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Lunchtime Learning: Fake news or Real revolution: Social media platforms in health communication

Lunchtime Learning: Fake news or Real revolution: Social media platforms in health communication

All members of the VCU community including fellows, housestaff & Inova and VAMC faculty are invited.

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics, uses, and measures of major social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) used in health communication,
  • Explain the concept of information literacy and recognize reliable sources in social media,
  • Define communication terms (ie. tweets, RTs, hashtags) that are used by online healthcare authorities, influencers, and stakeholders, and
  • Examine best practices to enhance the use and management of multiple social media platforms (via Hootsuite, etc.).

For directions to workshop location, visit the MCV Campus map available here: http://www.maps.vcu.edu/pdfs/mcv_map.pdf

 

Date:
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
MMEC 3-101
Campus:
MCV Campus
Categories:
Lunchtime Learning
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Deborah Stewart

Education Program Coordinator

deborah.stewart@vcuhealth.org

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