Physicians using Twitter? When Twitter was launched in 2006, not so many. Nearly a decade has passed and increasing numbers of doctors understand the value of Twitter.
Mark your calendar and plan to join us on Thursday, March 26 (1-2 p.m. ET) for a webinar featuring a panel of Twitterati. You'll hear from physicians with longtime as well as relatively new participation on Twitter share insights about how this social networking platform has helped them:
As a webinar participant you'll have an opportunity to ask questions plus share your experience and insights about Twitter for physicians...and physicians for Twitter.
Registration for this webinar is $95, but FREE for members of the Social Media Health Network. Learn more about joining the Network.
|Mike Sevilla, MD (@drmikesevilla) is a Board Certified Family Physician in full-time private practice at the Family Practice Center of Salem in Salem, Ohio. He also holds an appointment as Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University. Mike, a member of our Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media External Advisory Board, has been involved with social media since 2005 and joined Twitter in May 2007.|
|Christian Sinclair, MD (@ctsinclair) is a board certified palliative medicine physician at the University of Kanasas Medical Center and an advocate for social media use by health care professionals. In addition to blogging, he can be found hosting #hpm (Hospice and Palliative Medicine) Tweetchat and Palliative Care Grand Rounds. Christian, a member of our External Advisory Board, joined Twitter in November 2008.|
|Matthew Katz, MD (@subatomicdoc) is a radiation oncologist dedicated to improving cancer care. He's co-creator of Cancer Tag Ontology, @Rad_Nation, and #radonc chat. Matt created a web-based tool for prostate cancer, CaP Calculator, to help promote shared decision-making between patients and prostate cancer specialists. He also serves as the Chair of the Communications Committee for ASTRO.Matt, a Platinum Fellow of the Social Media Health Network, joined Twitter in November 2009.|
|Amy Kotsenas, MD (@AmyKotsenas) is an Assistant Professor of Radiology and a board-certified neuroradiologist at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. She's an advocate for face-to-face communication between radiologists and patients. Amy has written blog posts for the American College of Radiology’s Voice of Radiology Blog and the AJNR Blog. Amy joined Twitter in May 2012.|