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Posts Tagged ‘patient’

One Of The First Ever Live-Tweeted Surgeries Was A Success On All Counts

The decision to live-tweet a knee surgery wasn’t one that Ohio State University Medical Center took lightly. They debated it, initially leaning towards scrapping the idea. But when they found a minimally invasive procedure and a patient willing to be part of the process, they decided to take the plunge and live-tweet the first ever surgery on Twitter.
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How Much Sharing Is Too Much When It Comes To Physicians On Twitter?

Fairly or unfairly, doctors are usually held to a higher moral standard than most people – and that applies to tweeting doctors as well. So when a doc bears all on Twitter about a patient’s embarrassing condition, you have to wonder whether it’s just a person letting off some steam after work, or an unethical move from a professional in a sensitive work environment.
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