We have seen some extremely useful and inspiring posts this week and we are excited to share them with you in our latest Digital Digest.
8 March marked International Women's Day. We collected our favourite science and healthcare related posts in a moment on Twitter.
BSH member Beverley Hunt highlighted the relaunch of Guy's and St Thomas' Thrombosis app.
Relaunching our @GSTTnhs updated Thrombosis app today- multiple management algorithms on thromboprophylaxis, fresh VTE, reversing DOACs, how to manage HIT etc etc according to UK best practice/NICE guidelines— Beverley Hunt (@bhwords) March 8, 2018
Type Thrombosis into your Android or iPhone/Pad store
It’s free! pic.twitter.com/UgIAI4GaPU
For those engaged in research, listen to these Nobel Laureates for some inspiration.
Advice from Nobel Laureates:— Dr. Jawad Fares (@DrJawadFares) March 1, 2018
- Work hard 🧗🏻♂️
- Be patient 🧘🏻♂️
- Do what you love 👨⚕️#scicomm #openscience #icanhazpdf #acwri #acwrimo #SciArt #ecrchat #phdchat #FOAMed #MedEd #mhealth #digitalhealth #Healthcare #STEM #motivational #quotes #quoteoftheday #QOTD pic.twitter.com/uYIc7UPJpA
Some useful advice if you would like to cite social media in academic work.
Medical students and professionals identify how they use social media in their study.
As a medical student, resident, fellow, &/or attending physician, how do you spend your MOST of your time on Twitter?— Joannie Yeh MD (@BetaMomma) March 1, 2018
2. Career advice (receiving or giving)
3. Sharing medical education (w/ patients, trainees, or doctors)
Other? (Please vote & RT!) #medtwitter
BSH often posts links to articles, Guidelines and educational materials. If you want to use Twitter to expand your learning, you can follow us on Twitter, connect with us on Facebook or explore our Youtube channel.
If you enjoyed this week's Digital Digest, you may enjoy our round ups from other weeks.