. 8. Components of Web 2.0Definitions
    9. 9. Twitter Blogging Podcasting,VloggingDefinitions Wikis Deliciousetal Ning,etal Googlehangout
    10. 10. • Build&a&network& • Primary&author&can&reflect,& • Cross=campus&collaboration& • Shared&authorship&in&• Send&alerts& create,&share&expertise& • “Author&in&the&room”& creation&of&document.&• Share&links,&articles& • Community&can&respond.& • Skype,(google(hangout( • Best&when&there&are&• Share&meeting&pearls& • Blogger,(wordpress( administrators/faculty&to& verify&content.& • Twitter,(tumblr,(posterous( • &Risk&for&vandalism.& VideoMicroblogs Blogs Conferencing Wiki• Really&simple&syndication& • Build&&&share&an&online& • Build&and&share&an&online& • A&means&to&build&the&spoke,&• The&“eMailMan”&for&your& library&of&links&to&webpages,& library&of&journal&articles,& or&framework&for&a&learning& journals,&news,&blogs,&etc.& blogs,&videos& webpages,&videos,&etc.& community&that&uses&many& • Google(reader,(feedly( • Diigo,(delicious( • Collaborate&with&others&in& of&these&tools.# publishing& • Canvas,(Ning,(SocialGo( • Connatea,(CiteULike,( Mendeley( Social PersonalizedRSS bookmarking Socialcita)on learningnetwork
    11. 11. Twitter
    12. 12. TwitterTweet: 140 characters or fewerRT retweet forwarded messageDM direct message private message@ reply public reply# hashtag a tag with which to label tweets with a particular theme
    13. 13. Twitter at Penn State Medical Humanities Trigger students with questions to reflect or write about Students sent tweets during home patient encounters George D, Dellasega C, Medical Teacher 2011; 33: e429–e434 DOI: 10.3109/0142159X.2011.586749
    14. 14. Twitter at Conferences @UMDNJ_RWJMS http://tweetchat.com/room/hpm http://tweetchat.com/room/meded
    15. 15. The good, the bad, and the ugly oftwitter The good The badA link to a great article find or blog Patient information – HIPAA issues post and a few words whyUpdates on policy, healthcare reform Self-promotion gone awryAnnouncement of event, highlights of Workplace gossip (remember, it’s a talk public)
    16. 16. The good, the bad, and the ugly oftwitter Professionalism in social media will be a necessary competency for this generation The good The badA link to a great article find or blog Patient information – HIPAA issues post and a few words whyUpdates on policy, healthcare reform Self-promotion gone awryAnnouncement of event, highlights of Workplace gossip (remember, it’s a talk public)
    17. 17. UN-Professionalism among twittingphysicians 3% of 5156 tweets Violated Patient Privacy Sexually explicit or ProfaneChretien KC et al. JAMA 2011;305: 566.
    18. 18. 40%blabber
    19. 19. Ways to use twitter in the classroom Class updates Learning morsels Take a poll Share resources: articles, references, links http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2009/06/08/50-ways-to-use-twitter-in-the-college-classroom/
    20. 20. Create a listUse # - hashtagsTweetdeck and tweetchatDon’t open suspiciouslinks
    21. 21. TwitterTweet: 140 characters or fewer Listen Network Refer Contribute Announce
    22. 22. Blogs[web logs • video logs • pod casts]
    23. 23. Blogs, vlogs, and podcastsReflectionArticle reviewsDiscussions that foster professionalism
    24. 24. M ed ica lS tu de nt’s Bl og :T om Pe te et
    25. 25. Blogs, Vlogs, & PodcastsTo share knowledge“To build community.To reflect on experiences.To contribute to a guidebook.”Tim Handorf, on why medical students shouldblog.http://medicalstudentblogs.blogspot.com/
    26. 26. Wikis
    27. 27. Wikis From the words of Medpedia: Wisdom of the Many Collaborative Interdisciplinary Appropriate language Transparent Self Service Free, Web-Based, Real Time
    28. 28. WikiShared note-takingDevelopment of a class “text book”Updates can happen instantaneouslyChallenges:Loss of controlNeed to monitor
    29. 29. Videoconference
    30. 30. Internal Medicine Residency UMDNJ-RWJUsing google chat for role plays of difficult conversations.
    31. 31. Building your personaldigital libraryRSS • Social bookmarking • Social citation
    32. 32. RSS: The art of getting the articlesRSS = Really simple syndication
    33. 33. RSS: The art of getting the articlesRSS = Really simple syndication
    34. 34. Google Reader linked to Feedly
    35. 35. Social bookmarking Social citationSave and share links to webpages, blogs, Save and share links and bibliographicphotographs. information of articles, blogs.Some can save the entire article. A substitute (perhaps) for Endnote and similar programs: facilitates writing papers. Save PDFs, etc. CiteULike, Connotea, Mendeley, ZoteroDelicious, Diigo, (google Chrome, only) Tags = the “keyword” used to save and search the articles with. Create or join groups of people who share similar research interests. Create folders
    36. 36. Social bookmarking & social citation How to use: Save links to websites, articles, podcasts, videos – tag them to help find them later. Create RSS feeds of the tags on your blog, personalized learning network, wiki, or other site Share and collect references and links with colleagues
    37. 37. Bringing it alltogetherA simple and a complex approach
    38. 38. Simple:Focus on one thingStart with one medium.Test it out.Bring it to class.Work with a colleague orinformational technologist.Set a goal.
    39. 39. Simple:Focus on one thingStart with one medium.Test it out.Bring it to class.Work with a colleague orinformational technologist.Set a goal.
    40. 40. Complex:Build aPersonalizedLearning NetworkDiverse schedulesLearners with diverse needs Disciplines Experience GoalsDiverse locations
    41. 41. PLN’s are deliberately formed networks of people and resources capable of guiding our independent learning goals.and our professional developmentneeds.
    42. 42. Lois Green Learning Community(LGLC)Based on Ning Platform - but moving to “Canvas”Core curriculum • Referenced articles (delicious, citeulike, diig)Discussion board • Case discussions • Journal club • Member topicsMember Blog – reflection & narrative medicineRSS feeds to/from other blogs, microblog (twitter, facebook)Twitter integration
    43. 43. LGLC format
    44. 44. A blog postfrom LGLCHumanismReflection
    45. 45. LGLCGrown from 23 to 331 in 2 years23 physician-members seeking certification
    46. 46. CREATEPUBLISH discuss reflect COLLECT COLLATE share respond
    47. 47. SummarySocial media changes the dynamics of educationCan help build adult learning skills earlyHelps meet competencies - if addressedTwitter - helps disseminate informationBlogs - venue for sharing and receiving information, may also bereflectiveWikis - means to collaborate on text and documentsRSS - helps bring information inSocial bookmarking/citation - builds the libraryPersonalized learning network - integrates all of these
    48. 48. Thank you“Social networks are these intricate things ofbeauty, and they’re so elaborate and so complexand so ubiquitous that one has to ask whatpurpose they serve.” Nicholas Christakis
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