Big Assumptions in the Use of Social Media
This virtual community event is for CFD members to come together to during a lunch and learn to discuss emerging curiosities, questions and tensions within health professions education on the topic of the month.
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COVID-19 allowed us to challenge many assumptions about educational technology use, including the role social media may play in healthcare education. In this interactive Membership Monday session, we seek to surface, interrogate, and ultimately begin to dismantle the Big Assumptions serving as barriers to change in social media use in healthcare education.
- My profession identity will be threatened or questioned, particularly to the social media platform being used (eg. being a “YouTuber”, TikTok)
- I have to be perfect on Social Media, and I’m worried my post wont be good enough
- I don’t have the time to engage in Social Media
- Its not necessary for my career or patient care to engage in Social Media
We are looking forward to further examining these "big assumptions" together during this Membership Monday talk.
Dr. Miya Bernson-Leung, Dr. Andrea Furlan, Dr. Heather MacNeill, Dr. Alexandra Rendely, Dr. Natasha Collia
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