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  • Social Network + EHR
  • Social Network + EHR
  • Social Network + EHR
  • Crowdsourcing is a distributed problem-solving and production process that involves outsourcing tasks to a network of people, also known as the crowd.Δεδομένα και πληροφορίες
  • Our efforts extend from the center, which is us, and are meant for a global audience thirsty for healthcare knowledge, to learn from our experience, and to have a better understanding of their healthcare related issue.  **Pinterest, Twitter,reddit
  • Our efforts extend from the center, which is us, and are meant for a global audience thirsty for healthcare knowledge, to learn from our experience, and to have a better understanding of their healthcare related issue.  
  • Κρατήσετε up to date το προφίλ σας και το βιογραφικό σας
  • Κρατήσετε up to date το προφίλ σας και το βιογραφικό σας
  • Κρατήσετε up to date το προφίλ σας και το βιογραφικό σας
  • Κρατήσετε up to date το προφίλ σας και το βιογραφικό σας
  • Σας ενδιαφέρει ο διαβήτης; Ωραία! Θυμηθείτε ότι αν ξεκινήσετε να tweetαρετε για τον διαβήτη ή για την ιατρική γενικά, κανείς από αυτούς που θα σας ακολουθήσουν δε θα ενδιαφερθούν για το τι φάγατε για πρωινό ή αν μπλοκαριστήκατε στην κίνηση.
  • Communities> άτομα που ακολουθούν και αλληλεπιδρούν σε ένα hashtag
  • Communities> άτομα που ακολουθούν και αλληλεπιδρούν σε ένα hashtagCHC Communities Health Centres
  • Tweetchatjimcleary
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    • 1. HARRIS LYGIDAKIS @lygidakis lygidakis@gmail.com
    • 2. Professional vs. Personal UseA common doubt; fear regarding the interaction with patients.New guidelines on their implementation.But even in countries without guidelines, use common sense!All information should be ethically and scientifically acceptable.Low or none commercial bias.Keep the patient’s confidentiality always in mind.
    • 3. Doctors on SoMehttp://www.facebook.com
    • 4. Doctors on SoMehttp://www.pinterest.com
    • 5. Rating Siteshttp://www.avvo.com
    • 6. Social Network & EHRhttp://www.howareyou.com
    • 7. Mayo’s Own Social Networkhttp://connect.mayoclinic.org
    • 8. A. NetworkingResearchers have the opportunity to connect with abroader global audience.Seek and contact experts from all over the world.
    • 9. B. CrowdsourcingDistributed problem-solving and production process thatinvolves outsourcing tasks to a network of people (thecrowd).Let’s say you have a question on a research. If you haveinvested in creating a good and trustworthy network onSoMe, you can rely on it to find the solution to your problem.
    • 10. C. Other ApplicationsRecruitment of sample.Look for research & funding opportunities.Be updated (articles, new ideas, trends).The community and the network you have built can filter thenews for you each day!
    • 11. C. Other ApplicationsCentrifugal, not centripetal!I participate in the filtering of the news actively , I commentand give feedback.Distribution of results.The quickest way to receive feedback from publishers,academics and researchers.
    • 12. Linkedinhttp://www.linkedin.com
    • 13. Linkedin Forumshttp://www.linkedin.com
    • 14. ResearchGatehttp://www.researchgate.net
    • 15. Academia.eduhttp://www.academia.edu
    • 16. TwitterA micro-blogging service that enables users to send smallpublic messages (tweets).Tweets are limited to 140 characters and they can includephotos, videos and links.To start using Twitter, you need only 10 minutes!
    • 17. How is it possible that such a short medium canhave an impact on research and academic circles? What can be said in 140 characters that may interest the academia and the researchers?
    • 18. Thousands of academics and researchers of any level and experience use Twitter each day!
    • 19. Find your AudienceFollow users: in your personal feed you will see the tweetsfrom the users you follow.This way you create a personalized feed that matches yourprofessional, research and clinical interests.Users can be organized by interests into lists.Follow lists: see what the users of a list are saying.
    • 20. Good PracticesContent is the king!Engagement!Be precise, concise and persistent.Choose one topic and follow that path.Keep a good relation with your own network of people.
