Follow leading medical journals, such as The Lancet (@TheLancet) and Medical Express (@medical_xpress), and stay abreast of research in the rheumatology field by following the Rheumatology Research Foundation (@RheumResearch).
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Gain insight into patient perspectives by following advocacy groups, such as the Arthritis Foundation (@arthritisfdn).
Keep informed on industry and legislative changes with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (@CMSGov).
@HablemosDeLupus, a new social media initiative, Hablemos de Lupus—which translates to Let’s Talk About Lupus—focuses on sharing accurate lupus information with Spanish-speaking patients in Latin America. All rheumatologists with Spanish-speaking patients—including those in the U.S.—can lean on Hablemos’ social media channels.
Consider using a disclaimer, such as “Tweets not medical advice” or “Views are my own” on your bio.
For a full list of Twitter chats for doctors and patients that are held on a regular basis. Featured chats include #LupusChat and #CreakyChats for rheumatic diseases.
- Bazaman M. These are the doctors tapping into social media. Kantar Media Healthcare Research. 2018 Jan 12.