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1. Work with Standing Commitee Directors to develop videos for each Standing Committee

2. Statements

2.1. "My organisation must change/adapt/do thing s differently to remain competitive"

2.2. "My organisation will becom irrelevant if it does not change"

2.2.1. Agree

2.2.1.1. As things changes you need to adapt

2.2.1.2. Something has to change at a certain point

2.2.1.3. Maybe not after 5 years but after 100 years = irrelevant

2.2.2. Disagree

2.2.2.1. As long as effort and spirit in a organisation you can stay relevant but won't improve

2.3. "MY organization approaches change effectively"

2.3.1. Agree

2.3.2. Disagree

2.3.2.1. Slow process for new organisations

2.3.2.2. Infrastructure is the reason for not approaching change

2.4. "I will become irrelevant if i do not change"

2.5. "I will be less competitive as a doctor if I do not change"

2.6. "I manage change effectively"

3. Social Media Image - IFMSA

3.1. Facebook

3.1.1. IFMSA Page

3.1.2. Standing Committees

3.1.2.1. Pages or Groups?

3.1.2.1.1. SCORA - group

3.1.2.1.2. SCOPE - new group in development

3.1.3. Connect to twitter

3.1.4. Page Content

3.1.4.1. VPE and team

3.2. Twitter

3.2.1. Allow hashtags to grow naturally

3.2.2. Official online accounts for twitter or personal accounts (personal mostly as consensus)

3.2.3. @ifmsaonline

3.2.4. Develop certain hashtags and post them everywhere!

3.3. External publicity

3.3.1. What do our external organization affiliates use? Can we connect to them with their social media?

3.3.2. Users (e.g. people going on exchange, participating in an exchange, affiliated with a project, etc)

3.4. Targeting information

3.4.1. External Organizations

3.4.1.1. Everything should be shareable with externals (of the quality to share)

3.4.2. Members

3.5. Reaching countries that don't typically use facebook/twitter?

3.5.1. ifmsa.org

3.5.1.1. Links to feeds from NMO websites/updates, etc

3.5.1.2. RSS to ifmsa.org

3.5.1.3. Calendars (international/national/regional

3.5.1.4. New applications for the website - how we use new technologies?

3.5.1.5. interconnecting the national and local using social media

3.5.1.6. Information flow is really low from national meetings

3.6. Feed from official congresses/meetings?

3.6.1. Twitter and FB

3.6.1.1. Blogging/etc

3.7. Trainings for medical students and IFMSA members on how to deal with social media.

3.7.1. Minitrainings

3.7.1.1. During meetings, getting people involved

3.7.1.2. Sharing programs, etc

3.7.1.3. Provide standard hashtags

3.7.1.4. Tweet national meetings for LCs

3.8. Protecting IFMSA's image

3.8.1. Separate work stuff from "social"

3.8.2. National Food and Drinking Party

3.8.2.1. Don't put in an album labeled for IFMSA

3.8.2.2. Consider effects on supporters

3.8.2.3. Make sure externals are aware of the actual work results that we achieve

3.8.2.4. Selectivity of what we post on social media

3.8.2.4.1. Policy discussed at AM10 Montreal

3.8.2.4.2. No need to patrol or moderate personal accounts, but do make sure members are informed

3.8.2.4.3. Common sense!

3.8.2.5. Don't affiliate IFMSA with NFD related photos in any official or visible context; separate work from play

3.8.2.6. untag photos - be smart about what you share!

3.8.2.7. Separating Facebook personal from anything that could be linked to IFMSA

3.8.2.8. Focus on using other forms of social media for promoting IFMSA, not so much facebook

3.8.3. Clouding out the negative videos with the positive!

3.9. How to get this info to members using technology?

3.9.1. SCOME project?

3.10. YouTube Channel

3.10.1. IFMSA Official channel already

3.10.2. Short term

3.10.2.1. PreGA videos

3.10.2.1.1. Simple interview style videos for each PreGA

3.10.2.2. GA videos

3.10.2.2.1. Short videos

3.10.3. Long Term

3.10.3.1. Develop tagging system for videos

3.10.3.2. Making sure that we use largely useful videos

3.10.3.3. Posting videos to personal accounts and tweeting - then trying to get them on the official channel if they are relevant

