Strategies for Dealing with the CRF Session F266: Introduction to Clinical Data Management MAGI Clinical Research Conference West 2012
Getting Started with Twitter 1 - Lurker
Slideshare, 29 September 2012Mary K.D. DRozarioMSCR, CCRP, RAC, CCRAPresident / Clinical Research ConsultantClinical Research Performance, Inc.email@example.com@marydrozariomarykddrozario1
We work for sites.Twitter Stages of Change 2.0: lurker, linker, Rter, Mter, commenter, opinionator, Oprah -@ranitmd2Why Twitter?Get the low downBe exposed to a lot of information fast
Flattening effectThe tale of the conference internThe tale of the man seeking experimental treatment of his terminal illness
Culturally transformativeInteract with the future America
Cutting edge imageCross-post to:Facebook and LinkedInYour website (legal caution)3Why not Twitter?Twitter is going to take over my life!
Its just not worth it.
4Setting up an accountPicture that works well as a sub-thumbnail
Topic/voice selectedSilent (reader)5Find your communityHashtagsOnly letters and numbers (no spaces, no special characters)A professional may have created a hashtag cheatsheet project for your field
Tweet chatsWhere people meet on a schedule to have a hashtag conversation
6Find on GoogleSearch two user names to find previous conversations
Search a user name and a hashtag to find what the user has posted on that hashtag7Who are these tweeters tweeting me!?Bots, spam and follower whores
Find out if you are a real person.
Conversation may increase the Klout score for both of you.
Because meeting new people is the point!8Getting started: Clinical Research people and hashtags to follow.#Clinicalresearch#Clinicaltrials#drugdevelopment#healthcare#hcsm (A discussion group called Health Care in Social Media)@StoneHearthNews@RWJF_HumanCap@amednews@KentBottles@marydrozario@BBKworldwide@Clin_trials@DrugInfoAssn@RAPSorg@Lilly_COI9Questions10