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This document serves as an archive. PLEASE do not over-write previous weeks' questions.
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Note: Evening #hcsmca chats on 4th (last) Wednesday of the month 9pm ET.
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This document serves as an archive. PLEASE do not over-write previous weeks' questions.
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Chat #DateTopic (120 char or less)Blog postSubmitted ByModeratorTranscriptTagsResources (Optional)# of participants
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252Feb 17-16T1. What do you need to know about an unconference format in order to actively participate either in person or remotely?#hcsmca: The Not so Hidden AgendaRobyn Sussel & Symposium Planning Committee@robynsussel
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T2. If you can’t be at the Symposium, how would you like to virtually interact with those in Vancouver before, during and after?
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T3. Do you agree that conferences MUST have a definable outcome to be deemed a success?
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T4. Do all online communities naturally come to an end? Should they?
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T5. Without a weekly chat, how can the #hcsmca community across Canada stay connected?
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T6. Is there a group in Canada emerging as the obvious home of health care and social media learning (e.g. Mayo Clinic in US)
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251Feb 10-16T1: How do you use EMRs now? What do you value in them? As a health professional, patient, researcher, etc.Moving forward with EMRsDarren Larsen
Revin Samuel
@OntarioEMRs @larsendarren Link to Transcript 25152
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T2: What would the EMR of 2030 look like? Where do we need to get to?
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T3: What could/should be done w/ the vast data in EMR systems to improve patient care, relationships & the healthcare system?
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T4: How to move forward/promote the advanced adoption and use of mature EMR systems?
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250Feb 3-16T1. How do patient stories impact the rare disease community?Preparing for #RareDiseaseDay: Do stories change anything?Emma Rooney@blumencaseyLink to Transcript 25072
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T2. How can we better value patient stories and respond to the insights shared?
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T3. What benefits should patients look for from contributing their stories?
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T4. What stories are missing from the rare disease community and how can we encourage different voices?
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249Jan27-16T1: Should health care providers have the same rights as others to express themselves on social media?Health Care Professionals: Speak your mind, but …Pat Rich@pat_healthLink to Transcript 24971
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T2: Do you have a personal experience or knowledge of a health care colleague who has felt constrained from telling their story on social media or alternately have effectively used social media channels to document a concern?
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T3: Is it valid to place additional constraints on health care professionals to maintain the credibility and integrity of those professions?
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248Jan20-16T1: What makes an unconference or think-tank session work well?How to Unconference #hcsmca StyleColleen Young@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 24863
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T2: What is your one pet peeve about ideation/think-tank sessions? Why do they flop?
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T3: Complete this sentence. My ideal unconference would include ________________.
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T4: What type of outcomes do you expect from an unconference-style meeting?
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247Jan13-16T1. Why does health research matter to you?Patients + Research: Why it matters to you and you matter to itElise Brandt
The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario
@CAHOhospitalsLink to Transcript 247111
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T1b. What impact has health research had on your care experience?
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T2. How can the patient voice support, improve or empower health research?
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T3. How can social media tools break down barriers between research and patients?
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T4. What kind of research information are you looking for on social media?
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246Jan 6-16T1. What do measures of reach tell us when we are evaluating social media campaigns in health?Reaching for Impact: How can we know if social media campaigns improve health?Christine Chambers & Holly Witteman@DrCChambers @hwitteman Link to Transcript 246106
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T2. What other methods can we use to establish impact of social media campaigns on health?
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T3. Can social media campaigns be evaluated using traditional research designs (e.g., RCTs)? Do they need to be?
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T4. Are pre-post designs sufficient for demonstrating the impact of social media campaigns? Can we do better?
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T5. Is it possible to recruit a control group to compare to followers of social media campaigns?
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T6. How could we push the boundaries on evaluating the reach and impact of social media campaigns in health?
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245Dec16-15T1: What keeps patients from being empowered in their health?As the “ePatient movement” gains its voice, I hear a quiet echo…Christina Lizaso@btrfly12 Link to Transcript 245109
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T2: What responsibility falls back on those providing care to help patients navigate the broken system?
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T3: Empowerment can only take healthcare so far. How can “ePatients” be better utilized to improve the systems?
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T3b: How can online social tools support utilizing ePatients and patient input?
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T4: How might people who can’t or don’t want to be “ePatients” be supported? And by whom? The system, providers, patient peers
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244Dec9-15T1: What role can social media play in improving quality in health care?Using Social Media for Quality ImprovementHealth Quality Ontario@DrJoshuaTepperLink to Transcript 24493
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T2: Assuming patient-centred care is better care, what tech, tools, platforms help make care more patient-centred?
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T3: Equity is part of Health Quality Ontario’s quality agenda. How can social media bridge gaps across care related to geography, income, race, etc.?
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243Dec2-15T1a: How can a counterintuitive message like ‘more is not always better’ spread to the Canadian public via social media? Engaging the Public about Choosing Wisely Canada@ChooseWiselyCA@bornkLink to Transcript 24336
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T1b: Are there other examples that we can look to?
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T2: the four questions – how can we spread these?
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T2b: What is the role of social media?
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T3: Do you think patients are ready to ask the 4 questions? What other tools do patients and the public need to start the conversation about overuse?
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242Nov 25-15T1. How can the arts enhance health communication and patient education? Share examples that include social media.What is Arts and Health?@kiratozer @artshealthca@artshealthcaLink to Transcript 24244
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T2. What is needed to introduce/expand the “Arts on Prescription” model in Canada?
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T3. Why is it important to include arts & humanities-based activities in medical/nursing/health curriculums?
