Our Favorite Health Tweet Chats

Tweet chats are virtual meetings held online through Twitter—a great way to connect with peers to speak about different topics of interest in convenient way in real-time. Hundreds of tweet chats occur each week, and although we are not able to attend all of them, we’d like to share some great regularly scheduled health tweet chats.

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A few of our top picks (with descriptions from Symplur):

#hcsm tweet chat (Weekly, Sun. @ 9PM EST)

Since 2009, this weekly chat hosts conversations about communications in healthcare,          including the use of social media.

Hosted by:

Dana M Lewis (@danamlewis)

#HCLDR tweet chat (Weekly, Tues. @ 8PM EST)

This tweet chat focuses on the topic of leadership within health care. Moderators believe      success will be achieved when diverse communities of people, who are involved in health      care, gather together once a week to learn, listen and discover how we can enhance the        professional lives for those who serve patients.

Co-founders:

Colin Hung (@colin_hung)

Lisa Fields (@practicalwisdom)

 #hchlitss- Health communications, health literacy and social sciences  (Weekly, Thurs. @ 8PM EST)

Weekly chat discusses health, health communication, health care, health and social media,    health care disparities and social determinants of health.

Moderators:

Kathleen D. Hoffman (@drkdhoffman)

RV Rikard (@rv_rikard)

 #HITsm    (Weekly, Friday @ 12PM EST)

Every Friday, leaders in health IT meet to discuss industry trends and how social media      influences the outcomes of those initiatives.

Questions may be submitted prior to the event through Twitter or by email at                       info@hl7standards.com.

Moderator:

Chad Johnson (@OchoTex) via @HealthStandards.

What are you favorite health tweet chats?

I’m sure there are some out there that we have yet to discover—help us out and let us know what your favorites are. Visit us on SurroundHealth or leave us a comment below!

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