What Topics on Healthin30 Caught Your Attention?

By Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA

Social Media Networking caught your attention on Healthin30 with “3 Reasons Why Social Networking Is Not a Waste of Time for Health Professionals,” leading with 1,367 Tweets.

“List of 20 Excellent Social Media Networking Resources” also is a popular post.  Other topics include:  Women and Heart Disease, Telehealth, Patients and the Doctor|Nurse Relationship.  Guest blogger, U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Andrew Baldwin, M.D., shares his insights into why he loves family medicine.

13 Popular Posts on Healthin30 Which Caught Your Attention:

  1. 3 Reasons Why Social Networking Is Not a Waste of Time for Health Professionals [Tweets 1,367]
  2. List of 20 Excellent Social Media Networking Resources [Tweets 255]
  3. Social Media: Medical Social Networking – Part 2 [Tweets 224]
  4. Why One Navy Medical Officer Loves Family Medicine [Tweets 157]
  5. Heart Disease in Women: Ladies, Love Your Heart All Year Long [Tweets 115]
  6. Social Media: Barbara Ficarra on FOX News Live Talks About Medical Social Networking [Tweets 96]
  7. The Patient, the Most Important Part of the Medical Team [Tweets 95]
  8. A Brilliant Reason to Dive Deep into the Social Media Health Space [Tweets 77]
  9. Rules of Patient Engagement: How to Deeply Connect with Empathy [Tweets 73]
  10. Patient-Centric Care at the Hub of Telehealth [Tweets 65]
  11. Doctor-Nurse Relationship: How to Energize and Engage the Doctor and Nurse Team [Tweets 63]
  12. Telehealth Tapping into Social Influence [Tweets 63]
  13. When Doctors and Nurses Work Together [Tweets 55]

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We would love for you to share with us the posts and articles which caught your attention on Healthin30.  What topics interest you?  What would you like to learn more about?

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