Items tagged as "Social Media"
Do you know what gluten-free means? Are you a candidate for a gluten-free diet? Is having celiac disease the only reason to eat gluten-free? Join the chat about following a gluten-free diet with @USNewsHealth Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. ET. #GlutenChat @mayoclinic experts and others will answer your questions. Follow [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Diabetes During the Holidays Join #holidaydiabetes chat Tues. Nov. 19 11 am - noon ET Hosted by @HealthDay and @DrCindyHaines Topics: Blood sugar levels Kids, diabetes and the holidays Travel Newly diagnosed with diabetes Resources *If you missed the chat click here for the transcript. Twitter Chat on Type 2 Diabetes and Dietary [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Mayo Clinic has a new educational video to communicate our guidelines for appropriate employee use of social media and to encourage creative work-related application of social tools in health care. #SocialAtMayo – Social Media Guidelines for Mayo Clinic Employees is part of our orientation program for new hires and also will [...]Created by Joel Streed
Today's patients are educating themselves far beyond traditional waiting room pamphlets. With social media, search engines and active disease communities, engaging with patients in the online space where they're searching for answers offers physicians a new way to educate their patients. During this week's Health Care Social Media Summit at Mayo Clinic, Kansas City pediatrician [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Bringing the Social Media Revolution to Health Care is a new book to help health care professionals use social media tools for promoting health, fighting disease and improving health care. Introduced by the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media the book features essays by 30 industry thought leaders offering inspiration and encouragement to both [...]Created by Dana Sparks
The chest pain experienced by one of the women you’re about to meet was much more than a difficult recovery after giving birth. She had a heart attack when a rare and deadly condition stopped blood flow to her heart. After sharing her experience with others through social networking sites, [...]Created by Dana Sparks