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Social Media
Robert Cooney, MD, MSMedEd, RDMS, FACEP
Disclosures
However…
Got Handouts?
@EMEducation
What is Social Media?
Web 1.0
Producer Consumer
Web 2.0
Our Day Ahead
9:50-10:15: Barriers to Using Social Media
10:15: Finding the Content You Need
12:15: Building Your “Brand”
...
Our Tasks
Activity 1
Review your institutional social
media policy. List key points on a
sticky note. With your group,
“th...
Our Tasks
Activity 1, continued
Shared your themes and subthemes
with other groups
Time: 10 minutes
Flipped Classroom Practice
Traditional Classroom
Lecture  Homework (Really??)
Flipped Classroom
Prework (recorded lecture)  Group Work
How do I find quality content??
How do I find quality content??
What is quality content??
www.foamsearch.net
Activity 2
Using the provided worksheet, design a flipped
classroom experience for interns
Theme: Procedural Sedation
Crea...
Activity 2, Continued
Group Report Out
Share your creation
Time: 15 minutes
Getting Started with Online Teaching
Creation
Collaboration
Consumption
Safety
Existence
Creation
Collaboration
Consumption
Safety
Existence
–unknown medical student
“If you’re not on Facebook, you don’t exist.”
Listening Posts
https://www.google.com/alerts
Embassies
Embassies
Platform
AKA: Home Base
Your Own Website?!
It’s easier than ever:
www.squarespace.com www.wordpress.org
Creation
Collaboration
Consumption
Safety
Existence
What happens in Vegas,
stays in Vegas…
…except when shared to social
media.
“Health Information”
Any information, whether oral or recorded, that:
Relates to the…health or condition of any individual...
Pop Quiz
Has professionalism
changed?
Activity 3
Debate the meaning of
online professionalism
Use sticky notes to ID
themes and sort
Time: 30 minutes
Activity 3 Continued
Report Out
Group share
Time: 15 minutes
Digital Professionalism
“Digital media are not an intrinsic threat to medical professionalism. Professionals should
use di...
Digital Professionals
Proficiency
Reputation
Responsibility
12 Word Social Media Policy
Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry
Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete
Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal
Creation
Collaboration
Consumption
Safety
Existence
Creation
Contribution
2006
Curation
Contribution
Why?
Creation
Why Create?
Guest Speaker/Author
Make your work count twice
Volunteer for publication
Build YOUR brand
Curating
Aggregate
Distill
Combine (mash up)
Elevate
Digital
Scholarship ?
Scholarship
Documentation,
Peer review,
And
dissemination
Integration
Connections across
disciplines; taking
what is known...
Operationalizing Boyer
Clear Goals
Adequate Preparation
Appropriate Methods
Significant Results
Effective Presentation
Ref...
Activity 4
Our Flipped Classroom
Using the pre-reading as a guide,
discuss as a group what “scholarly”
social media-based ...
Activity 4 Continued
Our Flipped Classroom
Group Discussion: Share your draft
with the class
Time: 15 minutes
The End?
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Social Media for Medical Educators

  1. 1. Social Media Robert Cooney, MD, MSMedEd, RDMS, FACEP
  2. 2. Disclosures
  3. 3. However…
  4. 4. Got Handouts? @EMEducation
  5. 5. What is Social Media?
  6. 6. Web 1.0 Producer Consumer
  7. 7. Web 2.0
  8. 8. Our Day Ahead 9:50-10:15: Barriers to Using Social Media 10:15: Finding the Content You Need 12:15: Building Your “Brand” 12:45: The Problems with Social Media 1:30: Defining Digital Scholarship
  9. 9. Our Tasks Activity 1 Review your institutional social media policy. List key points on a sticky note. With your group, “theme” and sort the barriers you identify. Time: 15 minutes
  10. 10. Our Tasks Activity 1, continued Shared your themes and subthemes with other groups Time: 10 minutes
  11. 11. Flipped Classroom Practice
  12. 12. Traditional Classroom Lecture  Homework (Really??) Flipped Classroom Prework (recorded lecture)  Group Work
  13. 13. How do I find quality content??
  14. 14. How do I find quality content??
  15. 15. What is quality content??
  16. 16. www.foamsearch.net
  17. 17. Activity 2 Using the provided worksheet, design a flipped classroom experience for interns Theme: Procedural Sedation Create Goals and Objectives Search and select pre-work (reading, podcast, vodcast) Submit work to: https://goo.gl/forms/mdB7WqpBpDAeWI5j2 Time: 30 minutes
  18. 18. Activity 2, Continued Group Report Out Share your creation Time: 15 minutes
  19. 19. Getting Started with Online Teaching
  20. 20. Creation Collaboration Consumption Safety Existence
  21. 21. Creation Collaboration Consumption Safety Existence
  22. 22. –unknown medical student “If you’re not on Facebook, you don’t exist.”
  23. 23. Listening Posts
  24. 24. https://www.google.com/alerts
  25. 25. Embassies
  26. 26. Embassies
  27. 27. Platform AKA: Home Base
  28. 28. Your Own Website?! It’s easier than ever: www.squarespace.com www.wordpress.org
  29. 29. Creation Collaboration Consumption Safety Existence
  30. 30. What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas… …except when shared to social media.
  31. 31. “Health Information” Any information, whether oral or recorded, that: Relates to the…health or condition of any individual, the provision of heath care of an individual...
  32. 32. Pop Quiz
  33. 33. Has professionalism changed?
  34. 34. Activity 3 Debate the meaning of online professionalism Use sticky notes to ID themes and sort Time: 30 minutes
  35. 35. Activity 3 Continued Report Out Group share Time: 15 minutes
  36. 36. Digital Professionalism “Digital media are not an intrinsic threat to medical professionalism. Professionals should use digital media for positive purposes in ways that support principles of: patient care compassion altruism trustworthiness Professionals should be aware of the shaping nature of their relationships with digital media and they should maintain the capacity for deliberate, ethical, and accountable practice when using them.”
  37. 37. Digital Professionals Proficiency Reputation Responsibility
  38. 38. 12 Word Social Media Policy Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal
  39. 39. Creation Collaboration Consumption Safety Existence
  40. 40. Creation Contribution 2006
  41. 41. Curation Contribution Why? Creation
  42. 42. Why Create? Guest Speaker/Author Make your work count twice Volunteer for publication Build YOUR brand
  43. 43. Curating Aggregate Distill Combine (mash up) Elevate
  44. 44. Digital Scholarship ?
  45. 45. Scholarship Documentation, Peer review, And dissemination Integration Connections across disciplines; taking what is known and creating new understandings Teaching Developing innovative teaching materials; advancing curricula; evaluation of learning Application Applying knowledge to improve outcomes in a community Discovery Creating new knowledge; verifying existing knowledge Boyer, 1990
  46. 46. Operationalizing Boyer Clear Goals Adequate Preparation Appropriate Methods Significant Results Effective Presentation Reflective Critique Glassick,2000 Make the work public Available for peer review Able to be reproduced
  47. 47. Activity 4 Our Flipped Classroom Using the pre-reading as a guide, discuss as a group what “scholarly” social media-based teaching entails. Create a personal checklist. Use Google Docs to co-write a draft proposal for your chair. Email link to: rcooneymd@gmail.com Time: 30 minutes
  48. 48. Activity 4 Continued Our Flipped Classroom Group Discussion: Share your draft with the class Time: 15 minutes
  49. 49. The End?

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