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An anniversary #Medthread!
One year ago today, I gave my OHSU #GrandRounds about #medtwitter for academic clinicians and immediately posted its accompanying #tweetorial.
My goodness, what a year!!
Some reflections and musings 1/x
an incredible year indeed, professionally AND personally--and definitely in no small part thanks to #medtwitter and the opportunity to prepare and give this talk about #SoMe
pardon my if the argument is getting a little circular...the coffee is still kicking in... 2/x
I truly truly had no idea. In probably a poor exam of my "beginning of the academic year commitment to say 'no' more often", I told my boss that I could fill the August 7th #GrandRounds slot on only a few weeks notice.

"Don't you have a talk about twitter prepared?"... 3/x
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As promised, a #tweetorial #Medthread to accompany our new publication ABOUT #medtwitter use by residency programs!
"Twelve Tips for Tweeting as a Residency Program"


@DesaisSima @PDX_Tom The piece is in the online journal @MedEdPublish, & we really appreciate the reads. Because it is open-access, I won't regurgitate the entire piece, but I will share and sprinkle additional explanations on highlights 2/x
@DesaisSima @PDX_Tom @MedEdPublish the "12 Tips" piece chronicle our journey to create @OHSUIMRes for the @OHSUSOM @OHSUNews Internal Medicine Residency Program, and the reflections, musings, advise for others thinking about a programmatic account for internal medicine and non-IM residency/fellowship programs 3/x
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1/ Thread: This morning I gave Dept of Medicine #GrandRounds @OHSUSOM @OHSUNews. In #medtwitter’s spirit of sharing & learning, here is my first #Tweetorial summarizing highlights & crediting #hcsm’s incredible contributors & source material
2/ 4 months ago EBM & cardiology expert Dr. Milton Packer published a blog post detailing how he found Twitter uninformative and emotion/opinion driven
Is this the reality of #medtwitter??…
3/ #SoMe is digitally based mediums that helps us
60% of physicians say their most popular activity on #hcsm = Following what colleagues are sharing and discussing
Channel the “look at me” negative stereotype of #SoMe into “look at THIS” learning etc...
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