Looking forward to #asme11

Midnight Fireworks, Edinburgh Hogmanay 2010
Midnight Fireworks, Edinburgh Hogmany 2010 by Graeme Pow

 

Next Friday, 15th July I (Anne Marie), Natalie and Annalisa will be leading a workshop on social media and networks in medical education at ASME 11. The workshop filled up quickly and we already know that some people are making a lot of effort to come and join us. You might be planning your trip now but if you have time it would be great if you could introduce yourself before we meet together on Friday because our main aim for this workshop is to help develop a community and what better time to start than now.

So how can you introduce yourself? You could record a video message or write a blog post on your own blog. If you don’t have your own blog yet then it is easy to set one up using tools such as Blogger (soon to be Google blogs), WordPress or Posterous. If you put a link to this blog post in your post then we well be able to see the ‘track back’. Or you could join this blog as an author- we’d love to have you. Just get in touch! Or you can simply leave a comment here.

What would we like to know? Well, you can say anything but it would be nice to know why you have decided to come to our workshop and what you would like to get out of it. We’re really looking forward to meeting you in Edinburgh!

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  1. #1 by margaret chisolm on July 9, 2011 - 7:34 pm

    I am a psychiatrist and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University. My mission is to demystify psychiatry for patients and doctors. Part of that mission includes promoting the values of humanism and professionalism to medical students. I contribute to the Johns Hopkins Reflections on Clinical Excellence blog http://clinical-excellence.blogspot.com/ and have just launched an independent blog with a post about my goals for attending the ASME workshop http://wholepatients.wordpress.com/
    Looking forward to meeting everyone in Edinburgh!

  2. #2 by amcunningham on July 9, 2011 - 7:47 pm

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