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Medical Twitterstorm Shows Doctors’ Passion for their Favorite Online Platform

What happens when a highly respected physician, noted for his ferocious passion for evidence-based medicine, writes a blog post denigrating physicians who use twitter? What if that same vociferous defender of science and the scientific process doesn’t actually have a twitter account, or any intention of having one? If you’re guessing that the irony of …

Online Interventionalists are Rapidly Becoming the Rule

Over the past several days, we’ve been sharing bits and pieces of an extensive research project into all things “interventional” in preparation for the Cardiac Research Foundation’s Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (#TCTDenver) conference, which kicked off Sunday in Denver, CO. Steven Cutbirth’s prior posts are linked below: Getting to Know the TCT Social Media Experts – Part …

Why Gwyneth Paltrow – and the New York Times – Should take Dr. Jen Gunter seriously

There was an interesting piece published in the Style section of the New York Times this weekend; I was tipped to it by Bryan Vartabedian (Jen Gunter | Small Potato with a Big Voice). If you’re a healthcare geek, that section may not be on your “must read” list (I know it isn’t; will explain …

Europeans Physicians Embody Cross-Border Engagement

This year’s Social Oncology Project report focused exclusively on US oncologists so that we could overlay all of the rich data that was available to explore possible correlations in online and offline behavior. However, we certainly do not want to ignore the global physicians who are so important to diagnosing and treating cancer – and to …

Excitement Builds for ASCO17

s we lead in to the 2017 congress of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (which opens on 2 June, 2017), we wanted to share a bit of “snackable content” – which clearly shows that we’re not the only ones who are excited about #ASCO17 this year! The 2017 Social Oncology Project Report is coming …

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