Tag Archives: professionalism

Making choices in Social Media

This past week was a pretty exciting, relatively controversial week for people interested in Health Care in Social Media.  If you don’t know what happened, you can listen to Dr. Mike Sevilla’s podcast about it here. Although it is certainly … Continue reading

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Announcing the new #meded chat

In the last few weeks, several #meded tweeps have been bouncing the idea around about starting a Twitter chat dedicated to discussing issues related to medical education.  One night, Vinny Arora (@FutureDocs) made the proclamation that she thought we had now reached … Continue reading

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Anonymity and Professionalism on Twitter: Room to Educate

A well-established medical blogger Dr. Bryan Vartabedian (aka @Doctor_V, a fellow gastroenterologist whom I recently had the pleasure of meeting at DDW 2011 #DDW11) seemed to ignite a firestorm this week amongst #hcsm tweeps with his post about a specific … Continue reading

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When the Doctor Becomes a Patient

Today I became a patient.  If you follow me on Twitter, then by now you know what happened.  Yes, I am embarrassed by what happened, but I’ll relinquish my HIPAA right to privacy for this moment. This afternoon I swam … Continue reading

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