    • 21. And how can I interact?Remember, it’s centrifugal!Retweet: if you find an interesting tweet, share it with theusers that follow you.Add the acronym RT + the username at the beginning of thetweet. If you modify the original tweet, just write MT(modified tweet) instead.
    • 22. And how can I interact?Reply: add @ + the username to respond to a user.Others may mention you in the same way.Use direct messages if you prefer to talk with someoneprivately.
    • 23. HashtagsLisa Fields: “I think of a hashtag like a cowboy using a rope toround up only the ones he wants to find.”They help categorize the tweets. If you search for ahashtag (for instance, #diabetes, #obesity, #primarycare),the result is a list of all the tweets that include this hashtag,even those from users you don’t follow.
    • 24. HashtagsIt’s like following a thematic channel with tweets!Remember: the community is filtering the news! If youfollow a hashtag, for instance #meded or #primarycare, youwill find the most important related updates everyday.Don’t panic for the amount of information; you won’t missthings! The most important information is usually tweetedseveral times!
    • 25. Hashtags on Twitter
    • 26. Does that look complicated or cluttered to you?
    • 27. Hashtags on Flipboardhttp://www.flipboard.com
    • 28. Healthcare Hashatagshttp://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/
    • 29. Disease Hashtagshttp://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/
    • 30. Hashtags: InteractionConferences, events: tweet with predefined hashtags tocomment and engage with the participants, presentersand organizers.CommunitiesTweetchatsJournal clubs
    • 31. Hashtags: Communities #phdchat #traumaresearch #BCSM #rheum #eldercarechat #hcsm #hcsmanz #hcsmeu #ruralmh #Mdchat #CHC
    • 32. PHTwitJChttp://phtwitjc.wordpress.com
    • 33. Healthcare Tweet Chat Calendarhttp://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/tweet-chats/
    • 34. Healthcare Tweet Chat Calendarhttp://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/tweet-chats/
    • 35. Tweetchathttp://www.tweetchat.com
    • 36. demo
    • 37. Twitter for a Research ProjectTweet about your every step. Give updates.Use it for micro-blogging; link to your blog and your work.See the history of your research: StorifyBe open. Ask for feedback and comments!Using hashtags will give you more visibility.
    • 38. Twitter for a Research ProjectCrowdsourcing will get you help and advice.Tweet about other research teams, retweet their owncontent.Analytics may help you evaluate the response and impactof your current work and have a better sense of itsprogress.
    • 39. Impact Factor: A New Generation Twimpact factor (TWIF): Number of mentionings in tweets (tweetations) within first 7 days after article publication. Twindex7: Rank percentile of this article when its twimpact factor is compared to 19 previously published articles. Eysenbach G: “Highly tweeted articles were 11 times more likely to be highly cited.”
    • 40. http://www.jmir.org
    • 41. References1. Crowdsourcing. Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowdsource Accessed 2 March 2012.2. Mollett A, Moran D, Dunleavy P. Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities. A guide for academics and researchers. 2011: LSE Public Policy Group. www2.lse.ac.uk/government/research/resgroups/LSEPublicPolicy/3. Eysenbach G. Can tweets predict citations? Metrics of social impact based on Twitter and correlation with traditional metrics of scientific impact. J Med Internet Res. 2011 Dec 19;13(4):e123.4. #hcsmanz transcript of 26 February 2012: Using Social Media in research. http://t.co/Eeb8aull Accessed 26 February 2012.5. Fields L. (PracticalWisdom) “T1: I think of a hashtag like a cowbody using a rope to round up only the ones he wants to find. Used that in my last class. #hcsmanz”. 26 February 2012. Tweet.6. Luks HJ. Healthcare and Social Media: Centrifugal versus centripetal drivers. http://www.howardluksmd.com/orthopedic-social-media/healthcare-and-social-media-goals/ Accessed 8 March 2012.7. Carrigan M. Some thoughts on getting academic types to use Twitter. http://markcarrigan.net/2012/02/01/some-thoughts-on-getting-academic-types-to-use-twitter/ Accessed 20 February 2012.8. Meskó B. For what do I use Twitter with 10,000 followers? http://scienceroll.com/2012/02/27/for- what-do-i-use-twitter-with-10000-follower/ Accessed 28 February 2012.