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02/19/2014

Social Media in Healthcare - A New Lecture Series at USciences

As healthcare conversations between providers and patients continue evolving into global, participatory discussions via social media, Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy at University of the Sciences will kick off an informative three-part lecture series on March 13 regarding social media as a means of communicating with patients.  The first lecture, presented by Matt Prior, MPH, Director of Communications and Policy Coordinator, Philadelphia Department of Health, will focus on how that department used social media to improve the use of condoms in Philly. 
 
At the conclusion of the lecture series, the University's Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy will hold its annual “Making the Connections” program on Tuesday, April 22, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., in the University’s AstraZeneca Auditorium, located in the McNeil Science and Technology Center. This year’s program will highlight social media in healthcare.
 
Murray Aitken, Executive Director of the IMS Institute, will be a panelist on April 22, speaking on the new report Engaging Patients Through Social Media.  Find out more information about the program email MayesCollegeConnections@usciences.edu.

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