Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                 Social Media and Evidence         ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                 Social Media and Evidence         ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice  Objective…in 140                                 ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve Global Policy and Practice        Social Media                              ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practicewww.solveitmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Soc...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice              Categories of Social Media?          ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice  Who has mobile smart  devices and how do  they us...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice  Who has mobile smart  devices and how do  they us...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice            What is the world-wide traffic in      ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice      Opportunity      for      healthcare?        ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve Global Policy and Practicehttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thum...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice  Microblogging—                                   ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice     Can we tame it?                               ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                    Lisa’s Picks-Aggregators       ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                    Lisa’s Picks-Social bookmarking...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                                    Opportunity?   ...
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Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice      Lisa’s Picks-Wiki’s for Collaborative        ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice            Computerized Reminders on              ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice            Patient Interactive Systems            ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice                 Barriers to EBP and ICTs          ...
Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice     Or just is it just best for     entertainment?...
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    1. 1. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Social Media and Evidence Based Policy and PracticeCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    2. 2. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Social Media and Evidence Based Policy and Practice Lisa Hopp PhD RN FAAN Director, Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice ljhopp@purduecal.edu @ljhoppCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    3. 3. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Objective…in 140  Identify social characters or less media tools that may be helpful for evidence based policy or practice  List some tools that might workCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    4. 4. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve Global Policy and Practice Social Media  Employ mobile and web- What is it? based technologies to create highly interactive platforms via which individuals and communities share, co- create, discuss, and modify user-generated content Image source:www.tricycle.com/files/images/issues/v20n3/052social media_1.jpg Kietzmann JH, Hermkens K, McCarthy IP, Copyright © 2012 Indiana & Silvestre BS (2011). Bus Horizons, 54, 241-251 Center for Evidence Based Practice
    5. 5. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice In other words…source: www.reachbrands.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Co-Creation-02.gif source: http://wajidali.files.wordpress. com/2009/11/hero-overview- share.jpg Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    6. 6. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practicewww.solveitmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/SocialMediaLandscape.jpgCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    7. 7. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Categories of Social Media? Blogs/Microbl Personal ogs Wikipedia/Yo Collab- uTube orative Online Facebook/Link Comm edIn/Video -unity Second Social Life WorldsCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    8. 8. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Who has mobile smart devices and how do they use them and who can afford them? Strategy Analytics, Oct 2012Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    9. 9. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Who has mobile smart devices and how do they use them and http://appngonews.thebutterflyfx.com/bl_portfolio/381/ who can afford them? October 2012: • Now over 1 billion smart devices worldwide • 1/7 people owns one Image source: worldwide (Strategy Analytics, Oct 2012)Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    10. 10. Copyright© Policy and Practice2012Indiana Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalCenterforEvidenceBased http://1x57.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/global-mobile-trends-mighty- culture-label-appstores-worldwide-users-billion-smartphone-sales-china-Practice india-phone.jpg
    11. 11. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Do enough people use social media as an option for KT and EBHC? http://pewinternet.org/Commentary/2012/March/Pew- Internet-Social-Networking-full-detail.aspxCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    12. 12. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Canadian Nurses College of Nurses of Ontario. (2012). The Standard, www.cno.org/Global/pubsmTSMVol37No2 pdf . 37(2), 14-15. Retrieved fromCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    13. 13. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice What is the world-wide traffic in social media—unique visitors? Comscore In Adweek, 2012, Oct 29-Nov4 V 53 (38) Pinterest 25M Twitter 37M Facebook 150M Bing 167M Google (main search) 187M For the month of September 2012Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    14. 14. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice content/uploads/2011/09/FranceInfographic_600pxw.jpg http://www.comscoredatamine.com/wp-Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    15. 15. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Hard- ware Does it work? Usage Little evidence….yetCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    16. 16. