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#hcsm – August 15, 2010

Wrong time zone? No sweat. Don’t like Twitter.com, TweetDeck, TweetChat, or TweetGrid for #hcsm? No sweat. Forget about #hcsm this week? Well…we won’t hold it against you..for too long.

We’re trying out a new way to keep the great discussions that occur every week during the #hcsm chats alive.

Watch the live #hcsm stream on August 15, 2010 at 8pm Central here (new window). If you missed the chat, you should be able to come back and scroll through it again, any time.

August 15 topics:

  1. Should you friend your patients? (If you’re not a doc – should you/would you friend your doctor?) #hcsm
  2. Where do you get your health information from online? Who/what do you trust? Are these offline sources that you transfer your trust to online? #hcsm
  3. What should collaboration (in social media) between public health agencies and the broader public health community look like? #hcsm

Warning: this is experimental. If you submit a comment via the pop-out window during the designated #hcsm hour, the moderator makes no guarantee that she will see it and/or approve it to be included in the stream for play back at a later date.

If you watched the chat through CoverItLive, or are reading back through the chat afterward – please provide feedback!

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