3.10.3.4. Introductory videos explaining commitees/abbreviations, etc

3.11. New Technologies Support Division

3.11.1. NTSD-D but no division!

3.11.2. Talk to old/new director about forming terms

3.11.3. Need teams for youtube, blog, etc

3.11.4. Work with Standing Committee Directors

3.12. Reaching nonIFMSAers (or locals that don't know the lingo)

3.12.1. Email

3.12.2. Twitter - be simple in language

3.12.3. Continuously throw out info

3.12.4. Tweet to national & local officers?

3.12.5. Google + ?

4. SWG - Improving IFMSA

4.1. 1

4.1.1. New Database

4.1.1.1. Work&Social aspects combined

4.1.1.2. Official twitter account

4.1.2. Twitter-Splash: During events/projects

4.1.3. Social media timeline from IFMSA

4.1.4. Toolbar design for IFMSA-Work

4.1.5. ifmsa.org - News Feed - Infos about other NMOs

4.1.6. More technical support? - NSTDD + ?

4.1.7. Link NMO pages to ifmsa.org

4.1.8. Information/CI/Respresentation control?

4.1.9. Official hashtags?

4.2. 2

4.2.1. Facebook

4.2.1.1. Groups

4.2.1.2. MD Geeks

4.2.1.3. Page

4.2.2. Now: Promotion

4.2.3. Future: More about communication

4.2.4. Blogs

4.2.5. Yahoogroups suck --> Switch to google

4.2.6. Twitter

4.2.7. Database

4.2.7.1. Communication plattform

4.2.8. Google Documents

4.2.8.1. File Sharing

4.2.8.2. Communication

4.2.8.3. Google groups

4.3. 3

4.3.1. #ifmsaam11

4.3.1.1. Twitterfountain

4.3.1.1.1. During the GA

4.3.1.1.2. During the social program?

4.3.1.2. Interactive treasure hunt

4.3.1.2.1. Neue Idee

4.3.1.3. Promote twitter through games

4.3.2. Short [email protected] 2.0 presentation to each NMO

4.3.3. Approach externals during theme event

4.3.4. Promote use of mind maps during the SC-Sessions

4.3.5. GA-Mindmamp

4.3.5.1. From all SC sessions

4.3.5.2. Participants list

4.3.6. Pre-GA participants as changing [email protected] 2.0 Agents

4.3.7. Neue Idee

4.4. 4

4.4.1. NMO's [email protected] 2.0 Training

4.4.1.1. New tech tutorial

4.4.1.2. Mindmap instead of minutes

4.4.2. Live twittering from GA's

4.4.2.1. Good representation towards externals

4.4.2.2. Feedback from non-GA-attending IFMSA members

4.4.2.3. IFMSA account should follow important externals

5. Browsers

5.1. Mail Services

5.1.1. Hotmail,Gmail, Yahoo

5.1.2. Google wave

5.1.2.1. Open Source Now

5.1.3. Followup.cc

5.2. Security

5.2.1. Anti-virus

5.2.2. Firewall

5.2.3. Anti-spyware

5.2.4. Downloads.cnet.com

6. Smartphones

6.1. Iphone

6.2. Android

6.3. Blackberry

6.4. Med Apps

6.4.1. clinical prcatice

6.4.1.1. medscape

6.4.1.2. New node

6.4.1.3. New England

6.4.1.4. Radiopedia

6.4.1.5. pubmed

6.4.1.6. Radiology 2.0

6.4.1.7. Neuromind

6.4.1.8. Prognosis

6.4.1.9. medcalc

6.4.1.10. Harvard Public Health News

6.4.1.11. Medical Apps Online directory

7. Social Media

7.1. nameshapers.com

7.1.1. the steps

7.1.1.1. confusion and concerns

7.1.1.2. create

7.1.1.3. costumise

7.1.1.4. Communication

7.1.1.5. control

7.1.2. Twitter

7.1.2.1. communicate

7.1.2.1.1. tweet

7.1.2.1.2. retweet

7.1.2.1.3. #hashtag

7.1.2.1.4. foto

7.1.2.1.5. link

7.1.3. Document Collaboration

7.1.3.1. Tweetdoc

7.1.4. Delicious

7.1.4.1. Use tags to organize bookmarks

7.1.5. Linked in

7.1.6. Slideshare

7.1.7. google +

7.1.8. Distribution

7.1.8.1. Crowdbooster

7.1.8.2. Dlvr.it

7.1.8.3. Tweet Deck

7.1.8.4. Hootsuite

7.2. dlvr.it

7.3. Issu

7.4. RSS Feed

7.4.1. External warnings from updates from a website without visiting it

7.4.2. RSS Feedreader communicates with other websites

7.4.2.1. netvibes.com

8. Imaging and Video

8.1. Images

8.1.1. Imaging

8.1.1.1. Pixels

8.1.1.1.1. Pictures elements = Each pixel represents the color at a single point in the image

8.1.1.2. Bitmaps

8.1.1.2.1. Array of pixels

8.1.1.3. Resolution

8.1.1.4. Vectors

8.1.1.4.1. Contain a geometric description which can be rendered smoothly at any desired display size.

8.2. Video

8.3. File formats

8.3.1. Bit

8.3.1.1. Computers + digital A/V device stores information through a series of 0`s and 1`s. Each 0 or 1 = One Bit

8.3.2. Byte

8.3.2.1. 8 Bits

8.3.3. Codec

8.3.3.1. (short forcompressor/decompressor) System for compressing a large amount of data into a smaller, manageable file, which can then later be opened or decompressed to deliver the original contents.

