25/03/2015 11:08:15 PM
A recording of this webinar looking at using Twitter in health services research and presented by Melissa Sweet from Croakey is now available.
Social media for health services research: what works and what doesn’t? TWITTER. Presented by Melissa Sweet, Croakey.
Presenter: Melissa Sweet
Melissa Sweet is an independent journalist who specialises in covering public health, and is the author/co-author of several health-related books. She founded the public health blog Croakey, and is an active blogger and tweeter. She is currently undertaking a PhD at Canberra University, which will produce a long-form work of journalism about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and history, as well as a decolonising methodology for journalism practice. Twitter is a critical part of her PhD, and has also been useful in helping to transform her journalistic practice. She has an adjunct position as Senior Lecturer in the Sydney School of Public Health at the University of Sydney, and chairs the Public Interest Journalism Foundation based at the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne.
A recording of this Webinar is available at: