Social Media in Practice

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New ways for urologists to employ new and social media in their practices.

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  • Also take a look at http://www.meducation.net - a brilliant social resource for medical education, containing loads of notes, videos, powerpoints, exam questions etc.
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  • Not bad, but that Top 10 list is pretty lame -and having Steve Case in there 1 year post Revolution’s implosion is just silly. (I know it’s not yours originally but you could edit, right?)
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  • Well done Brad! I just attended a conference at Rice University on Health 2.0 and consumer-driven health care. Based on my takeaways... I was doing some follow-up research and came upon your insightful deck which very nicely elaborates on many of the topics discussed, that caught my curiosity at the conference.
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  • Good Morning.

    My name is Brad Tollefson, I’m a new media specialist, my company is VLST Media, and I’ve been working with NWUS and WSUS members and their institutions, over the last few years, as they’ve begun exploring new media options. I’m the webmaster for NWUS’s professional social network, and have produced video libraries and online digital magazines for WSUS.

    Today, I’m excited to present a quick survey of some of the cool lowcost webtools that have recently come available for urologists.

    My goal, as always, is to point out that the combination and coordination of these new media tools, provide physicians with an opportunity which is GENUINELY NEW in the history of health information. That opportunity is the fact that it is now within the budget and technological skills of virtually any doctor to become not only a discerning consumer of online health information but also a creator of healthcare information.

    SO REFRESH THOSE CUPS OF COFFEE AND LETS GET STARTED
  • Good Morning.

    My name is Brad Tollefson, I’m a new media specialist, my company is VLST Media, and I’ve been working with NWUS and WSUS members and their institutions, over the last few years, as they’ve begun exploring new media options. I’m the webmaster for NWUS’s professional social network, and have produced video libraries and online digital magazines for WSUS.

    Today, I’m excited to present a quick survey of some of the cool lowcost webtools that have recently come available for urologists.

    My goal, as always, is to point out that the combination and coordination of these new media tools, provide physicians with an opportunity which is GENUINELY NEW in the history of health information. That opportunity is the fact that it is now within the budget and technological skills of virtually any doctor to become not only a discerning consumer of online health information but also a creator of healthcare information.

    SO REFRESH THOSE CUPS OF COFFEE AND LETS GET STARTED
  • Good Morning.

    My name is Brad Tollefson, I’m a new media specialist, my company is VLST Media, and I’ve been working with NWUS and WSUS members and their institutions, over the last few years, as they’ve begun exploring new media options. I’m the webmaster for NWUS’s professional social network, and have produced video libraries and online digital magazines for WSUS.

    Today, I’m excited to present a quick survey of some of the cool lowcost webtools that have recently come available for urologists.

    My goal, as always, is to point out that the combination and coordination of these new media tools, provide physicians with an opportunity which is GENUINELY NEW in the history of health information. That opportunity is the fact that it is now within the budget and technological skills of virtually any doctor to become not only a discerning consumer of online health information but also a creator of healthcare information.

    SO REFRESH THOSE CUPS OF COFFEE AND LETS GET STARTED
  • So, it’s been a good year, yes?

    Q: So, who here wishes their efforts would have been recognized on this list, this past year? This is Fast Company’ s list of the top 10 most creative people in Health Care. How many have you heard of? And why do we even care?
  • Melinda Gates
    cochair and trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Melinda Gates
    cochair and trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Melinda Gates
    cochair and trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Anthony Atala
    director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  • Anthony Atala
    director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  • Anthony Atala
    director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  • Jay Parkinson
    Brooklyn Pediatrician and founder, Hello Health
  • Jay Parkinson
    Brooklyn Pediatrician and founder, Hello Health
  • Jay Parkinson
    Brooklyn Pediatrician and founder, Hello Health
  • James Heywood
    cofounder and chairman, PatientsLikeMe
  • James Heywood
    cofounder and chairman, PatientsLikeMe
  • James Heywood
    cofounder and chairman, PatientsLikeMe
  • Thomas Frieden
    director, Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  • Thomas Frieden
    director, Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  • Thomas Frieden
    director, Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  • Peter Neupert
    vice president of Health Solutions Group, Microsoft
  • Peter Neupert
    vice president of Health Solutions Group, Microsoft
  • Peter Neupert
    vice president of Health Solutions Group, Microsoft
  • Steve Case
    founder and CEO, Revolution Health Group
  • Steve Case
    founder and CEO, Revolution Health Group
  • Steve Case
    founder and CEO, Revolution Health Group
  • Cofounder of AOL, now turns his attention to healthcare...
  • Cofounder of AOL, now turns his attention to healthcare...
  • Hans Rosling
    professor of global health, Karolinska Institute in Sweden
  • Hans Rosling
    professor of global health, Karolinska Institute in Sweden
  • Hans Rosling
    professor of global health, Karolinska Institute in Sweden
  • Douglas Melton
    codirector, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
  • Douglas Melton
    codirector, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
  • Douglas Melton
    codirector, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
  • Anne Wojcicki
    cofounder, 23andMe
  • Anne Wojcicki
    cofounder, 23andMe
  • Anne Wojcicki
    cofounder, 23andMe
  • She and her partner, Linda Avey, are now compiling customers' privacy-protected data into a research-ready database.
  • She and her partner, Linda Avey, are now compiling customers' privacy-protected data into a research-ready database.
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • The current line-up, from the entry-level 848 to the 1098 R Bayliss LE
  • Thank You.
  • Thank You.
  • Social Media in Practice

