Social Media: Going Viral Agains HIV
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) AIDS Institute, in partnership with AIDS.gov, is holding a one day forum on social media and HIV/STIs on Tuesday, December 7, 2010, at New York University’s Kimmel Center in New York City. [Note: Find a recap of the conference at Anna Vinogradova's Blog]
‘The social media revolution is the most far-reaching communications development since Gutenberg’s printing press‘ is the first thing you read when visiting the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media’s website. Lee Aase manage this unique initiative that builds on Mayo Clinic’s recognized leadership among health care organizations in using social media tools. During the Social Media and HIV conference in New York we will have the chance to learn more from other pioneers in using Social Media platform to lead better and cheaper health care. Below are some of the speakers:
- Becky Allen is the site manager for TheBody.com and its sister site for health care professionals, TheBodyPRO.com, both part of HealthCentral.
- Diane Brodalski provided leadership on the development of the recently released CDC Health Communicator’s Social Media Toolkit
- Bradley Jobling is the Social Media Manager for the Columbia University Medical Center Department of Surgery, creating its social media program and implementing it through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs.
- Eunic Ortiz is the Web and Social Media Manager and a Press Officer to the New York City Council
- Michelle Samplin-Salgado is the New Media Strategist for the federal HHS initiative AIDS.gov and a consultant at John Snow, Inc,
This conference will be also webcasted here, and we will enjoy speakers talking about implementing of Social Media campaigns.
[Note: Find a recap of the conference at Anna Vinogradova's Blog]