Friday 3rd September, 2010
2:15pm to 3:15pm
A number of regular health conversations take place on Twitter under hashtags such as #hcsm #socpharm #RNchat and #hcsmeu which have been effective in connecting early adopters of social technologies who have an interest in the discussing health on the social web. However, is their utility plateauing? Are they managing to recruit sufficient members from all of the key stakeholder communities in the health conversation (patients, carers, healthcare professionals, providers, industry, policy makers) to merit the claim that they are truly inclusive? Are they talking to themselves, or making a substantive impact on the future of health communications? What else could they be doing?
Social business developer. Focused on health communications. http://stwem.com/contact-me bio from Twitter
Scotland's (main, but not only) #OpenScience #OpenAccess #OpenData #OpenSource #OpenKnowledge & #PatientAdvocate Loves blogging http://t.co/T4k9zgWc bio from Twitter
Founder DigiRedo, New Media Architect and Producer, Innovation Manager Pharma industry bio from Twitter
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