    1. 1. Social Media In Practice
    2. 2. Social Media In Practice Brad Tollefson New Media Specialist Seattle, WA vlstmedia.com
    3. 3. TOP 10 MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN HEALTH CARE http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/kate-rockwood/bizzy-body/top-10-most-creative-people-healthcare
    4. 4. TOP 10 MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN HEALTH CARE http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/kate-rockwood/bizzy-body/top-10-most-creative-people-healthcare
    5. 5. MELINDA GATES COCHAIR AND TRUSTEE, BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
    6. 6. MELINDA GATES COCHAIR AND TRUSTEE, BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
    7. 7. MELINDA GATES COCHAIR AND TRUSTEE, BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION Nimbly throwing the foundation's bucks behind both big-picture, tech-oriented, long-term solutions and modest, immediate action plans...
    8. 8. ANTHONY ATALA DIRECTOR, WAKE FOREST INSTITUTE FOR REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
    9. 9. ANTHONY ATALA DIRECTOR, WAKE FOREST INSTITUTE FOR REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
    10. 10. ANTHONY ATALA DIRECTOR, WAKE FOREST INSTITUTE FOR REGENERATIVE MEDICINE first doctor to bioengineer a human bladder and successfully implant it in a human, Anthony Atala and his staff are now busy growing 22 different tissues--from heart valves to fingers-
    11. 11. JAY PARKINSON FOUNDER, HELLO HEALTH
    12. 12. JAY PARKINSON FOUNDER, HELLO HEALTH
    13. 13. JAY PARKINSON FOUNDER, HELLO HEALTH Mixing non-conventional payment structure (monthly subscription fee, PayPal but no insurance) and eyebrow-raising communications (e-mail, instant messaging, even house visits)...
    14. 14. JAMES HEYWOOD COFOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN, PATIENTSLIKEME
    15. 15. JAMES HEYWOOD COFOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN, PATIENTSLIKEME
    16. 16. JAMES HEYWOOD COFOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN, PATIENTSLIKEME People with like diseases input clinically validated data, helping them empathize and learn from others' experiences, while physicians and researchers can tap into the rich info to further treatments...
    17. 17. THOMAS FRIEDEN DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION
    18. 18. THOMAS FRIEDEN DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION
    19. 19. THOMAS FRIEDEN DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION Picked by Obama to head the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, Frieden earned his stripes first by fighting tuberculosis in India...
    20. 20. PETER NEUPERT VICE PRESIDENT OF HEALTH SOLUTIONS GROUP, MICROSOFT
    21. 21. PETER NEUPERT VICE PRESIDENT OF HEALTH SOLUTIONS GROUP, MICROSOFT
    22. 22. PETER NEUPERT VICE PRESIDENT OF HEALTH SOLUTIONS GROUP, MICROSOFT A multi-trillion-dollar industry still limping along on handwritten notes? Not for much longer, if Neupert and his HealthVault team, part of Microsoft's electronic health record initiative, have anything to say about it...
    23. 23. STEVE CASE FOUNDER AND CEO, REVOLUTION HEALTH GROUP
    24. 24. STEVE CASE FOUNDER AND CEO, REVOLUTION HEALTH GROUP
    25. 25. STEVE CASE FOUNDER AND CEO, REVOLUTION HEALTH GROUP Now everyday users of the extensive online portal can create profiles, answer each other's queries, rate their doctors, and deploy an army of widgets--all aimed at democratizing health information....
    26. 26. HANS ROSLING PROFESSOR OF GLOBAL HEALTH, KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE IN SWEDEN
    27. 27. HANS ROSLING PROFESSOR OF GLOBAL HEALTH, KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE IN SWEDEN
    28. 28. HANS ROSLING PROFESSOR OF GLOBAL HEALTH, KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE IN SWEDEN Hans Rosling's trend-revealing software--which first garnered major attention when it helped identify a new paralytic disease in Africa--is dramatically reshaping views of global health and poverty trends....
