Healthcare social media #HCSM - top articles

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles related to healthcare social media (#HCSM) in the past 2-4 weeks:

Social media for health professionals at a glance http://buff.ly/10Gopxy

Online Professionalism Investigations by State Medical Boards: First, Do No Harm http://buff.ly/10GozFe

Social media in vascular surgery. [J Vasc Surg. 2013] http://buff.ly/10L5kdJ

Study finds rampant envy on Facebook http://buff.ly/10sCUzo

Eight Questions About Physician-Rating Websites - JMIR 2013 http://bit.ly/12ifjXA

Preserving Science News In An Online World - NPR discussion. How can journalists and bloggers avoid some of the pitfalls of communicating science in an online world? http://buff.ly/UMNSAN

Dr Mike Cadogan takes the medical world beyond social media (PDF) http://buff.ly/X8RTOD

Don't Call It Social Media: FOAM and the Future of Medical Education http://buff.ly/UQQ6PD

Misleading Health-Related Information Promoted Through Video-Based Social Media: Anorexia on YouTube. Pro-anorexia information was identified in 29.3% of anorexia-related videos. http://bit.ly/12joxD6

“While the vast majority of journalists are honest, some believe the facts shouldn't get in the way of a salacious story” http://bit.ly/VhPC59

Feasibility study of using social networks for learning support: Facebook (PDF) http://buff.ly/Y07ouE

Tesla, the New York Times and the leveling of the media playing field http://buff.ly/XeHT5y - This will soon apply to medicine too.

The Geography of Happiness According to 10 Million Tweets http://buff.ly/12ILWOy - Source PDF: http://buff.ly/12JmhW2

Twitter has the potential to enhance professional collegiality, advocacy, and scientific research - for ophthalmologists http://buff.ly/ZB0cUF

The researcher of the future…makes the most of social media - The Lancet discovers Twitter (comment) http://buff.ly/133cB9O (free full text after registration)

Show Us You Are Real: Human vs. Organizational Presence and Online Relationship Building Through Social Networks http://buff.ly/ZFJZxr

Twitter may be a promising mechanism to spread brief exercise behaviors http://buff.ly/136KpD2

The articles were selected from my Twitter and RSS streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to clinicalcases at gmail.com and you will receive an acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

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