I can’t believe I missed this when it came out, but I am delighted to find it now. Mentioning it just in case anyone else missed it at the time.
Dean Giustini, Francisco Grajales, and Daniel Hooker — three of my favorite science 2.0 geeks (out of a substantial cast of those I adore!) — did a workshop for some folk at Cochrane on potential roles for social media as information sources for practitioners to integrate as part of their practice. The presentation does not focus on social media as a data source or as a way to disseminate findings, but focuses really on the aspect of how you, as a researcher or clinician, might make personal use of it in your work, what are fairly easy useful and accessible tools and best practices that offer a fair amount of bang for the buck.