8.3.3.2. Lossy

8.3.3.2.1. Degradation of sound or picture quality in the process of squeezing and then unpacking a file

8.3.3.3. Lossless

8.3.3.3.1. a codec can reproduce the original data with no loss of quality or nuance

8.4. Tools

8.4.1. Imaging

8.4.1.1. www.picnik.com

8.4.1.2. Everystockphoto

8.4.1.3. Editing

8.4.1.3.1. Paint

8.4.1.3.2. Microsoft image editor

8.4.1.3.3. iStockphoto

8.4.1.3.4. Microsoft Office Picture Manager

8.4.1.3.5. Nuevo nodo

8.4.1.3.6. GIMP

8.4.1.3.7. Adobe

8.4.1.4. Searching

8.4.1.4.1. Photocase

8.4.1.4.2. www.kuler.adobe.com

8.4.1.4.3. Flickr

8.4.1.5. Managing

8.4.1.5.1. Twitpic

8.4.1.5.2. Google Picasso

8.4.2. Videos

8.4.2.1. Sony vegas

8.4.2.2. You Tube - online video

8.4.2.3. Vimeo

8.4.2.4. Adobe

8.4.2.4.1. After Effects

8.4.2.4.2. Pro

8.4.2.4.3. Premiere Pro

8.4.2.5. VLC

8.4.2.6. Pinnacle Studio

8.4.2.7. Xtranormal

8.4.2.8. Prezi

8.4.2.9. Windows Live MovieMaker

8.4.2.10. Real Player

8.4.2.11. iMovie

8.4.2.12. Premiera

8.4.2.13. Dafont

8.4.2.14. ZamZar.com

8.4.2.14.1. Download music or videos from youtube

9. Change management

9.1. "Accept that a change is coming"