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T4. What does Canada need more of to strengthen the ties between arts and health?
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241Nov 18-15What role do patients play, or should they play, in their health care?Patients, Providers and the Future of Health Care@infoway@infoway @colleen_youngLink to Transcript 24145
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How is digital health changing the patient-provider relationship?
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What needs to change in Canadian health care so patients can act as more equal partners?
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240Nov11-15T1: What accessibility barriers to using social media have you or someone you know experienced?Social Media isn’t Accessible for Everyone – #hcsmca Explores@pfanderson @AccessHubQU @mcmilly_s @colleen_youngLink to Transcript 24036
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T2: If improved accessibility means improved access for all, why do these barriers exist?
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T3: One “accommodation” does not fit all. Every social media tool excludes someone. What can you do to ensure your use of social media is more accessible?
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T4: How can we build conversations about social media accessibility into our social communities?
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239Nov4-15T1: Could data sourced from @Infoway’s Data Impact challenge be used to inform future policy decisions?Testing a new data model to support evidence-informed decision makingSimon Hagens@infoway @Colleen_YoungLink to Transcript 23934
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T2: How can the insights gained from this data challenge be shared/used?
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T3: What would you like to learn from future data challenges?
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238Oct28-15T1: What do you think are the keys to successful collaboration?Creative Ways to Boost CollaborationAlaina Cyr@alainaBCyrLink to Transcript 23838
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T2a: What inventive solutions do you/have you seen used to boost collaboration on projects?
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T2b: Why do you think they work?
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T3: What is something that you struggle with? Let’s crowdsource potential solutions!
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237Oct21-15T1: What numeracy skills are increasingly required of patients and family caregivers?Colleen Young x 2 = #hcsmca: Maths and Health@colleen_young @ColleenYoung@colleen_young @ColleenYoungLink to Transcript 23720
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T2a: What actions/projects/solutions have you seen in health and education to improve the public’s health numeracy level? Examples
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T2b: Can social media help improve health numeracy? How?
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T3: Who on Twitter has brought you into their world and led to thinking about your area of interest differently? How?
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236Oct14-15T1: What role should the government play in patient communication?What is the role of Government and Industry Leaders in Patient Communication and the Patient Experience?@williampearl@williampearlLink to Transcript 23622
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T2: What role should pharmaceutical leaders play in patient communication?
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T3: If the #hcsmca community was invited to the table with both political and industry leaders, what advice would you give to facilitate a better patient or caregiver experience?
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T4: What other key stakeholders could improve the patient experience and why?
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235Oct 7-15T1 What does #hcsmca mean to you?#hcsmca Time to Take a Bow@colleen_young@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 23593
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T2 How can we continue to foster a health care social media community in Canada without weekly #hcsmca chats?
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T3 What would your #hcsmca succession plan look like?
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234Sep23-15T1: From your perspective (pls identify), what are the top priorities in telehealth & virtual care today? Why?Telehealth and Virtual Care: The Next Wave!@markcasselman@markcasselman)Link to Transcript 23444
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T2: Where should we be focusing the telehealth & virtual care discussion for the future? What is your vision?
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T3: What is one step that organizations can take to begin the journey to provide more virtual care options? Where do you start?
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233Sep16-15T1: How might we use social media to engage/mobilize the public to make health an election issue?Federal Election 2015: A Vote for Health?@JoAWalker @AureliaCotta@JoAWalker @AureliaCottaLink to Transcript 23368
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T2: How can health groups get their issues on the political agenda, during and after an election?
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T3: Is it appropriate for health professionals to raise political advocacy issues with patients or to encourage them to advocate for changes to the health care system?
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T4 What health issues would you like federal parties to address in #elxn42?
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T5: If there were one question on health asked in Thursday’s #GlobeDebate, what should it be?
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232Sep9-15T1: Is it legitimate to use an established health hashtag to advocate for an issue unrelated to the hashtag?That’s off TopicPat Rich@cmaerLink to Transcript 23235
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T2: How should regular users to the hashtag respond to off topic batch messages?
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T3: If you get aggressive rebuttals from the advocates, how should you act?
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T4: Let’s model good behaviour. What types of posts do you share or want to see on #hcsmca during the week?
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231Sep2-15T1: Has increased info online & social media improved patient’s ability to ask or select cost effective therapies/devices? Why/not?Does Social Media Influence Rx Habits and Choices?@colleen_young@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 23131
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T2: Does social media have any impact on HCP’s prescription habits? For medication, devices, etc.? Why/not? Discuss.
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T3: Do you think use of social media encourages off label use of drugs and devices? Is this bad? Why/not?
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230Aug 26-15T1: If you had a magic wand, what issue would you like solved in health care through the social web and digital technologies?#hcsmca to Host a National Symposium – Come with us to #QF16Kevin Smith
Robyn Sussel
Colleen Young
@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 23041
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T2: What would be the worst possible characteristics of a national #hcsmca symposium and lead to its failure? Have fun with this.
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T3: What essential ingredient would make you really want to attend a national #hcsmca symposium?
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229Aug 19-15T1: How have you been influenced (for better or worse) by celebrity in health decisions?The Celebrity Effect – Who Wins and Who Loses?@colleen_young@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 22951
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T2: How has celebrity influence helped or harmed your cause?
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T3: Can physicians or medical experts play a role as health ‘celebrities’?
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228July 15-15T1: How do you define privacy?What’s your relationship with privacy? Um, it’s complicated.@jsperber@colleen_youngLink to Transcript 22873
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