Social Media

Final Read

How has social media influenced you as a radiologist?final read

Given that there are relatively few women in radiology and particularly interventional radiology, social media platforms allow me to connect with other women in our field more easily than in my day-to-day practice.

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#ACR2017 in Tweets: Tuesday, May 23

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting.

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Day two of the ACR annual meeting held economics news, PFCC events, and more. Find out what your colleagues were chatting about.

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#ACR2017 in Tweets: Wednesday, May 24

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting.

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Day three of the ACR annual meeting brought lots of radiologists to the Hill. Find out what rads were tweeting about!

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Social Media Primersocial media primer

Four years ago, the night before my very first ACR national meeting, I signed into an, until that point, unused Twitter account.

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Four Reasons to Use Social Mediasocial media

Everyone knows social media is the place to find cute cat pictures and laugh-out-loud memes. But it’s also a space where serious discussions unfold and true interpersonal connections are cultivated — as many radiologists can attest.

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ACR 2016: Tuesday Tweetups

What were attendees talking about?

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The ACR’s 2016 annual meeting generated a lot of social media buzz right out of the gate.

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ACR 2016: Wednesday Twitter Wrap-Up

What were attendees talking about?

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The ACR’s 2016 annual meeting generated a lot of social media buzz right out of the gate.

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Monday in 140 Characters

What were people buzzing about during the annual meeting?

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The ACR’s 2016 annual meeting generated a lot of social media buzz right out of the gate. Members from throughout the College, along with patients and patient advocates shared their insights and memorable moments on Twitter. We’ve gathered some of our favorite tweets from the day here. What are you tweeting about?

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ACR 2016: Weekend Roundup

What are ACR members talking about?

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The ACR’s 2016 annual meeting generated a lot of social media buzz right out of the gate. Members from throughout the College, along with patients, patient advocates, tech gurus, and other participants at the first-ever JACR Hackathon (#JACRhack) shared their insights and memorable moments on Twitter. We’ve gathered some of our favorite tweets from the day here. What are you tweeting about?

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#AUR16 in 140 Characters

What’s the word on the AUR 2016 annual meeting?

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This year’s Association of University Radiologists meeting focused on diversity and inclusion in the specialty. We learned about unconscious bias, the various paradigms of diversity, and how to become leaders for change in our environments. Find out what everyone was chatting about during the meeting.

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3 Things to Read Today

Intriguing Links From Around the Web

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This week, we’re checking out social media tips, learning about collaboration, and reading about the overall benefits of taking your time with patients.

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Getting the Word Out

With health care becoming increasingly consumer driven, how do you market your practice to both patients and referring clinicians?

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The tiny town of Lovettsville, Va., boasts a population of 1,801 — only one of whom is a general practitioner. Because of the town’s size, campaigns for preventative health practices such as mammography were scarce. Until, that is, one of the residents was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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#SoMe

Potential impact of social media on global radiology education

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Social media is a fascinating virtual world where people meet, interact, and share their thoughts. According to most recent estimates, Facebook had 1.44 billion monthly active users and Twitter had 320 million. And it just keeps on growing.

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6 Reasons to Login to LinkedIn

How Physicians Can Use Linkedin

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October 2015

I successfully ignored LinkedIn for years. It seemed like the world’s most boring social network.

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#RLI2015 in Tweets

Radiologists  gather to learn about business, teamwork, and leadership from some of the industry's best.

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August 2015

This year at the RLI Leadership Summit, the spotlight was on radiologists reaching out to patients, understanding emotional intelligence, and conquering some of the critical issues facing the industry. We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. Were you at the meeting? What stood out to you?

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3 Things to Read Today

Intriguing Links From Around the Web

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July 2015

This week we’re reading about passive voice in radiology reports, getting physicians on social media, and how doctors die.

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Are You Watching Your Online Presence?

Keeping on top of your digital footprint doesn’t have to be boring. JuneSocial1

June 2015
“Social media is a mindset, not just a channel,” explained Safwan S. Halabi, MD, at Sunday’s ACR 2015 session “Creative Applications for Social Media in Medical Imaging.”

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#ACR2015 in Tweets: Wednesday, May 20

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting.

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May 2015

The ACR’s first all-member annual meeting has been buzzing with social media activity from members from throughout the College (and from one persistent Twitter spam bot). We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. What were your top tweets this year?

