- Resolving to participate in the #hcsmca Twitter chat about how we can know whether social media campaigns improve health was a great way to kick off 2016!
- — Kevin Smith (@Kevin4Quality)Tue, Jan 05 2016 22:28:27
- — Kevin J. Fowler (@gratefull080504)Mon, Jan 04 2016 15:30:30
- Excitement and support grew throughout the day.
- — Stroke Tattler (@Stroketattler)Wed, Jan 06 2016 17:58:27
- — marieclaire shanahan (@mcshanahan)Wed, Jan 06 2016 18:01:39Hi all - excited for this one! I'm both a medical mom & a science ed researcher with an interest in social media. #hcsmca
- For those participating in one of these chats for the first time some tips were shared for how to harness the Twitter chat medium.
- — Colleen Young (@colleen_young)Wed, Jan 06 2016 17:55:04
- The chat got rolling with some introductions.
- — Christine Chambers (@DrCChambers)Wed, Jan 06 2016 18:01:12
- — Holly Witteman (@hwitteman)Wed, Jan 06 2016 18:06:22
- — Beatrice Scholtes (@BeaScholtes)Wed, Jan 06 2016 18:06:04Good evening from Belgium, Bea from Maastricht university. Interested in effect of social media use on child injury prevention #hcsmca
- As the many introductions continued, Topic 1 got the conversation going.
- The #itdoesnhavetohurt campaign served as a helpful jumping off point to discuss issues related to reach and impact.
- — Christine Chambers (@DrCChambers)Wed, Jan 06 2016 18:06:00
- Participants started weighing in on how measures of reach apply to social media.
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