How Oncology Clinicians Learn and Share on Social Media

April 2021

Social media is a powerful tool that oncology clinicians increasingly use to access emerging clinical evidence, engage with patients, and learn about experiences from the field. However, like any tool, it must be used deliberately, with an understanding of its limitations, to maximize benefits and avoid undesirable effects.

This second blog in Discern Health’s Journal of Clinical Pathways social media and quality mini-series describes how oncology clinicians are using social media, potential social media pitfalls, and recommendations for helping clinicians navigate the social media landscape to ultimately improve quality of care.

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New Report: Recommendations for Patient and Family Engagement in Measure Development

Harnessing the stories, ideas, and innovations of patient and caregiver partners is the key to making measurement meaningful. With support from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)...
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