Published on in Vol 18, No 6 (2016): Jun

Social Media in Professional Medicine: New Resident Perceptions and Practices

Social Media in Professional Medicine: New Resident Perceptions and Practices

Social Media in Professional Medicine: New Resident Perceptions and Practices

Journals

  1. Economides J, Choi Y, Fan K, Kanuri A, Song D. Are We Witnessing a Paradigm Shift?: A Systematic Review of Social Media in Residency. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - Global Open 2019;7(8):e2288 View
  2. Long X, Qi L, Ou Z, Zu X, Cao Z, Zeng X, Li Y, Chen M, Wang Z, Wang L, Shore N. Evolving use of social media among Chinese urologists: Opportunity or challenge?. PLOS ONE 2017;12(7):e0181895 View
  3. Tso H, Parikh J. Embracing social media in the era of work-life integration. Clinical Imaging 2019;58:191 View
  4. Oltulu P, Mannan A, Gardner J. Effective use of Twitter and Facebook in pathology practice. Human Pathology 2018;73:128 View
  5. Wieringa S, Engebretsen E, Heggen K, Greenhalgh T. How Knowledge Is Constructed and Exchanged in Virtual Communities of Physicians: Qualitative Study of Mindlines Online. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e34 View
  6. González‐Teruel A, Campos‐Peláez M, Fortea‐Cabo G. Information behaviour of the millennial generation: a scoping review of medical residents and their use of social media. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2021;38(1):5 View
  7. Anderson I, Hulland O, Farnan J, Lee W, Milton D, Arora V. Enterprise Microblogging to Augment the Subinternship Clinical Learning Experience: A Proof-of-Concept Quality Improvement Study. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e18 View
  8. Koontz N, Kamer A, Dodson S, Capps A, Tomblinson C, Brown B, Frank M, Heitkamp D. Social Media Utilization at an Academic Radiology Practice. Academic Radiology 2018;25(1):111 View
  9. Koo K, Bowman M, Ficko Z, Gormley E. Older and wiser? Changes in unprofessional content on urologists’ social media after transition from residency to practice. BJU International 2018;122(2):337 View
  10. Lefebvre C, McKinney K, Glass C, Cline D, Franasiak R, Husain I, Pariyadath M, Roberson A, McLean A, Stopyra J. Social Media Usage Among Nurses. JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 2020;50(3):135 View
  11. Gih D. Guiding Psychiatry Trainees on Their First Job Search. Academic Psychiatry 2017;41(3):423 View
  12. Karveleas I, Kyriakouli A, Koukou M, Koufatzidou M, Kalogirou E, Tosios K. The relationship between Facebook behaviour and e‐professionalism: A questionnaire‐based cross‐sectional study among Greek dental students. European Journal of Dental Education 2021;25(1):151 View
  13. O’Connor S, Zhang M, Honey M, Lee J. Digital professionalism on social media: A narrative review of the medical, nursing, and allied health education literature. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;153:104514 View
  14. Guraya S, Guraya S, Yusoff M. Preserving professional identities, behaviors, and values in digital professionalism using social networking sites; a systematic review. BMC Medical Education 2021;21(1) View
  15. Guraya S, Yusoff M, Rashid-Doubell F, Harkin D, Al-Amad S, Fredericks S, Halabi M, Abdullah N, Moussa H, Mallah S, Sefen J, AlKoheji H, Althawadi M, Alabbasi L, Nor M, Reguig F, Guraya S. Changing Professional Behaviors in the Digital World Using the Medical Education e-Professionalism (MEeP) Framework—A Mixed Methods Multicentre Study. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
  16. Fouasson-Chailloux A, Daley P, Menu P, Gross R, Dauty M. Social Media in Health Studies: A Systematic Review of Comparative Learning Methods. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(4):2205 View
  17. Dimer N, Gabana-Silveira J, Mezzomo C, Goulart B. Factors associated with the professional use of social media by speech-language therapists and audiologists working in Brazil: a web-based survey. Revista CEFAC 2022;24(3) View
  18. Vukušić Rukavina T, Viskić J, Machala Poplašen L, Relić D, Marelić M, Jokic D, Sedak K. Dangers and Benefits of Social Media on E-Professionalism of Health Care Professionals: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(11):e25770 View
  19. Dimer N, Gabana-Silveira J, Mezzomo C, Goulart B. Fatores associados ao uso profissional de mídias sociais por fonoaudiólogos que atuam no Brasil: inquérito populacional via web. Revista CEFAC 2022;24(3) View
  20. Sheng A, Gottlieb M, Bautista J, Trueger N, Westafer L, Gisondi M. The Role of Graduate Medical Education in the Fight Against Health Misinformation. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2023;15(1):9 View
  21. Runyon A, Heaven S, Forster L, Kerr A, Shaub T, Simon J. US Medical Students’ Attitudes, Subjective Norms, and Perceived Behavioral Control Regarding Social Media and Online Professionalism: A Single Institution Study. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2023:1 View
  22. Sheng A, Gottlieb M, Bautista J, Trueger N, Westafer L, Gisondi M. The role of emergency physicians in the fight against health misinformation: Implications for resident training. AEM Education and Training 2023;7(S1) View
  23. Zelikovich A, Safdieh J, Robbins M. Education Research: The Development and Utilization of a Virtual Twitter Onboarding Curriculum for Neurologists, Trainees, and Students. Neurology Education 2023;2(3) View
  24. Guimarães I, Amorim B. REDES SOCIAIS E A EXPOSIÇÃO DESCOMEDIDA DE EXERCÍCIOS FONOAUDIOLÓGICOS: CONSEQUÊNCIAS E SOLUÇÕES. REVISTA FOCO 2023;16(11):e3593 View
  25. Fick L, Potini Y, Axon K. Twelve Tips for Creating Your Program's Social Media Footprint. MedEdPublish 2019;8:169 View