From Twitter to Tenure: SAEM 2014 Annual Meeting

At the 2014 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual meeting Michelle Lin (M_Lin), Nicholas Genes (@NickGenes), Robert Cooney (@EMEducation), and myself (@takeokun) give a didactic session entitled “Twitter to Tenure: Use of Social Media to Advance Your Academic Career”.

We discussed the relationship of social media and #FOAMed to scholarship, the traditional markers of academic scholarly activity in the setting of US Graduate Medical Education, and our experience in social media over the years.  Here is a recording of our lecture presentation and the questions from the audience.  The audio is limited due to some technical difficulties while traveling.

I would also pay attention to the discussion from Ed Panacek at about 57:24.  Ed has some very important things to say about social media and academic careers/advancement, Michelle may have also let a little surprise slip.

This video was in collaboration with:

Michelle Lin MD   @M_Lin   http://academiclifeinem.com

Nicholas Genes MD PhD   @NickGenes   http://blogborygmi.blogspot.com

Robert Cooney MD RDMS   @EMEducation   http://flippedem.com

Hope you all enjoy.

Jason Nomura

About Jason Nomura

Jason T. Nomura MD RDMS FACP FAAEM is a Board Certified Physician in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine who specializes in Point of Care Ultrasound. He is the author of this blog, see "About Author".
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