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Social Media and the Revolution of Medical Education

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The revolution will not be televised. It will be tweeted.

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Social Media and the Revolution of Medical Education

  1. 1. THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED
  2. 2. Poll everywhere question here (multiple choice): How are you interacting with social media? A. I’m not on social media for personal reasons B. I think social media is a detriment to society C. I only have personal accounts that I keep private D. I use social media to learn, connect, or share medical education content with my peers
  3. 3. Disclosure: Millennial
  4. 4. If you want to know how we practice(d) medicine… 5 years ago, read a textbook. 2 years ago, read a journal. Now, go to a (good) conference. In the future, listen in the hallways and use FOAM. -Joe Lex, MD
  5. 5. CONTENT CONVERSATION
  6. 6. Knowledge Experience Negotiated meaning Social Interaction ACTION LANGUAGE PERSPECTIVE Knowledge Experience Negotiated meaning
  7. 7. Access & Voice Flattening Hierarchies
  8. 8. No - I practice EBM! #SoMe Connects Us
  9. 9. Poll everywhere question here (multiple checkboxes): A. Social media has no place in medical education B. Social media has its place in MedEd if used responsibly C. As an educator, I will help my learners develop critical appraisal skills for the digital content they consume D. As an educator, I will encourage my learners to stop consuming digital content

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