If you are going to be at this year’s AAP National & Exhibition conference in San Diego, come check out a talk I’m giving with Dr. Natasha Burgert. The title of the talk is: 5 Deceptively Easy Ways to Become an Internet – Savvy, 21st century Pediatrician.
We’ve packed the presentation with a lot of information, personal experiences and practical examples that we think are going to be valuable for pediatricians that are looking to remain relevant trusted sources of information in this new, fast-paced, technology driven, mobile phone obsessed culture.
Want a little more? Sure! Here is a glimpse of how we plan to kick off the talk.
Being an internet savvy pediatrician is not just about how to set up a Facebook page or understanding Twitter hashtags. These real-time media channels are certainly important and we will be talking extensively about their utility as a tool, but we will not be telling you the ins and out of how to technically create pages or followings.
Internet savvy pediatricians are intentional in using the web to solve problems, create solutions and improve child health.
This presentation will be about how to leverage the internet and the tools it provides – not only to remain relevant as trusted sources of information – but change pediatrics as we know it today.
Dr. Burgert and I have been working diligently putting together the presentation and we’d be delighted if you stopped by. Oh, and if you are a reader of PediatricInc, come up an introduce yourself. I’d love to meet you.
Session #: S1056
5 Deceptively Easy Ways to Become an Internet – Savvy, 21st Century Pediatrician.
Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am