16:41 CET
C 5 - #ECR2019: Social media in radiology
Education General Radiology Professional Issues General Radiography (Radiographers)
Wednesday, February 27, 16:00 - 17:00
Room: C&T 3
Type of session: Coffee & Talk (open forum)
Topic: Education, General Radiology, Professional Issues, General Radiography (Radiographers)
Moderator: L. M. Sconfienza (Milan/IT)

A-0173
16:00
Chairperson's introduction
L. M. Sconfienza; Milan/IT
Learning Objectives

1. To get familiar with the use of social media in radiology.
2. To understand how social media are pivotal in modern radiology.
3. To learn how social media may help in the relationship between radiologists and patients.

A-0174
16:05
Personal blogs and websites in radiology
C. Clarke; Nottingham/GB
Learning Objectives

1. To get familiar with the most renowned radiology websites and blogs.
2. To understand how radiology websites may help patients and professionals.

A-0175
16:10
Do radiologists use social media?
E. R. Ranschaert; Tilburg/NL
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about the real use of social media by radiologists in daily practice.
2. To understand how social media may make radiologists' work more visible.

A-0176
16:15
Students and trainees' perspective
C. Messina; Milan/IT
Learning Objectives

1. To understand why social media are so important for students and radiology trainees.
2. To learn how social media may be used for students and trainees' education in radiology.

A-0177
16:20
Can social media help to involve patients?
L. Robinson; Gatley/GB
Learning Objectives

1. To understand how social media may help filling the gap among radiology, patients and institutions.
2. To learn how social media may help in pati ents' empowerment in radiology.
3. To become familiar with patients' privacy issues related to social media.

16:25
Open forum discussion
Abstract

How many of you have a Facebook/Twitter/Instagram account?
Is your institution active in the use of social media?
Does anyone have experience in communicating with patients using social media?
Do patients reach you using social media?
Do you feel this is a 'real' way of communicating? Can it improve or replace the direct relationship between radiologist and patients?
Is it fair to advertise your activity/professionalism using social media?

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