I have had a few conversations in recent weeks with friends, peers, and colleagues who understand the social media hypothesis I posited in a previous column—that social media can support 1) our education of healthcare providers, 2) our own lifelong learning, and 3) our advocacy for the CME profession. Now they are considering dabbling in social media professionally, and they are looking for advice. I’ve described social media to them as: digital channels for sharing ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only unlock the Getting Started With Social Media, you'll also gain access to exclusive premium content.

Already registered? here.