9.2. Social media revolution

9.2.1. Over 50% of the world population is under 30

9.2.2. 93% of marketer suse social media

9.2.3. 50% of the tmobile internet traffic in the UK is for twitter

9.2.4. We don't have a choice if we should do social media, the question is how well we do it

9.2.5. What happens in Vegas stays in Twitter, youtube, fb, flickr...

9.3. TED Talk: Daniel Kraft

9.4. Resisting change: Why?

9.4.1. We are not used to it

9.4.2. It's new

9.4.3. It's scary

9.4.4. Put your trust into a chip after 15 years practicing medicine?

9.4.5. Time issue to learn new things

9.4.6. More resistants if changes come abruptly

9.4.7. Your surroundings influence you

9.5. Kotters 8 Elements

9.5.1. Steps

9.5.1.1. 1- Increase urgency

9.5.1.2. 2- Building guiding teams

9.5.1.3. 3- Get the vision right

9.5.1.4. 4- Communication for buy-in

9.5.1.5. 5- Enable action

9.5.1.6. 6- Create short-term wins

9.5.1.7. 7- Don't let-up

9.5.1.8. 8- Anchor the Changes in Corporate Culture

10. Why/How/What - Participants

10.1. Why?

10.1.1. It will be very important to our future

10.1.2. Be part of this process

10.1.3. Because technology is getty everyday more important in daily life

10.1.4. Build awreness = Preventive medicine

10.1.5. To be part of the revolution

10.1.6. Capacity building through easy sharing of experience

10.1.7. Use of technology for education and raising awareness

10.1.8. Because I care

10.1.9. To know how to use new technologies

10.1.10. Faster access to information

10.1.11. To reach medical students in an effeective way

10.1.12. Because we believed people should be empowered

10.1.13. Efficient fast universal healthcare

10.1.14. Improve patient self-responsibilty

10.1.15. Fast information acess

10.1.16. Make information more accessible

10.1.17. Access to valuable information

10.1.18. To get tools to improve our healthcare system through social media

10.1.19. Personal development

10.1.20. To be better in technology field

10.1.21. Because we can

10.1.22. The world is changing and we need to be prepare for that

10.1.23. Improve communicatoin among medical students

10.1.24. Be one of the innovators - At least "early"

10.1.25. Good, easy and available communication

10.1.26. Share, care, learn

10.1.27. To keep in time with the times

10.1.28. Make things move forward at a faster speed

10.1.29. Everyone should have access to health information

10.1.30. 'Cause we are clever and smart but we want to be more than that

10.2. How?

10.3. What?

10.3.1. Practical connecting

11. E-Patient

11.1. 2.0 Doctor Patient Relationship

11.1.1. Group 1

11.1.1.1. Doctors vs Patient

11.1.1.1.1. Should be complient

11.1.1.1.2. the doctor can't solve all the problems

11.1.1.2. Patient vs Doctor

11.1.1.2.1. Should listen very carefully

11.1.1.2.2. Should look out for alarm signs

11.1.1.2.3. take more time with the patient

11.1.1.2.4. Emphasizing with easier language

11.1.1.2.5. Be honest

11.1.1.2.6. Be up to date

11.1.1.2.7. Should be involved in the decision making

11.1.1.2.8. aware of different cultures

11.1.1.3. Technology

11.1.1.3.1. Online consultations

11.1.2. Group 2

11.1.2.1. Doctors can start using Google Calender

11.1.2.1.1. available for patients

11.1.2.2. Create screening system

11.1.2.2.1. example from a physician who created a questionnaire can be formed

11.1.2.3. Should doctors allow patients to email them?

11.1.2.3.1. it needs to be regulated!

11.1.2.3.2. Create a professional page with the information you would like to spread concerning

11.1.2.4. Create a facebook PAGE

11.1.2.5. talk to your patients about this

11.1.2.5.1. empower them

11.1.2.5.2. even if you give them your information

11.1.2.6. Giving access to patients data

11.1.2.7. Consultations via skype

11.1.2.8. Give patients responsabilites

11.1.2.9. Frequently asked questions

11.1.2.10. Official website by doctors

11.1.2.10.1. where patients can be sent through

11.1.2.11. Set the ground rules

11.1.2.12. Teaching medical technology

11.1.3. Group 3

11.1.3.1. Email to answer specific questions

11.1.3.2. Usage of the Body browser

11.1.3.3. Creating routine questions

11.1.3.4. guiding through to good resources (questions)

11.1.3.5. Redesign the test results

11.1.3.5.1. easier to understand

11.1.3.6. Body network

11.1.3.7. Exchange information with patients who have recovered.

11.1.4. Group 4

11.1.4.1. Patients going online to find information

11.1.4.1.1. doesn't trust the doctor

11.1.4.1.2. wants peers to discuss

11.1.4.2. What should we do as doctors

11.1.4.2.1. Guide the patients online

11.1.4.2.2. to make the information understandable

11.1.4.3. Patient doctor relationship

11.1.4.3.1. see them as 1 person

11.1.4.3.2. create a good relationship

11.1.4.3.3. guide them to look for "some information"

11.1.4.4. Importance for evidence based medicine

12. Study Methods

12.1. Tools

12.1.1. Quizlet

12.1.2. Never Forget

12.2. Note Taking

12.2.1. Microsoft Office OneNote

12.2.2. Evernote

12.3. Resources

12.3.1. List.ly

12.3.2. Google Body browser

12.3.3. twitter accounts

12.3.3.1. @amcummigham

12.3.3.2. @medschooladvice

12.3.3.3. #meded chats

12.3.4. Focus

12.3.4.1. White noise generator

12.3.4.1.1. Simply Noise

12.3.4.2. Removing Distractions

12.3.4.2.1. StayFocusd

12.4. Evaluations

13. Open Space Technology

13.1. Twitter during the GA - interactions?

13.2. Sharing and Collaboration

13.2.1. Yammer

13.2.1.1. As tool for colaboration with the NMO

13.2.1.2. Helps you reduce your email information flow within the organisation

13.2.2. Mindmap

13.2.2.1. All SC-Sessions should be mindmapped

13.2.3. [email protected] 2.0 SCOME-Project?

