Articles par auteur

Antheunis, ML., Tates, K., Nieboer, TE. (2013). Patients’ and health professionals’ use of social media in health care : Motives, barriers and expectations. Patient Education and Counseling, 92, 426-431.

Bahner, DP., Adkins, E., Pate, N., Donle, C., Nagel, R., & Kman, NE. (2012). How we use social media to supplement a novel curriculum in medical education. Medical Teacher, 34(6), 439–444.

Cahn., PS., Benjamin, EJ., Shanahan, CW. (2013). ‘Uncrunching’time: medical schools’ use of social media for faculty development. Med Educ Online, 18, 1-6.

Cain, J., Chretien, K. (2013). Exploring social media’s potential in interprofessional education. Journal of Research in Inter professional Practice and Education,JRIPE, 3 (2).

Cheston, CC., Flickinger, TE., Chisolm, MS. (2013). Social media use in medical education: A systematic review. Academic Medicine, 88 (6), 893-901. (Harvard Medical School).

Chretien KC, Goldman EF, Beckman L, Kind T. (2010). It’s your own risk: medical students’ perspectives on online professionalism. Acad Med.,85 (10 Suppl):S68-S71.

Chretien, KC, Greysen, SR, Chretien, JP, Kind, T. (2009). Online posting of unprofessional content by medical students. JAMA, 302 (12), 1309-1315.

Dabbagh, N., Kitsantas, A. (2012). Personal Learning Environments, social media, and self-regulated learning: A natural formula for connecting formal and informal learning. Internet and Higher Education. 15 (1), 3-6.

DeCamp, M. Cunningham, AM (2013). Social media: The way forward or a waste of time for physicians? J R Coll Physicians Edinb 43, 318-322.

DeCamp, M., Koenig, TE., Chisolm, MS. (2013). Social media and physicians’ online identity crisis. JAMA, 310 (6), 581-582.

Ellaway, RH., Coral, J., Topps, D., Topps, M. (2015). Exploring digital professionalism. Medical Teacher, 1-6. Early online.

Foley, NM., Maher, BM., Corrigan, MA. (2014). Social media and tomorrow’s medical students- How do they fit ? Journal of Surgical Education, 71, (3), 385-390.

George, DR., Dellasega, C. (2011). Uses of social media in graduate-level medical humanities education: Two pilot studies from Penn State College of Medicine. Medical Teacher, 33 (8), 429-434.

Gettig, JP., Lee,N., Fjortoft, N. (2013). Student and Faculty Observations and Perceptions of Professionalism in Online Domain Scenarios. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 77, (9), Article 192.

Gill, J., Harrison, B., Ramnanan, CJ., Wood, TJ., Jalali, A., (2014). Investigating Social Networking Usage among Medical Students. Education In Medicine Journal, 6 (4), e82-86.

Giordano, C., Giordano, C. (2011). Health professions students’ use of social media. J Allied Health, 40 (2) 78–81.

Gholami-Kordkheili,F., Wild, V., Strech, D. (2013). The Impact of Social Media on Medical Professionalism: A Systematic Qualitative Review of Challenges and Opportunities. J Med Internet Res, 15 (8):e184.

Grajales, FJ., Sheps, S., Ho, K., Novak-Lauscher, H., Eyesenbach, G. (2014). Social media: A review and tutorial of applications in medicine and health care. J Med Internet Res 16 (2):e13.

Grindrod, K., Forgione, A., Tsuyuki, RT., Gavura, S., Giustini, D. (2014). Pharmacy 2.0: A scoping review of social media use in pharmacy. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 10:1, 256-270.

Hamid, S., Waycott, J., Kurnia, S., Chang, S. (2015). Understanding students’ perceptions of the benefits of online social networking use for teaching and learning. Internet and Higher Education, 26, 1-9.

Hamm, MP., Chisholm, A., Shulhan,J., Milne, A., Scott, SD., Klassen, TP., Hartling, L.  (2013). Social media use by health care professionals and trainees: A scoping review. Academic Medicine, 88 (9), 1376-1383.

Hamm, MP., Chisholm, A., Shulhan,J., Milne, A., Scott, SD., Given, LM., Hartling, L. (2013). Social media use among patients and caregivers: a scoping review. BMJ OPEN, May 9; 3 (5).

Harrison, B.; Gill, J, Jalali, Al. (2014).  Social Media Etiquette for the Modern Medical Student. The International Journal of Medical Students, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 64-67, jun. 2014. ISSN 2076-6327. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 02 Sep. 2014.

Jain A, Petty E, Jaber R, Tackett S, Purkiss J, Fitzgerald J, White C. (2014). What is appropriate to post on social media? Ratings from students, faculty and the public. Med Educ, 48:157–69.

Kind, P., Patel, P., Lie, D., Chrétien, K.C. (2013). Twelve tips for using social media as a medical educator. Medical Teacher, nov., 1-7

Lie, D., Trial, J., Schaff, P., Wallace, R., Elliott, D. (2013). “Being the best we can be”: Medical students’ reflections on physician responsibility in the social media era. Academic Medicine, 88 (2), 240-245.

Lupton, D. (2014). Feeling better connected : Academics’ use of social media. Canberra : News & Media Reserach Centre, University of Canberra.

Mayer MA, Leis A, Mayer A, Rodriguez-Gonzalez A. (2012). How medical doctors and students should use Social Media: a review of the main guidelines for proposing practical recommendations. Stud Health Technol Inform. 180:853-7.

Patel, PD., Roberts, JL, Ziegler, C., Ostapchuk, M., Miller, KH. (2012). The responsible use of online social networking: Who should mentor medical students? Teach Learn Med., 24 (4), 348-354.

Paton, C., Bamidis, P., Eysenbach, G., Hansen, MM., Cabrer, M. (2011). Experience in the use of social media in medical and health educationNursing and Health Professions Faculty Research. Paper 6. University of San Francisco.

Pittenger, A. (2013). The use of social networking to improve the quality of interprofessional education . American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 77 (8) Article 174.

Verhoef, LM., Van de Belt, TH., Engelen, L., Schoonhoven, L., Kool, R. (2014). Social media and rating sites as tools to understanding quality of care : A scoping review. J Med Internet Res 16 (2):e56

Wang, AT., Sandhu, NP., Wittich, CM., Mandrekar, JN., Beckman, TJ. (2012). Using social media to improve continuing medical education : A survey of course participants. Mayo Clin Proc. 2012 December; 87(12): 1162–1170.

White, J., Kirwan, P.,  Lai, K. et al.(2013). Have you seen what is on facebook? The use of social networking software by healthcare professions students. Br. Med J, 3 (7) (2013), p. e003013