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Reflections on the changing nature of the social media highway.
An honest, well-formulated feedback message can be very powerful.
The Minister for Health issued an interesting warning for GPs
This tool has the potential to take health blogs and podcasts to the next level.
A guide for new Twitter users.
The 2015 list of amazing Australian GP Bloggers.
Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.
I’m very pleased and honoured to give away some of my best blogging tips and secrets at the Medicine Social Event.
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We need more health professionals promoting reliable information in the online space to counterbalance untrustworthy health messages.
The one thing that determines success in blogging…
Just when I thought I had seen it all, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners organised its first twitter chat for GPs.
A slide show with essential tips and tricks for health care professionals who want to to start their own blog.
In the last years we have seen surprisingly influential social media campaigns signalling a shift towards more transparency and accountability in healthcare.
The one and only list of Amazing Australian GP Bloggers, 2014!
Health consumers are getting smarter and better organised, using the latest digital technologies. Are health professionals keeping up?
Social media is not without risks, but it can be an effective tool if used wisely.
I am a strong proponent of open access to social media. I feel the decision to block staff access to e.g. LinkedIn or YouTube is often ill-advised, and it’s not beneficial to organisations in the long run. Many times I’ve heard the following reasons for restricting social media usage at work: “We don’t want […]
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And so the AHPRA Action came to an end this week. The Medical Board announced on Wednesday it would work with the other Boards to change the advertising guidelines. The media statement: “(…) practitioners are not responsible for removing (or trying to have removed) unsolicited testimonials published on a website or in social media over which […]
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