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Opportunity for healthcare? Image source: http://www.keler-amse.nl/wp- content/uploads/socialmedia.jpgCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    17. 17. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice http://www.comscoredatamine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Mobile-Health- Access_November-2011-Data.jpg16.9 million mobile users in the U.S. accessed health information on theirdevice during the three-month average period ending November 2011,growing 125 percent from the previous year. Of those that accessedhealth information, nearly 3 in 5 were under the age of 35Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    18. 18. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve Global Policy and Practicehttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/24/Network_Tree_diag Value in Network Grows with New Members  Metcalfe’s law: [expressed as n(n-ram.png/220px-Network_Tree_diagram.png 1)/2]  N=4, value=6  N=7, value=21Image source: Frazer, R (2012). OJIN, 17(3). DOI: 10.3912/OJIN.Vol17No03ManOS Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    19. 19. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Microblogging—  Convenience - cellphones opportunities for are routinely on hand and switched on healthcare?  Ubiquity - most people have a mobile device with text capability  Immediacy - recipients are more likely to read a message and take action right away  Communication - two-way Weaver, B., Lindsay, B., Gitelman, B., (September 30, 2012) OJIN Vol. communication capability 17, No. 3, Manuscript 3. provides opportunities for DOI: 10.3912/OJIN.Vol17No03Man03 direct engagementCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    20. 20. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Microblogging—  Monitoring - can be used opportunities? not just for communication, but also to monitor/report symptoms  Measurability - results can be tabulated and measured  Dissemination - can be used for emergency alerts  Multimedia - texts can include links to audio, Weaver, B., Lindsay, B., Gitelman, B., (September 30, 2012) OJIN Vol. video or other websites 17, No. 3, Manuscript 3. DOI: 10.3912/OJIN.Vol17No03Man03Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    21. 21. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve Global Policy and Practice Dutch mixed methods evaluation study; infertilityBreejen et al. (2012)J of Medical Internet Research N=298 Interface must be clean, simplewww.jmir.org/2012/5/e138/ and 84% would straightforward participate again, Young, mostly despite female and already accessibility and use the Internet attractiveness Copyright © 2012 Indiana barriers for Center Evidence Based Practice
    22. 22. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Too much information?  “data asphyxiation” (William van Winkle)magazine/2011/07/02/wb/20110702_wbd000.jpg  “data smog” (David Shenk)http://media.economist.com/images/images-  “information fatigue syndrome” (David Lewis)  “cognitive overload” (Eric Schmidt)  “time famine” (Leslie Perlow) Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center Schumpeter for Evidence Based Practice (2011) www.economist.com/node/18895468
    23. 23. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Can we tame it? http://www.socialblabla.com/wp- content/uploads/2011/07/social-media-manager.jpgCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    24. 24. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Lisa’s Picks-Aggregators  NetVibes—aggregate information from:  RSS feeds  Other aggregators like delicious  Standing online searches  TOC alerts  Share!Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    25. 25. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Lisa’s Picks-Aggregators of anything, including evidence  EVERNOTE—Web Clipping  Capture anything  Access anywhere  Integrates with other tools for sharing  Multi-device, browser add- on  ShareCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    26. 26. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Lisa’s Picks-Social bookmarking to support EBHC  Delicious—social bookmarking  Browser free  Easy tagging  Organize  Push to aggregator  Share!Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    27. 27. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Opportunity?  AHRQ—offering several social media options  AHRQ—for patients, engaging them in evidence-based decision makingCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    28. 28. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Opportunity? Patient empowerment—E-- Equipped patient Dave Engaged EmpoweredCopyright © Enabled 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    29. 29. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Lisa’s Picks-Wiki’s for Collaborative Writing  Wiki for medicine  Any registered medical professional  http://www.ganfyd. org/Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    30. 30. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Computerized Reminders on Medication Management 26 RCTs and 29 comparisons Benner and Glasziou (2003), Patient-directed 2/4 positive effect Medical Journal of Australia. Reminders to Feedback only 5/7 providers 6/12 positive improved provider with RR 1.0 to 42 behavior with RR 1- 178(5):217-22. 2.5 Combined reminders and feedback, one comparison, no effectCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    31. 31. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Patient Interactive Systems on Patient Outcomes (Interactive computer-mediated applications and chronic Murray E, Burns J, See Tai S, Lai R, Nazareth I. Interactive Health Communication Applications for people with chronic disease. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2005, disease) 24 RCTs of 3739 participants Positive impact on knowledge 10.1002/14651858.CD004274.pub4. (SMD=.46, 95% CI .22-.69) Issue 4. Art. No.: CD004274. DOI: Positive impact on social support (SMD=.35, 95% CI .18-.52) Positive impact on clinical outcomes (SMD=18, 95% CI 01-.35)Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    32. 32. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Barriers to EBP and ICTs Hutchinson & Johnston (2006) JONA 16, 189 Access Attitudes toward Computing research skills Complexity Pravikoff, Pierce, Tanner Time Human factors Lack of authority (2005) AJN Critical Appraisal Reliance on peers as skills information sourcesCopyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice
    33. 33. Channeling the Rivers of Knowledge to Improve GlobalPolicy and Practice Or just is it just best for entertainment?Copyright © 2012 Indiana Center for Evidence Based Practice

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