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Nov 25 Posted 2 years ago
I throughly enjoyed your A-Z of Twitter and healthcare. Very creative and inclusive. I will have to add that there are many many other Healthcare Tweet chats, that happens on a daily basis, by the hour organized by Symplur. There are also categories based on specialty - nursing, medical, social media, pharmacy, end of life, etc . See here. http://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/tweet-chats/
Social media is here to stay and as well continue to learn how we can best use it to improve patient engagement, education, improviing outcomes, etc, we must continue to stress that it should never be used as a alternative or replacement for medical advice or a medical diagnosis.