Diabetes, Insulin, Social Media: Results of Tweetchat #doctors20
Quite an active tweetchat today on Insulin and Social Media with patients and researchers.
Doctors 2.0 & You is partnering with LexisNexis BIS Life Sciences researchers to produce ISMOR, Insulin Social Media Original Research in time for Doctors 2.0 & You, June 6-7, 2013, we decided to set up a tweetchat early in the process to see what interests social media types, patients and others, on the subject.
For one intense hour on the #doctors20 hashtag, we tweeted in English and French between England and France, primarily, given the hour we chose. You can see on the left how our #doctors20 just soared upward and onward.
Some of the subjects raised by patients were insulin and: pregnancy, bolus, side effects, DAFNE (UK), IF (France). The interest of all sorts of resources was noted: official sources, patient education, social media…PWD (patients with diabetes) already meet weekly in the UK online thanks to @thegbdoc on Twitter and soon to come in France, thanks to @afd_75
We’d love for you to glance at the transcript from beginning to end in chronological order
And last but not least, have a look below at the first entries in our “diabetes on twitter” universe.
You can visit live this Diabetes on Twitter Directory, on the Basil Strategies Tool. You’ll be able to filter the list by the criteria and it’s updated daily. Let us know if your account is relevant to the list and wish to be included. doctors20 @ basilstrategies.com
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