Twenty Twitter Rules

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Gregory Miller, MD is a Twitter recent-adopter and provides Twenty Twitter Rules from ‘the novice perspective’ on getting involved in #FOAMed Twittersphere

Gravatar

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Do you ever wonder why so many people have an awesome profile photo on their articles and comments – whilst you remain anonymous? A Gravatar will fix that

Google Authorship

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If search is liquid, why doesn’t good quality FOAM rise to the top? We look at Google Authorship and bidirectional verification as a means of validation.

Perspective

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In a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, we still end up spending more time alone.

Social Media and Knowledge Translation

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Can social media bridge the gap between research and practice? This is the question raised by Paul Young, Chris Nickson and Dash Gantner in this month’s edition of Critical Care and Resuscitation.

Why FOAM? Facts, Fallacies and Foibles

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A video lecture by Chris Nickson that asks the question ‘Why FOAM?’, and explores the facts, fallacies and foibles of Free Open Access Med(ical ed)ucation’ (FOAM). Includes audio only version and slides.

All A Twitter in the Annals of EM

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Chris Nickson’s perspective on a recent article in the Annals of Emergency Medicine titled ‘Social Media and Physician Learning: Is it All Twitter?’. Social media, FOAM, scientific publishing and peer review are discussed.