Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles related to healthcare social media (#HCSM) in the past 2-4 weeks:
"Why do academics blog? Most do it for professionals peers, not for public" http://buff.ly/1bCImvo -- Actually, they're blogging for themselves.
The Construction of a Twitter Aesthetic - from The New Yorker http://buff.ly/M6y0r9
PLOS ONE: Signs & Symptoms of Dextromethorphan Exposure from YouTube http://buff.ly/N0KgKA
Study: Impact of Vice President Cheney on Public Interest in LV Assist Devices, Heart Transplantation: significant http://buff.ly/1gSrv3U
Patients' comments about hospitals via Twitter don't correlate with patient surveys http://buff.ly/1gSrNaX
International Urology Journal Club via Twitter: 12-Month Experience. http://buff.ly/1l5l1px
Twitter: a good place to detect health conditions (study) http://buff.ly/1l5l5Wh
Social Media Responses to the Annals of Emergency Medicine Journal Club (study) http://buff.ly/1mpqrfm
A Scientist's Guide To Social Media http://buff.ly/1lwlxwU
YouTube for COPD education: avoid low-quality videos posted by individuals who are not health professionals http://buff.ly/1lwnvxf
Use of Twitter to document the 2013 Academic Surgical Congress (study) http://buff.ly/1lwnGJ4
People Battle to Regain Online Privacy: 86% have taken steps to mask their digital footprints - WSJ. One helpful Chrome app is AVG PrivacyFix (free) http://buff.ly/1lxbSpU
The articles were selected from Twitter @DrVes and and RSS subscriptions. 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.