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:

Correlation between tweets and article citations is low, contradicting 2011 paper http://buff.ly/1gpo6OT - Author’s reply: http://buff.ly/1gpo756

"Video material on YouTube can generally not be considered as helpful for parents" of children with seizures http://buff.ly/16Qze3z

C U L8ter: YouTube Distracted Driving PSAs Use http://buff.ly/HxS2bY

Content analysis of 365 e-cigarette YouTube videos shows that 85% were sponsored by marketers http://buff.ly/16Qzu2w

Educational Quality of YouTube Videos on Knee Arthrocentesis: 62% of videos were useful http://buff.ly/HxS6bG

Learning electrocardiogram on YouTube: How useful is it? 90% for university videos, 45% for individual uploads http://buff.ly/16QzL5A

Educational Value of YouTube Videos About Physical Exam, scoring system can be used by other researchers http://buff.ly/18gV9jh

Should health care professionals "google" their patients? This report makes the case for "Googling a Patient" http://buff.ly/18gVq5M

ED physician uses Facebook photos/text posted by a patient to make a diagnosis of suicidal risk http://buff.ly/18gVNNP

Academic journals tend to lag behind significantly in #HCSM: 12% of Derm journal are on Facebook and 13% on Twitter http://buff.ly/18gW2IO

Social Media in Urology: Only 28% of U.S. respondents used social media for professional purposes http://buff.ly/1f8R0yN

The articles were selected from Twitter and RSS. 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.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Blog Widget by LinkWithin