Tag Archives: twitter
Posted on 25. May, 2012 by balletfanatic.
I have just got back from my second annual trip to Doctors 2.0 & You conference in Paris and as I love a good word cloud I thought I would repeat last year’s exercise to see whether the conversations were different this year. This year over the conference there were 4,124 tweets on the #doctors20 [...]
Posted on 18. May, 2012 by photohead.
Listening to the social media landscape in the UK around World Malaria Day (25 April 2012) this year has shown that the ‘I’ in malaria is still barely existent; but there were some pockets of engaging content. On an international scope, I spotted a handful of people who took malaria personally. Progress may be slow, [...]
Posted on 06. Jun, 2010 by neilcrump.
As Nike’s World Cup Writes the Future (WtF) campaign, which Aurora loves, continues to trump their previous viral success, I posed the following questions to the #hcsmeu community at the week before last’s Friday (28 May 2010) tweet-up: What are the best examples of a healthcare campaign in Europe going viral and whether we have [...]
Health media materials under the gavel tonight! 06.30 pm, Brown’s, St martin’s Lane. Follow events on Twitter!
Posted on 21. Apr, 2010 by NW1er.
The quality of health media materials provided to journalists are under the gavel in a court-room type drama at Brown’s Court Room tonight from 6.30 pm. Communications consultant and former health editor at The Sun, Jacqui Thornton, is presiding over proceedings as Judge. Experts giving evidence include Jenny Hope, medical correspondent at the Daily Mail, [...]
Posted on 15. Apr, 2010 by NW1er.
Two and a half weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to attend a meeting of minds in Berlin, where those involved with the until-now Twitter-based group, Healthcare Social Media Europe (#hcsmeu), met in person to debate some key issues relating to social media and healthcare. I’ve been busily scribbling down the insights on this for [...]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2009 by NW1er.
I attended a talk recently on the future of journalism, where Daniel Dodd, head of online at the BBC, and Roger Alton, editor at the Independent, discussed current trends in news and the progressive move to online content. Lively and informative, the discussion demonstrated how aggregate news sites, such as Yahoo, are the most used [...]