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# How the world of health and medical conferences is changing #

# How the world of health and medical conferences is changing #

Melissa SweetMay 17, 20151 Comment

For those with an interest in social

What are you sharing when it comes to health? The latest news on social media

What are you sharing when it comes to health? The latest news on social media

Melissa SweetMay 4, 2015

The latest Pew Report of US media trends shows the dynamic state of the news media indus

We need more than gimmicks to face up to alcohol and other drugs

Michelle HughesNov 12, 2014

Just because ‘there’s an app for that’, doesn’t mean anyone is going to use it.  Responding to the promotion of another simplistic app that purports to challenge young peop

Is fear of social media stopping health services from listening to patients' stories?

Is fear of social media stopping health services from listening to patients' stories?

Melissa SweetAug 24, 20141 Comment

Michael Greco, a founding Director and the Chief Executive of Patient Opinion Australia, is tweeting for

Twitter and health policy research – time to get together?

Twitter and health policy research – time to get together?

Melissa SweetJun 11, 2014

By Lesley Russell, Adjunct Associate Professor, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney

A chance to

A chance to "get social" with AHPRA

Melissa SweetMar 27, 2014

NACCHO creates a health-promoting Twitter storm: “Isn’t it about time we took health advice from the fast food industry?

NACCHO creates a health-promoting Twitter storm: “Isn’t it about time we took health advice from the fast food industry?"

Melissa SweetMar 2, 2014

If you follow NACCHO on Twitter (@NACCHOAustralia), you may recently have seen some digital mischief – otherwise know

Engaging community members as ambassadors for better health: the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

Engaging community members as ambassadors for better health: the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia

Melissa SweetSep 27, 2013

Rosemary Cadden reports from the CRANAplus conference in Darwin: Engaging c

Illustrating the potential harms and benefits of social media

Illustrating the potential harms and benefits of social media

Melissa SweetSep 27, 20131 Comment

Some disturbing examples of inappropriate use of social media by nurses were shown in a presentation at the CRANAplus conference in Darwin yesterday. NSW nurse Laurie Bickhof

 Stickin' It Up The Smokes - has there been a catchier campaign name?

Stickin' It Up The Smokes - has there been a catchier campaign name?

Melissa SweetAug 22, 2013

(This post was updated on 23 Aug with quit-smoking news from the Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council). The NACCHO Summit has been hearing about different tobacco c

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