    29. 29. DOUGLAS MELTON CODIRECTOR, HARVARD STEM CELL INSTITUTE
    30. 30. DOUGLAS MELTON CODIRECTOR, HARVARD STEM CELL INSTITUTE
    31. 31. DOUGLAS MELTON CODIRECTOR, HARVARD STEM CELL INSTITUTE ...it's his creative solution to use adult skin cells--thereby sidestepping the embryonic stem cell debate entirely--that will smartly keep Melton and his work clipping along, sans controversy...
    32. 32. ANNE WOJCICKI COFOUNDER, 23ANDME
    33. 33. ANNE WOJCICKI COFOUNDER, 23ANDME
    34. 34. ANNE WOJCICKI COFOUNDER, 23ANDME Others may have figured out how to crack the DNA code, but it's Anne Wojcicki who's lured the masses (and Silicon Valley celebs) to offer up their saliva for private genetic testing during swank "spit parties."
    35. 35. HOW ARE UROLOGISTS USING THE INTERNET? BLOGGING
    36. 36. HOW ARE UROLOGISTS USING THE INTERNET? BLOGGING
    37. 37. Favorite Posts- sharing while keeping track of good ideas • Solo vs Group: The Pros and Cons • Out on your ass? Start de-novo. • Going Solo? Take comfort in the truth. • The Best Advice I Received • Bayes Theorem • EMR vs House: Words of wisdom from a practice managment guru • Time vs Money • Professional Tennis Player vs Urologist: Which is Better? • It's a tough life • Who's your role model? • Information Flow
    38. 38. • Are meetings worthwhile? • Wow, you can bill Medicare for waiting room magazines • GET WITH THE PROGRAM! • Craziness or Opportunity • Fighting Murphy: what are your checks and balances? • PQRI in 10 Steps • What is your donut? • Automation and the demise of doctoring • How to use free in your office to make money • Want to find in-efficiencies? Make a flow chart. • Long Time, No Post
    39. 39. “Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and screencasts can serve not only as useful information resources, to physicians, but also along with online collaboration tools, they can provide physicians with an opportunity which is genuinely NEW in the history of health information. That opportunity is the fact that it is now within the budget and technological skills of virtually any doctor to become not only a siscerning consumer of online health information but also a creator of heathcare information.”
    40. 40. MICRO-BLOGGING
    41. 41. WHICH FEEDS INTO A BLOG
    42. 42. THAT FUNNELS CLIENTS TO A WEBSITE
    43. 43. THAT HOSTS A WIKI / SN
    44. 44. WHICH ODDLY ENOUGH, BUILDS COMMUNITY!
    45. 45. WHICH ODDLY ENOUGH, BUILDS COMMUNITY! WHILE ALSO PROVIDING YOU A MANAGEABLE WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF WHERE YOU’VE BEEN
    46. 46. WHICH ODDLY ENOUGH, BUILDS COMMUNITY! WHILE ALSO PROVIDING YOU A MANAGEABLE WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF WHERE YOU’VE BEEN AND WHERE YOU’RE GOING.
    47. 47. “BUT I WORK WITHIN AN INSTITUTION” So does best medical blogger of 2008 a Blog
    48. 48. “BUT I WORK WITHIN AN INSTITUTION” So does best medical blogger of 2008 22,558 readers 17,000 followers a Blog
    49. 49. WHICH CONNECTS TO A FACEBOOK PAGE
    50. 50. WHICH CONNECTS TO A TWITTER PAGE
    51. 51. KEVIN MD BLOGGING TIPS: • Why I blog • My take: What makes a good medical blog? | KevinMD.com • How to get your medical blog noticed • Why doctors and nurses should engage in social media | KevinMD.com
    52. 52. KEVIN MD BLOGGING TIPS: • Why I blog • My take: What makes a good medical blog? | KevinMD.com • How to get your medical blog noticed • Why doctors and nurses should engage in social media | KevinMD.com
    53. 53. THE SOCIAL MEDIA STARFISH
    54. 54. Microblogging Using Online Video Starting a Community SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Podcasting/Screencasting Streaming Meetings Blogging
    55. 55. Using Online Video Podcasting/Screencasting Microblogging SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Blogging Starting a Community Streaming Meetings
    56. 56. Podcasting/Screencasting Blogging Using Online Video SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Streaming Meetings Microblogging Starting a Community
