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August 23, 2012 at 1:22 pm · Filed under bc children's hospital, doctors, Facebook, good examples, healthcare, pharma, social media, someone already did the work for you, tips and tagged: doctors, health care, pharma
Dabbling in health care comms for youth clinics, midwives and the BC Children’s Hospital (and being an impressionable age when “ER” was terrific) it’s been such a pleasure to watch the folks at Webicina doing their thing on social media. I follow lots of Pages on Facebook (for, uh, work), but their posts are the only ones I click on every time.
Looking for good examples of compelling medical content curation? Follow them on Facebook and discover great stuff they’re posting like this:
- A curated list of pregnancy social media channels (as a recently pregnant lady I can attest that these resources are pretty legit:))
- Found Article: Transforming games into medical devices
- Found Article: Doctors prescribing apps to patients
- Found Article: Which countries’ doctors are most likely to be on social media
And of course, they offer a ton of resources and services for doctors when it comes to social media.
Company blogs should be opinionated and full of ideas you wouldn’t ever have encountered on your own. Because they’re the experts, right? If you can’t think of the last time you read a company blog post like this, can I direct you to a very different example that made me cheer this week?
This recent manifesto from Stumptuous makes me want to jump to my feet. And run around. And lift weights! That aren’t grocery bags! Written for a health and fitness (and bodybuilding if that’s your thing) business, this rant will get you in the gym.