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SM in Palliative Care


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Thanks so much for Carrie Saarinen and CTSinclair for teaching me so much in this arena.

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SM in Palliative Care

  1. 1. Web 2.0: Collaborative online learning<br />Suzana Makowski, MD MMM FACP<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />What is it?<br />Why?<br />How do we use it?<br />
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  4. 4. Why?<br />Revolution!!!<br />
  5. 5. Why?<br />Revolution!!!<br />
  6. 6. Why?<br />Revolution!!!<br />
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  9. 9. Twitter: #hpm #meded #hcsm<br />Tweet: 140 characters or less<br />RT: retweet (forwarding a message to your followers)<br />DM: direct message (private message between you and one of your followers)<br />@ reply: public reply to someone<br />#: hashtag (a tag with which to label tweets within a particular theme)<br />
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  11. 11. The good, the bad, and the ugly<br />The good<br />The bad<br />A link to a great article find or blog post and a few words why<br />Updates on policy (see Diane Meyer’s tweets)<br />Announcement of event, highlights of a talk<br />Patient information – HIPAA issues<br />Self-promotion gone array<br />Workplace gossip (remember, it’s public)<br />Same rules that apply in facebook, apply here – use common sense<br />
  12. 12. Breaking through the twitter “babble” & spam<br />Create a list<br />Use a #<br />Carefully select followers<br />Use useful twitter tools/sites<br />
  13. 13. Useful Twitter tips & sites<br /> and other shortening sites<br />Tweetchat (website), Tweet Library (iPad), Tweetdeck – for following # or chats<br />Iphone/ipad apps: twitter, Osfoora, and tohers<br />Wednesday night #hpmtweetchat<br />Who to follow: @ctsinclair, @ewidera, @lfettig, @DianeEMeyer, @hollyby, @suzanakm, @kevinmd, and many more…<br />
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  15. 15. Blog or wiki – what and why?<br />Web log – it differs from a wiki:<br />A wiki is for collaborating information that then is easily read. i.e. wikipedia The information can be edited by anyone with privileges<br />A blog is more like a newspaper – one author at a time, sharing information where people can then respond and comment<br />
  16. 16. Blogs<br />Palliative Care Blogs:<br />Pallimed, Geripal, AAHPM Blog<br />Ethics Blogs:<br />Medical Futility<br />Medical Humanities/Humanism in Medicine:<br />Schwartz Center Blog, <br />Spirituality:<br />On Being, <br />General Medicine:<br />KevinMD<br />
  17. 17. Wikis<br />One is just starting – Christian Sinclair is building one, inviting others to join.<br />Nothing like what <br />
  18. 18. Wikis<br />
  19. 19. Blog/wiki disclaimer statements<br />All opinions expressed…are those of respective authors and not of their employers<br />Not substitute for medical advice<br />No profit from any material on this website<br />References to patients have been changed to protect patient privacy<br />Disrespectful comments deleted<br />(From Slideshare presentation – AAMC meeting)<br />
  20. 20. Consider…<br />Starting a Stanford Palliative Care Blog OR Wiki<br />What would the strengths/weaknesses of either be?<br />Blog: we need more, great place to “publish”<br />Wiki: Palliative Care has no robust wikis – could be defined by your program. Negative – harder to claim authorship.<br />What would better suite your program or the field?<br />
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  22. 22. Bookmarking sites<br />A great way to create an online library of resources that can be shared with peers.<br />Social Bookmarking: Delicious, Digg, Diigo,…<br />Social Citation: Citeulike, Mendeley, Zotero<br />How to use:<br /><ul><li>Save links to websites, articles, podcasts, videos – tag them to help find them later.
  23. 23. Create RSS feeds of the tags on your blog, personalized learning network, wiki, or other site
  24. 24. Share and collect references and links with colleagues</li></li></ul><li>
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  28. 28. Social Networking Sites for PLNs<br />
  29. 29. Why Personal Learning Network?<br />Diverse schedules<br />Learners with diverse needs:<br />Disciplines<br />Experience<br />Goals<br />Diverse locations<br />
  30. 30. Virtual vs. Personal Learning Network<br />VLN<br />Static<br />Didactic<br />Authority-based<br />PLN<br />Dynamic<br />Dialogue<br />Constructed<br />
  31. 31. “ <br /> ”<br />PLN’s are deliberately formed networks of people and resources capable of guiding our independent learning goals and our professional development needs.<br />Corrine Weisberger (via slideshare)<br />
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  33. 33. LGLC – based on ning platform<br />Core curriculum<br />Referenced articles (delicious, citeulike, diig)<br />Discussion board:<br />Case discussions<br />Journal club<br />Member topics<br />Member Blog – reflection & narrative medicine<br />RSS feeds to other blogs, microblogs<br />
  34. 34. Format<br />
  35. 35. Mindfulness & Social Media<br />Doesn’t all this pull us away from the present? From each other?<br />It may… or it might not.<br />“The LGLC has changed the way I practice medicine more than any other thing I have done since med school. I have become a better doctor.” <br />– Radiation Oncologist 20 years into practice<br />
  36. 36. New frontiers<br />
  37. 37. Summary<br />Join twitter… <br />Engage in facebook page(s)<br />Share bookmarking or citations<br />Contribute to a blog or wiki<br />Perhaps create or join a ning<br />Questions?<br />
  38. 38. Thank you<br />@suzanakm<br />