    57. 57. Blogging Streaming Meetings Podcasting/Screencasting SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Using Online Video Starting a Community Microblogging
    58. 58. Streaming Meetings Starting a Community Blogging SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Podcasting/Screencasting Microblogging Using Online Video
    59. 59. Starting a Community Streaming Meetings Microblogging SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Using Online Video Blogging Podcasting/Screencasting
    60. 60. SEVEN WAYS TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE Blogging Streaming Meetings Starting a Community Microblogging Using Online Video Podcasting/Screencasting
    61. 61. NWUROLOGICALSOCIETY.ORG THE GROUP SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING PLAN SOCIAL NETWORK
    62. 62. NWUROLOGICALSOCIETY.ORG THE GROUP SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING PLAN SOCIAL NETWORK Ning (professional social network) = $500/year
    63. 63. KEVIN MD: THE SOLO SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING PLAN WINNER 2008 BEST MEDICAL BLOG
    64. 64. KEVIN MD: THE SOLO SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING PLAN WINNER 2008 BEST MEDICAL BLOG Wordpress (cms) + Thesis + Hosting = $250/year
    65. 65. There are plenty who have little sympathy for doctors’ concerns, chalking it up to whining by a well-compensated profession. What they fail to see is that problems physicians face will most definitely spillover to patients. And whether they like it or not, everyone will become a patient sooner or later.
    66. 66. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Academic science 2.0 (social networking) (18 services) 1. AcademiaConnect - http://academiaconnect.org/ 2. Academia.edu - http://www.academia.edu/ 3. BioCrowd - http://www.biocrowd.com/ 4. BioMedExperts - http://www.biomedexperts.com/ 5. Epernicus - http://www.epernicus.com/ 6. EthicShare - https://www.ethicshare.org/ 7. LabRoots - http://www.labroots.com/ 8. LabSpaces - http://www.labspaces.net/ 9. MyExperiment - http://www.myexperiment.org/ 10.NatureNetwork - http://network.nature.com/ 11.NewResearcher - http://www.newresearcher.com/ 12.phLab - http://phlab.org/ 13.Research CrossRoads - http://www.researchcrossroads.org/ 14.ResearchGATE - https://www.researchgate.net/ 15.SciBlog - http://www.scientificblogging.com/ 16.SciSpace - http://scispace.net/ 17.SciWeavers - http://sciweavers.org/ 18.Webicina.com - http://www.webicina.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    67. 67. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Bookmarking and infomanagement (12 services) 1. Amedico - http://amedico.com/ 2. CiteMD - http://citemd.com/cms/ 3. CiteULike - http://citeulike.com/ 4. Connotea – http://connotea.org/ 5. Delicious - http://delicious.com 6. Digg - http://digg.com 7. Diigo - http://www.diigo.com/ 8. LabMeeting - http://www.labmeeting.com 9. Mendeley - http://www.mendeley.com/ 10.Ologeez - http://ologeez.stanford.edu/ 11.PeerClip - http://www.peerclip.com/ 12.2Collab - http://www.2collab.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    68. 68. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Consumer health 2.0 (social networking) (22 services) 1. CareFlash - http://www.careflash.com/ 2. Care2 - http://www.care2.com/ 3. Curetogether - http://www.curetogether.com/ 4. DailyStrength - http://dailystrength.org/ 5. e-Patients - http://e-patients.net 6. Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/ 7. FitBit - http://www.fitbit.com/ 8. HealthChapter - http://healthchapter.com/ 9. HelloHealth - http://www.hellohealth.com/ 10.iGuard - http://iguard.org/ 11.Inspire - http://www.inspire.com/ 12.Konnects - http://konnects.com 13.LinkedIn - http://linkedin.com 14.MDJunction - http://www.mdjunction.com/ 15.PatientsLikeMe - http://patientslikeme.com/ 16.PsychCentral – http://psychcentral.com/ 17.RevolutionHealth - http://www.revolutionhealth.com/ 18.SecondLife – http://secondlife.com/ 19.SoberCircle - http://www.sobercircle.com/ 20.Trusera - http://www.trusera.com/health/ 21.Wellsphere - http://www.wellsphere.com 22.Webicina.com - http://www.webicina.