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#ACR2015 in Tweets: Tuesday, May 19

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting.social

May 2015

The ACR’s first all-member annual meeting has been buzzing with social media activity from members from throughout the College (and from one persistent Twitter spam bot). We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. What were your top tweets this year?

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#ACR2015 in Tweets: Monday, May 18

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting.

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May 2015

The ACR’s first all-member annual meeting kicked off with social media activity from members from throughout the College (and from one persistent Twitter spam bot). We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. What were your top tweets this year ?

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#ACR2015 in Tweets

Find out what people are talking about at the ACR Annual Meeting. 

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May 2015

The ACR’s first all-member annual meeting kicked off with social media activity from members from throughout the College (and from one persistent Twitter spam bot). We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. What were your top tweets this year ?

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Your New Favorite Hash Tag

Spotlight on Social Media

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With so many points of intersection between radiology and pathology, it was only a matter of time before physicians in the two specialties started tweeting at each other (and potentially grossing out non-physicians in the process). Here’s how it works.

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9 Tips for Using Twitter and Engaging Attendees at Your Course

An ACR Ed Center faculty member shares her experience adding social media to her most recent course.

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April 2015

I started using Twitter for professional interests in October 2014, and in a relatively short time I have become a huge fan and advocate of Twitter for radiologists. I have enjoyed many benefits that enhance my role as an academic neuroradiologist. Since some of my regular tweets include educational content, I had the idea of using Twitter at the ACR Education Center Neuroradiology course to supplement attendees’ learning and share the classroom experience with other radiologists on Twitter.

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#AUR2015 in Tweets

Radiologists throughout academia gather to talk imaging, teamwork, and leadership.

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April 2015

This year at AUR, the spotlight was on radiologists as part of the care team. We've rounded up our favorite tweets from the meeting, highlighting memorable parts of this year's program. Were you at the meeting? What stood out to you?

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Final Read

Taj Kattapuram, MD

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February 2015

Q: How has social media helped your practice?

 Social media is a wonderful educational and interactive tool for the department of radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Identity Crisis

Are you monitoring your online reputation?

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By the end of 2014, Internet users will total more than 3 billion worldwide.1 This digital revolution has affected health care — particularly radiology, a specialty relying on technology — in many ways.

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Front and Center

Twitter-savvy radiologists use social media to uncover pro-patient solutions.

Providing valuable care to patients has always been a tenet of medicine. Because value means something different to everyone in health care — patient, doctor, and administrator — physicians must strive to create patient-based care that adheres to everyone's needs.

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Is Social Media Worth My Time?

Four radiologists explain how they make social media work for them.social media

Adding social media to your lengthy to-do list might seem daunting. What value does it offer? How do you keep it from becoming unpaid, background noise in an already hectic schedule?

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There's an App for That?

ACR members share their favorite tech tips for getting things done, simplifying life, and streamlining both work and play.theres an app for that

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RadiologyCentral.org, A First Step

“Houston. Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed....One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” — Neil Armstrong (upon landing on the moon on July 20, 1969, and then stepping out onto the lunar surface the following day)a first step

Maybe I am giving a wee bit too much drama and importance to the recent creation of another website. But it is a step forward for our profession. RadiologyCentral.org comes to you from the ACR and the Intersociety Committee (ISC).

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Hash Tag Evolution

AMCLC through social media.hash tag evolution

Social media took center stage at AMCLC, with presenters tweeting from the stage, attendees snapping photos from the audience, and members keeping up with the conference from afar. Now, we've rounded up the best of social media at #AMCLC2013. Were you a part of the action?

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Tweeting the #AMCLC

In the lead-up to AMCLC, here are some tips to help attendees keep up with the action.Tweeting the AMCLC

AMCLC is right around the corner, and what better way to stay connected than via social media? Online platforms will allow conference attendees to network with other professionals, comment on presentations, and draw colleagues' attention to online resources.

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The Speed of Innovation

Mobile radiology apps are evolving at the speed of imagination — but can regulators keep up?speed of innovation

Apple's iPhone kicked off the mobile device revolution just five years ago, and now there are well over a million apps in existence. Tens of thousands of these apps are designed to either improve or maintain user health, doing everything from measuring blood pressure to monitoring a patient's adherence to certain medical treatments.

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Rules of Engagement

Social media transforms your marketing efforts and captivities your audience. Why wait?rules of engagement

Because many vendors at a farmer's market often sell identical produce, you might buy fruit or vegetables indiscriminately.

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