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How should healthcare professionals respond to a medically related social media posting?

Negative comments or publicity has always been one of the major reasons why healthcare professionals don’t like social media. Receiving a negative publicity take toll on the HCPs personal and professional life.So the real questions boils down to, how do we (patients/ HCPs) handle a negative social media comment or publicity

Building a Culture of Accountability

In a recent Patient Safety Conference I was privileged to attend and speak the main theme was Building a

Creativity in Healthcare

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.” – John Lennon This song remained stuck

#ThisIsOurStory: The unheard stories in social media

In the world of click and share of what's in, and what's trending, would there be a room for sharing of problems, will someone care? Too often, social media are also being used to vent out problems. Some may consider these posts annoying and will let it pass their feed, little did we know that the people on the other end are depressed, and actually needs our help.

#EarthDay2016 Tweetchat: How Can Health Professionals #DoNoHarm for #ClimateHealth?

In his text “Epidemics,” Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, commanded doctors to perform two things: to do good and

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Are patient “proxy measures” helpful in assessing the quality of care rendered by a healthcare professional?

Patient measures health care effectiveness by making comparisons of what physicians do against what they understand, of what they “experience”. In short, patients uses proxy measures- a reasonable default because often, the complexity of medical science baffles even the best of its practitioners

Soft Skills In The Hard Reality of Healthcare

In the field of healthcare soft skills are as important as the so called hard skills which includes theoretical

Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery

 Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery Back in highschool, I remember reading the book called the Color Purple.  The novel is

Preconception Health Awareness for Birth Defects and Disability Prevention

Does disability prevention begin in the womb? or earlier? “Prevention is better than cure” has always been a common

How should healthcare professionals respond to a medically related social media posting?

Negative comments or publicity has always been one of the major reasons why healthcare professionals don't like social media. Receiving a negative publicity take toll on the HCPs personal and professional life.So the real questions boils down to, how do we (patients/ HCPs) handle a negative social media comment or publicity?