The past decade has been marked by the increasing use of social media platforms, often on mobile devices. In the nephrology community, this has resulted in the organic and continued growth of individuals interested in using these platforms for education and professional development. Here, we review several social media educational resources used in nephrology education and tools including Twitter, videos, blogs, and visual abstracts. We will also review how these tools are used together in the form of games (NephMadness), online journal clubs (NephJC), interactive learning (GlomCon), and digital mentorship (Nephrology Social Media Collective [NSMC] Internship) to build unique educational experiences that are available globally 24 hours per day.
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Pubblicato da renalgate su 19 marzo 2018 in epidemiologia, Information Computer Technology, malattie croniche, management, politica sanitaria qualita' ed accreditamento, risorse web, top, web2 e comunicazione con pazienti
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Eric D Perakslis: It’s time to address the medical benefits and risks of the internet of things – The BMJ
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Eugenio Santoro, responsabile del Laboratorio di informatica medica dell’Irccs Istituto di ricerche farmacologiche Mario Negri, spiega come un medico deve arginare i cybercondriaci, i navigatori compulsivi in cerca di notizie e rassicurazioni su malattie e sintomi.
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — In-Person Health Care as Option B
Sorgente: In-Person Health Care as Option B — NEJM