I love blog carnivals. When I was first getting into the healthcare/social media world, one of my best sources of information and inspiration was the famous Grand Rounds hosted by Dr. Val Jones. My fellow health care/social media veterans Joan Justice and David Harlow have established a new blog carnival focused specifically on the use of social media in healthcare – HealthCare Social Media Review. This blog carnival is the place to find the absolute best health care and social media content on the web – as you can see from Joan’s episode one (The First Ever Edition) and David’s episode two (The Privacy and Security Edition).
I’m honored to have been asked to be a “sherpa” for the fledgling HCSMR – and this post represents my call for submissions for next week’s carnival!
My topic for the week centers on physicians’ innovative use of digital and social media – whether it’s to build their practice, educate their patients, communicate with their peers or something else altogether, posts by and about these doctors are welcome. SO …
If you’ve got a post you’d like to submit about doctors using social and digital media, all you have to do is complete this form (http://bit.ly/HCSMR3Form) by 11:59 PM on Monday, April 30th (although earlier is MUCH better!). If you’d like to submit your post via email, just follow these guidelines. See you on the 2nd!!
My post will appear right here on WCG’s Common Sense blog on Wednesday, May 2.
In coming weeks, look forward to HCSMR carnivals hosted by luminaries like Anne Marie Cunningham, David Williams, Nick Dawson, John Sharp, Mark Scrimshire, Fard Johnmar, Jamie Rauscher, Jennifer Dyer Barbara Ficarra, Lee Aase and Pat Salber)