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Integrating social media in medical education

This presentation was given during the Track 2: Social Media in Medical Education of the 4th Philippine Healthcare and Social Media Summit 2018 in Grand Regal Hotel, Davao City, Philippines. This presentation describes the use of different social media tools for undergraduate medical education and research.

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Integrating social media in medical education

  1. 1. I 1 INTEGRATING SOCIAL MEDIA IN MEDICAL EDUCATION OURLAD ALZEUS G. TANTENGCO MD-PhD Molecular Medicine (cand) College of Medicine University of the Philippines Manila
  2. 2. Your Company Name I 2 OURLAD ALZEUS G. TANTENGCO MD-PhD Molecular Medicine (cand) College of Medicine University of the Philippines Manila Email: ogtantengco@up.edu.ph Twitter: @drdrlads / @drladstantengco Facebook: fb.com/doktordoktorlads Instagram: @drdrlads Blog: doktordoktorlads.blogspot.com
  3. 3. Your Company Name 3 OBJECTIVES By the end of this session attendees will be able to: 1. Describe how different Social Media tools can be used in undergraduate medical education and research 2. Be familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of these tools
  4. 4. Your Company Name 4 PARAGRAPH RIGHT AND PICTURE LEFT Source: http://researchhubs.com/post/computing/web-application/web-1-2-and-3.html
  5. 5. Your Company Name 5 THE CONVERSATION PRISM What is Social Media? • It's having conversations • It’s making connections • It’s building relationships • It’s sharing resources and information • It’s networking • It’s collaborating.
  6. 6. Your Company Name Early 1900s 6 EVOLUTION OF MEDICAL EDUCATION Late 1900s 2000s https://medicine.uams.edu/about-the-college/college-of-medicine-history/history-features/education/ https://www.medisquare.be/index.php/2017/10/09/le-dr-georges-dallemagne-cdh-qualifie-lexamen-dentree-en-medecine-de-sommet-de-betise-et-dabsurdite/ http://languages.oberlin.edu/blogs/ctie/2018/02/11/digital-distractions-technology-teaching-and-learning-in-the-contemporary-classroom/
  7. 7. Your Company Name 7 Social media brings together clusters of like- minded people to engage in real-time, on-line dialogue on topics that merely interest them—or about which they feel passionately: ‘community’ is no longer a function of geography Hillman T, Sherbino J. Postgrad Med J 2015;91:544–545
  8. 8. Your Company Name I 8 Knowledge, once the monopoly of the professions is now available 24/7 to anyone with a search engine.
  9. 9. Your Company Name ● The learning pyramid help us to understand how we learn and what is more effective for us to learn. 9 THE LEARNING PYRAMID Source: https://sites.google.com/site/andreasportfoliopedagogy/2-the-learning-pyramid
  10. 10. “Social media tools augmented students’ learning opportunities, allowed for real-time communication outside the classroom, helped students connect with medical experts, fostered collaborative opportunities, and enhanced creativity”. 10
  11. 11. The use of social media allows students to transcend geographical barriers. The students were tweeting academics from other continents and getting replies almost instantaneously. 11
  12. 12. Your Company Name 12 OUTLINE 1. Facebook 2. Blogs 3. Twitter 4. Youtube 5. Google Scholar 6. Researchgate
  13. 13. Your Company Name 13 FACEBOOK Largest social network Users can create a customized profile Users can add other users as "friends", exchange messages, post status updates, share photos, videos and links, use software applications Users may join common-interest user groups organized by workplace, school, hobbies or other topics
  14. 14. Your Company Name 14 FACEBOOK
  15. 15. Your Company Name 15 FACEBOOK GROUPS
  16. 16. Your Company Name 16 WEBINARS ON FACEBOOK
  17. 17. Your Company Name 17 BLOGS • Blog-publishing service that allows multi- user blogs with time-stamped entries. • The most traditional of social media tools • Allow for longer, more detailed discusions, and can include embedded pictures, videos, etc
  18. 18. Your Company Name 18 MEDICAL BLOGS
  19. 19. Your Company Name 19 MEDICAL BLOGS
  20. 20. Your Company Name 20 TWITTER • Very short (140-character) messages • Accounts can be public or private • Users identified by “handle”: e.g. @drdrlads • Posts (“tweets”) are shared among account “followers”, and can be shared (“re-tweeted”, or “RT”) with other
  21. 21. Your Company Name 21 TWITTER
  22. 22. Your Company Name 22 TWITTER • Hashtags are searchable within Twitter, and allow users to follow specific topics (e.g. #clinicaltrials) • Hashtags allow for shared, live discussion on these topics (e.g. #HealthXPH)
  23. 23. Your Company Name 23 TWITTER When Twitter was integrated into the curriculum they found that students were more engaged in the subject and achieved better exam results.
  24. 24. Your Company Name 24 YOUTUBE • YouTube is a free video sharing website that makes it easy to watch online videos. • Users can even create and upload their own videos to share with others.
  25. 25. Your Company Name 25 YOUTUBE
  26. 26. Your Company Name 26 YOUTUBE
  27. 27. Your Company Name 27 GOOGLE SCHOLAR • Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines
  28. 28. Your Company Name 28 GOOGLE SCHOLAR
  29. 29. Your Company Name 29 RESEARCHGATE • Social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators. • Provides a professional network for the scientific community to connect with each other to share and discuss research.
  30. 30. Your Company Name 30 RESEARCHGATE
  31. 31. Your Company Name 31 RESEARCHGATE
  32. 32. Your Company Name ● Google Scholar seems to index more citations than Scopus, which in turn has a bigger citation index than the Web of Science (WoS) ● ResearchGate found less citations than did Google Scholar but MORE than both Web of Science and Scopus. 32 RESEARCHGATE AND GOOGLE SCHOLAR
  33. 33. Your Company Name 33 USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO TEACH OTHERS
  34. 34. Your Company Name 34 USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO TEACH OTHERS
  35. 35. Your Company Name 35 USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO TEACH OTHERS
  36. 36. Your Company Name 36 CONCLUSION We discussed the use of different social media tools for undergraduate medical education 1. Facebook 2. Blogs 3. Twitter 4. Youtube 5. Google Scholar 6. Researchgate
  37. 37. Your Company Name 37 CONCLUSION Social media offers a number of innovative ways to facilitate and enhance student learning. It can complement traditional learning techniques and enhance their students’ education.