Experts from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center participated in various sessions and presentations during the 2022 Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society Annual International Meeting. In this video, pediatric anesthesiologist and intensivist Sean Barnes discusses his presentation on how critical care medicine can leverage social media. The presentation also defined social media and reviewed how various platforms can enrich the conference experience.
Hello. My name is Sean Barnes and I'm an assistant professor at johns Hopkins in the department of anesthesia and critical care medicine. I'll be presenting at the pediatric cardiac intensive care society's annual meeting in Miami florida. At this meeting I'll be on a panel reviewing the risks versus benefits of social media use in critical care medicine and be presenting the physician's perspective in my talk will first define social media, explain why all healthcare stakeholders should be on social media and then review strategies for leveraging social media and critical care medicine. It's important to recognize that social media really is just allowing for interactions between people. And this is occurring on a virtual platform. We'll review various social media platforms and discuss which ones are best for professional purposes such as how you would use them in critical care medicine. Review the content that allows for educational topics to be shared on social media and then review some of the benefits of these platforms such as global interaction in search optimization or you leverage hashtags such as Pedes I. C. U. Well then spend a lot of time talking about lifelong learning is that's a major benefit of social media will review the professional societies and critical care medicine that exist on social media platforms as well as organizations that relate to them. And lastly we'll review the critical care medicine journals, medical journals that are on social media platforms as this is where current content is being shared and delivered more reliably. And lastly we'll review how lifelong learning really is meeting people and we'll discuss how you can find those people in the critical care medicine, community leveraging, hashtags. We'll briefly discuss research, promotion and collaboration, as well as how you can enrich conference experiences through social media, and then we'll review how one can use current events and advocacy really at the highest level, and when we'll discuss some of the current controversies existing on social media right now and the twitter platform and review maybe some alternatives and med mastodon.