Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

Developing a Curriculum to Promote Professionalism for Medical Students Using Social Media: Pilot of a Workshop and Blog-Based Intervention

Developing a Curriculum to Promote Professionalism for Medical Students Using Social Media: Pilot of a Workshop and Blog-Based Intervention

Developing a Curriculum to Promote Professionalism for Medical Students Using Social Media: Pilot of a Workshop and Blog-Based Intervention

Journals

  1. Hussain S, Hussain S, Khalil M, Salam S, Hussain K. Pharmacy and medical students' attitudes and perspectives on social media usage and e-professionalism in United Arab Emirates. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2021;13(2):102 View
  2. Lewis J, Fane K, Ingraham A, Khan A, Mills A, Pitt S, Ramo D, Wu R, Pollart S. Expanding Opportunities for Professional Development: Utilization of Twitter by Early Career Women in Academic Medicine and Science. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e11140 View
  3. Jones K, Fortenberry K, Sanyer O, Knighton R, Van Hala S. Creation of a family medicine residency blog. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 2018;53(5-6):427 View
  4. Ranginwala S, Towbin A. Use of Social Media in Radiology Education. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):190 View
  5. Fatollahi J, Colbert J, Agarwal P, Lee J, Lehmann E, Yuan N, Lehmann L, Chretien K. The Impact of Physician Social Media Behavior on Patient Trust. AJOB Empirical Bioethics 2020;11(2):77 View
  6. Ahmed W, Jagsi R, Gutheil T, Katz M. Public Disclosure on Social Media of Identifiable Patient Information by Health Professionals: Content Analysis of Twitter Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e19746 View
  7. Weijs C, Coe J, Desmarais S, Majowicz S, Jones-Bitton A. Effects of Mock Facebook Workday Comments on Public Perception of Professional Credibility: A Field Study in Canada. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(4):e12024 View
  8. Walsh A, Peters M, Saralkar R, Chisolm M. Psychiatry Residents Integrating Social Media (PRISM): Using Twitter in Graduate Medical Education. Academic Psychiatry 2019;43(3):319 View
  9. Mabey R, Mohr P, Ingram D, Mohr T, Swisher L. Physical Therapist Student Use of Social Media and Perceptions of Professional Behaviors Regarding Social Media Postings. Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2019;33(3):249 View
  10. Karveleas I, Kyriakouli A, Koukou M, Koufatzidou M, Kalogirou E, Tosios K. The relationship between Facebook behaviour and e‐professionalism: A questionnaire‐based cross‐sectional study among Greek dental students. European Journal of Dental Education 2021;25(1):151 View
  11. Zalpuri I, Domakonda M, Wrzosek M, DeJong S. Trainees on Technological Terrain: a Video Vignette-Based Tool to Teach E-Professionalism. Academic Psychiatry 2021;45(2):224 View
  12. O’Connor S, Zhang M, Honey M, Lee J. Digital professionalism on social media: A narrative review of the medical, nursing, and allied health education literature. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;153:104514 View
  13. Soubra R, Hasan I, Ftouni L, Saab A, Shaarani I. Future healthcare providers and professionalism on social media: a cross-sectional study. BMC Medical Ethics 2022;23(1) View
  14. Vukušić Rukavina T, Viskić J, Machala Poplašen L, Relić D, Marelić M, Jokic D, Sedak K. Dangers and Benefits of Social Media on E-Professionalism of Health Care Professionals: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(11):e25770 View
  15. Yu Z, Sukjairungwattana P, Xu W. Bibliometric analyses of social media for educational purposes over four decades. Frontiers in Psychology 2023;13 View
  16. Brunner M, Rietdijk R, Togher L. Training Resources Targeting Social Media Skills to Inform Rehabilitation for People Who Have an Acquired Brain Injury: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(4):e35595 View
  17. Guraya S, Yusoff M, Rashid-Doubell F, Harkin D, Al-Amad S, Fredericks S, Halabi M, Abdullah N, Moussa H, Mallah S, Sefen J, AlKoheji H, Althawadi M, Alabbasi L, Nor M, Reguig F, Guraya S. Changing Professional Behaviors in the Digital World Using the Medical Education e-Professionalism (MEeP) Framework—A Mixed Methods Multicentre Study. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
  18. Zhu X, Yang C, Ding L, Zhang X, Qiao G, Gao X, Yang F, Schoultz M. Social media usage of chinese nursing students: Attitudes, motivations, mental health problems, and self-disclosure. PLOS ONE 2022;17(12):e0277674 View
  19. Smith K, Torous J, Cipriani A. Teaching Telepsychiatry Skills: Building on the Lessons of the COVID-19 Pandemic to Enhance Mental Health Care in the Future. JMIR Mental Health 2022;9(10):e37939 View
  20. Slade C, McCutcheon K, Devlin N, Dalais C, Smeaton K, Slade D, Brown Wilson C. A Scoping Review of eProfessionalism in Healthcare Education Literature. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2023;87(11):100124 View
  21. Runyon A, Heaven S, Forster L, Kerr A, Shaub T, Simon J. US Medical Students’ Attitudes, Subjective Norms, and Perceived Behavioral Control Regarding Social Media and Online Professionalism: A Single Institution Study. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2023:1 View
  22. Lonappan J, Aithal P, Jacob M. E-Professionalism as a Professional Identity in the Digital Era of Medical Education. International Journal of Health Sciences and Pharmacy 2023:35 View
  23. Lonappan J, Aithal P, Jacob M. E-Professionalism as a Professional Identity in the Digital Era of Medical Education. International Journal of Health Sciences and Pharmacy 2023:35 View
  24. Liang J, Ng D, Raveendran V, Teo M, Quah E, Chua K, Lua J, Owyong J, Vijayan A, Abdul Hamid N, Yeoh T, Ong E, Phua G, Mason S, Fong W, Lim C, Woong N, Ong S, Krishna L, Gholamzadeh M. The impact of online education during the Covid-19 pandemic on the professional identity formation of medical students: A systematic scoping review. PLOS ONE 2024;19(1):e0296367 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Shachak A, Reis S, Gray K, Choo D, Butler-Henderson K, Whetton S, Maeder A. Health Professionals' Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems, Mobile Computing and Social Networks. View