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  • Social Media for the Practicing Interventionalist: A Two-Part Webinar Series - Part II – Twitter 101: The Importance of Social Media for Practice, Education and Communication

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/16/2018

    The purpose of this webinar series is to provide a jump-start to those who aren’t currently part of the cardiovascular community’s dialogue on social media and to help those currently using Twitter to advance their skills and knowledge to conduct research, educate patients and market one’s clinical expertise or practice.

    Social media has changed the way we receive, follow and engage with new information: personally and professionally. Furthermore, major medical societies and high-impact scientific journals use social media as a platform to broadcast news, publish a table of contents or generate discussions among members and followers. However, the majority of practicing interventional cardiologists either don’t use social media or don’t know how to use social media, specifically Twitter, professionally. The purpose of this webinar series is to provide a jump-start to those who aren’t currently part of the cardiovascular community’s dialogue on social media and to help those currently using Twitter to advance their skills and knowledge to conduct research, educate patients and market one’s clinical expertise or practice.

    Speakers:

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    M Chadi Alraies, MD

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    Emmanouil “Manos” Brilakis, MD, FSCAI

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    Sunil V. Rao, MD, FSCAI

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    Sheila Sahni, MD

    To Register:

    Select the 'Register' in the upper right, and, in the pop-up window, select 'Complete Registration' and follow the instructions on the checkout page. If have not already logged in or created an account, you will be prompted to do so on the next screen (instructions as to how to log in or create an account (depending on your member status) can be found to the right).

  • Social Media for the Practicing Interventionalist: A Two-Part Webinar Series - Part I – Twitter 101: How to Promote Your Work, Practice, and Professional Interests

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/17/2017

    The purpose of this webinar series is to provide a jump-start to those who aren’t currently part of the cardiovascular community’s dialogue on social media and to help those currently using Twitter to advance their skills and knowledge to conduct research, educate patients and market one’s clinical expertise or practice.

    Social media has changed the way we receive, follow and engage with new information: personally and professionally. Furthermore, major medical societies and high-impact scientific journals use social media as a platform to broadcast news, publish a table of contents or generate discussions among members and followers. However, the majority of practicing interventional cardiologists either don’t use social media or don’t know how to use social media, specifically Twitter, professionally. The purpose of this webinar series is to provide a jump-start to those who aren’t currently part of the cardiovascular community’s dialogue on social media and to help those currently using Twitter to advance their skills and knowledge to conduct research, educate patients and market one’s clinical expertise or practice.

    Speakers:

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    M Chadi Alraies, MD

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    Emmanouil “Manos” Brilakis, MD, FSCAI

    image

    Sunil V. Rao, MD, FSCAI

    image

    Sheila Sahni, MD

    To Register:

    Select the 'Register' in the upper right, and, in the pop-up window, select 'Complete Registration' and follow the instructions on the checkout page. If have not already logged in or created an account, you will be prompted to do so on the next screen (instructions as to how to log in or create an account (depending on your member status) can be found to the right).