Hashtags of the Week: Week of July 16, 2012


Originally posted at the TH Library Blog: http://thlibrary.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/hashtags-of-the-week-week-of-july-16-2012/


One thing you should all realize is that for every tweet I highlight here for a given hashtag, there are anywhere from dozens to hundreds of others that are equally relevant and fascinating. There are amazing riches to be found by tracking the hashtags most relevant to you, and from engaging in conversation with the other people on Twitter who are also committed to the topics.


#afib = Atrial fibrillation


#ASME2012 = Association for the Study of Medical Education, UK, 2012 Annual Meeting


#diabetes


#DigitalHealth


#eHealth = Electronic health


#epatients = Equipped, enabled, empowered and engaged patients


#fmrevolution = Family medicine revolution


#gamemooc = Game the Massive Open Online Course


#genomics


#GxE = Gene-environment interaction


#hcmktg = Healthcare marketing


#MDchat = A weekly Twitter by, from, and for doctors (but not exclusively)


#mecfs = Myalgic Encephalitis / Chronic Fatigue Symdrome


#meded = Medical education


#medlibs = Medical librarians


#medstudent = Medical students


#mentalhealth


#mHealth = Mobile health


#opnhealth = Open health


#pcmh = Patient centered medical home


#publichealth


#s4pm = Society for Participatory Medicine

Topic of the scheduled chat:
“Will genomic information available today facilitate my healthcare?”


#SMB28 = Social Media Breakfast, Boston, 28

Topic was “Healthcare in the Social Media Era


#SummonIL = Information Literacy and Summon event held at Sheffield Hallam University on 18/Jul/2012

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