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    69. 69. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Medicine 2.0 (social networking) (10 services) 1. Doc2Doc - http://doc2doc.bmj.com/ 2. DoctorsHangout - http://doctorshangout.com/ 3. Epernicus - http://www.epernicus.com/ 4. MedicalPlexus - http//medicalplexus.com/ 5. MedXCentral - http://medxcentral.ning.com/ 6. Ozmosis - http://ozmosis.com/ 7. Phyzoom - http://phyzoom.com/page.php?page=home 8. Sermo - http://www.sermo.com/ 9. SocialMD - http://www.socialmd.com/ 10.Webicina.com - http://www.webicina.com/ 11.Within3 - http://within3.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    70. 70. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Micro-blogging, -searching & -aggregation (7 services) 1. FriendFeed - http://friendfeed.com/rooms/medicine-2-0-microcarnival/ (microcarnival for docs) 2. Identi.ca – http://identi.ca/ 3. Monitter – http://monitter.com/ 4. Twittersearch – http://search.twitter.com/ 5. Twitter – http://twitter.com / 6. List of 69 Twitter services - http://smartech.blogetery.com/2008/05/16/69-twitter-web-services-you-should- know/ 7. Yammer - http://www.yammer.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    71. 71. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Open knowledge-sharing sites (8 services) 1. AskDrWiki – http://askdr.wiki.com/ 2. e-Meducation - http://www.e-meducation.org/ 3. HealthMash - http://healthmash.com/ 4. InfoMedMD - http://www.infomedmd.com 5. Knol http://knol.google.com/k 6. Medpedia – http://www.medpedia.com 7. Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/ 8. UBC Health Library wiki (list of medical wikis) -http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/ Medical_wikis http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    72. 72. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Personal life 2.0 & genetics tracking (13 services) 1. eHealthMe – http://www.ehealthme.com/ 2. FitBit - http://www.fitbit.com/ 3. GenePartner - http://www.genepartner.com/ 4. Geni - http://www.geni.com/ 5. GoogleHealth – http://www.google.com/health/ 6. Keyose.com – http://keyose.com/ 7. LifeMojo - http://www.lifemojo.com/ 8. Medsphere - http://medsphere.org/ 9. Microsoft HealthVault - http://www.healthvault.com/ 10.Medziva - http://www.medziva.com/ 11.My Digital Health - http://www.mydigitalhealth.com 12.MyFamilyHealth - http://www.myfamilyhealth.com/home 13.23andMe - https://www.23andme.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    73. 73. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Search 2.0 tools (11 services) 1. Google Coop Health – http://google.com/coop/ 2. Hakia - http://hakia.com 3. Healia – http://www.healia.com/ 4. Healthline – http://healthline.com/ 5. iMedix – http://www.imedix.com/ 6. MEDgle – http://medgle.com/ 7. Mednar - Federated Search - http://mednar.com/mednar/ 8. MeraMD – http://meramd.com/ 9. OrganizedWisdom - http://organizedwisdom.com/ 10.RightHealth – http://www.righthealth.com/ 11.TRIPAnswers - http://www.tripanswers.org/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009
    74. 74. TOP WEB 2.0 SERVICES IN MEDICINE - 2009 Slide & video sharing sites (10 services) 1. bliptv - http://blip.tv/ 2. DNATube - http://www.dnatube.com/ 3. LabAction - http://www.labaction.com/ 4. MEDTing - http://medting.com/ 5. SciVee - http://www.scivee.com 6. SecondSlide - https://www.secondslide.com/ 7. SlideShare - https://www.slideshare.net/ 8. TeacherTube - http://www.teachertube.com/ 9. WebMed Technology - http://www.webmedtechnology.com/physician/video.html 10.YouTube - http://youtube.com/ http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_Web_2.0_Services_in_Medicine_-_2009 Social Bookmarking Notes For Presentation
    75. 75. Brad Tollefson New Media Specialist Seattle, WA vlstmedia.com
    76. 76. Brad Tollefson New Media Specialist Seattle, WA vlstmedia.com
    77. 77. Social Media In Practice Brad Tollefson New Media Specialist Seattle, WA vlstmedia.com

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