Win Grand Prizes by Sharing Your Own Social Media Story in Health or Medicine!
November 02, 2011 Posted in Webicina, Announcement, CampaignThere is a new social campaign being launched right now on Webicina.com that curates the medical resources of social media in 80 topics in 18 languages:
We receive hundreds of suggestions from empowered patients and medical professionals every week about which social media resources should be included in our selections, and we thought we must find a way to let them know how much we appreciate their help. So now we kindly ask you to tell us your story about how social media helped you improve your health management or helped you get better in your specialty in order to win grand prizes. As we curate resources in basically all the social media platforms, you can tell your story in any platforms from Twitter and Facebook to blogs and Youtube. Your submissions will be reviewed by an expert jury, members of the Webicina Advisory Board. The very best of these stories will get great publicity.Here are the details: Who can enter the competition: Anyone who tells their story between the 2nd of November, 2011 and the 30th of November, 2011 about how social media helped them manage their health as a patient or run their professional life better as a medical professional. The more inspiring and engaging the story is, the bigger the chance is for winning the grand prizes! We curate all kinds of social media platforms so we welcome submissions from any of these platforms with such conditions:
- A Twitter message or stream of messages using the #Webicina hashtag.
- A Youtube video using the Webicina tag.
- A Vimeo video using the Webicina tag.
- A Facebook status update or stream of status updates using the @Webicina tag.
- A blog entry in which a link to Webicina.com is included.
- A Friendfeed.com message or stream of messages using the #Webicina hashtag.
- A Slideshare.net slideshow using the Webicina tag.
- If you wish to use a different platform, please ask us for advice!
- Lucien Engelen (Director of Radboud REshape & Innovation Center and TEDxMaastricht founder),
- e-Patient Dave deBronkart (the global e-patient leader),
- Denise Silber (French e-health leader and organizer of Doctors 2.0 and You),
- Kerri Morrone Sparling (award-winner diabetes blogger and community leader),
- Dr Mike Cadogan (number one medical blogger in Australia)
- Dr. Ves Dimov (founder of the most popular online case-based curriculum of clinical medicine)