Events

In these unprecedented times, we're pleased to offer a first-of-its-kind option for those who have been interested in participating in Social Media Residency: our first virtual Residency on Friday, May 29.

As we had previously announced, we're doing this year's annual conference

By Lee Aase • May 21, 2020

We're excited to announce that registration is opening today for a virtual conference we're producing with the Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development (SHSMD): Advanced Health Care Social Media & Digital [...]

By Lee Aase • March 20, 2020

The next session of Social Media Residency, Mayo Clinic's one-day crash course in latest best practices and strategy for applying social media in health care, will be Thursday, June 4 in the downtown Marriott, adjacent to our Mayo Clinic facility in Rochester, Minn.

Social Media Residency is your [...]

By Lee Aase • February 25, 2020

One of the important issues we all face in embracing social media is making time for it.

Whether we are...

  • Physicians working social media engagement into a busy practice, or
  • Communications or marketing staff juggling social media responsibilities among many other longer-established duties, or
  • Dedicated social media staff trying to keep up with unlimited [...]
By Lee Aase • January 16, 2020

The first Middle East Healthcare Social Media Summit next month starts with our highly interactive day-long workshop, Social Media Residency, on Dec. 8.

Social Media Residency provides an opportunity for participants to go beyond the basics of social media to explore latest best practices and to consult with experts [...]

By Lee Aase • November 13, 2019

We're excited to announce that in early December we're holding the first Middle East Healthcare Social Media Summit in Dubai, UAE.

We'll kick off Dec. 8 with By Lee Aase • October 15, 2019

Mayo Clinic is again cooperating with national partners to save lives by promoting colorectal cancer awareness, screening and prevention. For the last five years the campaign slogan was “80% by 2018” (or #80by2018 in hashtag formulation.) It was based on the reality that fewer than 70 [...]
By Lee Aase • February 21, 2019