Webinar: The Impact of Social media in Healthcare: Rhetoric versus Reality* Dr. Peter Murray, PhD, RN, - May 22, 2012 12:00-1:00pm PST
While many health professionals use social media extensively within their personal lives, their use within healthcare organisations and by health professionals to improve health outcomes, is more limited. This presentation and discussion will explore the rhetoric of the possibilities of using social media in healthcare, and practical examples from around the world of the actual use, and the issues arising. Other issues, such as the development of 'codes of practice' to govern professionals' use of social media, will also be addressed.
May 22, 2012 12:00-1:00pm PST
Dr. Peter Murray, PhD, RN, MSc, CertEd, FBCS CITP is currently Chief Executive Officer of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). He has nearly 30 years health experience, starting as a coronary care nurse before moving into education and health/nursing informatics. He remains involved in teaching health informatics at post graduate level, most recently at Walter Sisulu University. He has an MSc in Nursing and a PhD in nursing informatics and educational technology, and is a qualified nurse teacher.
His current interests include free/libre and open source software, and the use of social media, in particular for virtual engagement with health informatics events and organisations. He has been actively involved in journal editing and reviewing for over 20 years, has authored, or co-authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications and has presented over 120 papers, tutorials, workshops and panels at national and international events.
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