13.2.3.1. e-Medicine corporation

13.2.3.2. Training for medical students

13.2.3.3. Healthcare specific training for students

13.2.4. How to GA?

13.2.4.1. Random videos about different parts of the GA

13.2.5. Blogging as a promotion and information tracking tool

13.3. Health 2.0 mini-training

13.3.1. Training in each SC

13.3.2. "The recepy book"

13.3.3. Project Fair

13.3.3.1. Space with [email protected] 2.0 goodies

13.3.3.2. Present our ideas

13.3.3.3. [email protected] 2.0 Desk

13.3.3.3.1. How to use twitter?

13.3.3.3.2. Twitter fountain

13.4. Twitter

13.4.1. Twitterfountain

13.4.1.1. In each session

13.4.1.2. In each coffee brakes

13.4.2. Empower participants to share

13.4.3. Filter information

14. ToDo

14.1. [email protected] 2.0 Videos

14.1.1. Talk to all SC

14.1.1.1. [email protected] 2.0 Trainers

14.1.2. Personalized video from each SC

14.2. [email protected] 2.0 SCOME Project

14.2.1. Get in touch with SCOME

14.3. How to GA?

14.3.1. GA descriptions

14.4. Pre-GA Workshops videos

14.5. Take [email protected] 2.0 participants to do explanation videos

15. Open Mic AM11

15.1. Share ideas

15.2. Arrival day

15.2.1. Time: 1:00-3:30 PM

15.3. Logistics

15.3.1. Microphone

15.3.2. 170 seats

15.4. 2 Minutes questions time?

15.5. Marketing

15.5.1. FB-Page AM Meeting

15.5.2. General Server email

15.5.3. Open mic event

15.5.4. Relaxed atmosphere

15.5.5. FB-Status

15.5.5.1. Copy/paste status

15.5.5.2. Change your profile picture

15.5.5.3. Like, like, like!

15.5.6. Delegation round mail

15.5.7. Pay forward

15.5.7.1. Talk to 3 people, tell them to talk to 3 more ppl

15.5.8. OC Desk at the GA

15.5.8.1. Videos

15.5.9. All volunteers should spread the word

15.5.10. Post its everywhere

15.5.11. Flashmob

15.6. Speakers

15.6.1. Speakerslist

15.6.2. Relaxed atmosphere

15.6.3. Webcam speakers?

15.7. Topics

15.7.1. No bounderies!

15.7.2. Everything that inspires you

15.8. Registration form

15.8.1. Only for speakers!

16. Feedback

16.1. General

16.1.1. Amazing!

16.1.2. Beginner and advanced Pre-GA

16.1.3. [email protected] 2.0 TNT!

16.1.4. [email protected] 2.0 Summer school!

16.1.5. Awesome!

16.1.6. Great!

16.1.7. Thanks to all the participants. We can work as a team.

16.1.8. How are we as participants stay up to date?

16.1.9. We made the name [email protected] 2.0 name legendary

16.2. Trainers

16.2.1. Amazing energy

16.2.2. Lots of knowledge

16.2.3. "Your energy was like a virus"

16.2.4. You were amazing as a team

16.2.5. You realized when we needed space

16.3. Like

16.3.1. No ground rules!

16.3.2. 2nd day! [email protected] topics were good

16.3.3. [email protected] focused topics were great

16.3.4. Good topic selection thought big topic

16.3.5. Learned a lot

16.3.6. I feel more empowered towards social media

16.3.7. Social media is such a vital topic

16.3.8. I was exhausted before the Pre-GA short before burnout... Now I feel so motivated.

16.3.9. "You build a Pre-GA from the Scratch"

16.3.10. "Everyone knew about the Pre-GA"

16.3.11. It was amazing how we spread out

16.3.12. Inspired even thought I arrived with negative expectations

16.3.13. We created a splash

16.3.14. You inspired me towards social media

16.3.15. Thinking outside of the box

16.3.16. Enough free space to be creative and shares ideas

16.4. Dislike

16.4.1. Divide more the topics

16.4.2. Too much in a model

16.4.3. Too many topics

16.4.4. More structure

16.4.5. More practical excercises

16.5. For the future

16.5.1. Glossary of the tools/programs

16.5.2. Video editing session

16.5.3. Dynamic agenda with post its

16.5.4. More tasks with forehand

16.5.5. [email protected] 2.0 Sessions/TNT @ EuRegMe

16.5.6. Dangers while using social media

16.5.7. What can we really achieve? Let's stay realistic

16.5.8. New name?

16.5.9. Better description

16.5.10. There has to be a next workshop!

16.6. We will make a personal feedback video and upload it to the dropbox!

17. [email protected] 2.0

17.1. 3-4 days integrated with an open mic

17.2. Twitter = Is like staying on top on the building and shout

17.2.1. If anyone can listen... they can... or not

17.2.2. Perfect medium to patrice the law of aabundance

17.2.3. Within the IFMSA = opportunity to communicate

17.3. 5 Goals

17.3.1. Get you on board of this on going process

17.3.2. Work easier not harder

17.3.3. TEDx Maastricht

17.3.4. Build a network

17.3.4.1. If you want to change the future, you

17.3.5. Twitter as

18. Nuevo nodo

19. New node

20. New node