Présentations PPT

Academic Internal Medicine Week 2010. Incorporation Social Media into Medical Education. Presenters represent 3 different universities and different roles in medical education. Univesity of Chicago, University of Massachusets Medical School, George Washington University. (60 diapo, 9, 649 vues).

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (2012). Twitter and medical education: Information and inspiration. 37 diapo (12, 151 vues).

Association Médicale Canadienne  (2013). (P. Rich). Tweeting in real time: A practical lesson in getting started in social media. 33 diapo (663 vues).

Association Médicale Canadienne  (2013). (P. Rich). Professional use of social media in medical education. 49 diapo (772 vues).

Association Médicale Canadienne  (2011). (P. Rich). Canadian physicians and social media: Activity and attitudes. 23 diapo (2, 078 vues) .

Association Médicale Canadienne  (2013). (P. Rich). What were once vices…are now habits. Medicine 2.0 Conference, London. 21 diapo (483 vues).

Brault, I. (2015). Intégrer les médias sociaux dans l’enseignement: constats d’expériences en sciences infirmières. Conférence présentée le 20 mai 2015 dans le cadre de la Journée de la recherche et de l’innovation en éducation des sciences de la santé à l’Université de Montréal.

Cunningham, AM (décembre 2013). Why does a twittering doctor tweet ? – 10 reasons for a social media presence. (28 diapo).

Cunningham, AM (octobre 2014). How social media can change health professional education, Social Media Summit, International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). (45 diapo).

Cunningham, AM (octobre 2014). Digital curation : How and why (workshop). Social Media Summit, International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). (21 diapo).

Cunningham, AM., Jalali, A., Lafferty, N., Mehta, N., Pierce, C. (2014). Social Media Bootcamp #SMB14. Conférence CCME, Ottawa. (71 diapo).

International Association of Medical Science Educators (2009). Twitter for medical education: What is it and why should I care?. Julie K. Hewett. 39 diapo (8, 130 vues).

Isip-Tan, IT (2014). Social media and medical professionalisme. University of the Philippines Medical Informatics. (57 diapo).

Jalali, A. (2014). The new digital world: Tweeting like a leader. Université d’Ottawa. (octobre 2014) 33 diapo.

Jalali, A. (2015).  Social media and scholarship: from Research Gate to Kardashian Index. Conference presented at the Department of Medicine, University of Toronto (juin 2015). 38 diapo

Jalali, A. (2015). An overview of #SoMe use in #MedEd. Université d’Ottawa. (février 2015). 37 diapo (2, 985 vues).

Lafferty, L. (2014). Designing effective social learning. AMEE Symposium, le 1er septembre 2014, Milan (28 diapo).

Mesko, B. (2013) The Social MEDia Course: Education 2.0 Présentation Prezi. Dr. Bertalan Mesko, University of Debrecen Medical School and Health Science Center. (1, 766 vues).

Potter, N. (2014). Using Twitter in academic teaching. University of York. 67 diapo (25, 379 vues).

Raworth, RD. (2014). Digital literacies in medical education. Island Medical Program Librarian, University of Victoria. (82 diapo).

University British Columbia (2009). To tweet or not to tweet?: Exploring the use of social media for (public) health. FJ. Granjales. 90 diapo (7, 772 vues).

University of British Columbia. Using social media to promote evidence-based practice: A primer on Blogs, Wikis and Twitter . Cochrane Canada Annual Symposium, Vancouver (février 2011.)  26 diapo (5,209 vues).

University British Columbia (2011). Using social media in (Evidence-based emergency) Medicine: A primer for practitioners. FJ. Granjales et C. Assad), Keynote à Quebec Emergency Physician Association (AMUQ), 99 diapo (2,549 vues).

University of North Carolina School of Medicine (2011). Social media in medical education: Embracing a new medium.Dr. Ryan Madanick. 42 diapo (5, 493 vues)

Williamson, T. (2015). Social media:Introduction to useful tools for academics. Lancaster University. (18 diapo).