Social Media and Health Care Professionals (Ventola, 2014)

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1. Benefits

1.1. Professional Networking

1.2. Professional Education

1.3. Organizational Promotion

1.3.1. Medical School Promotion

1.4. Patient Care

1.5. Patient Education

1.5.1. PatientsLikeMe

1.5.2. Breast Cancer Social Media

1.6. Public Health Programs

1.6.1. Organ Donor

1.6.2. CDC blog

2. Dangers

2.1. Poor Quality of Information

2.2. Damage to Professional Image

2.3. Breaches of Patient Privacy

2.4. Violation of the Patient–HCP Boundary

2.5. Licensing Issues

2.6. Legal Issues

3. Guidelines

3.1. Concepts for Health Care Organizations’ Social Media Policies

3.2. Social Media Policy Database

3.3. Common Guidelines for the Use of Social Media by HCPs

4. Social Media Sites

4.1. Social Networking Sites

4.1.1. Sermo

4.1.2. Doximity

4.1.3. Medical Directors Forum

4.1.4. Student Doctor Network

4.1.5. QuantiaMD

4.1.6. Doctors’ Hangout

4.1.7. Doc2Doc

4.1.8. PharmQD

4.1.9. The Pharmacist Society

4.1.10. ANANurseSpace

4.1.11. NursingLink

4.1.12. SocialRN

4.2. Blogs

4.2.1. Clinical Cases blog

4.2.2. BMJ blog

4.3. Microblogs

4.3.1. #HCSM

4.3.2. #MDChat

4.3.3. #Health20

4.4. Wikis

4.4.1. RxWiki

4.4.2. Wikimedicine

4.5. Media Sharing Sites

4.5.1. The Doctors’ Channel

4.5.2. Khan Academy: Health and Medicine

4.6. Virtual Reality and Gaming Environments

4.6.1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) education center

4.6.2. CliniSpace

4.6.3. OpenSim

4.6.4. InWorld Solutions