Tag Archive for ‘social media’
The benefits of social media use for the oncology community are summarized.
The newly launched ACS Instagram channel provides followers with access to stories and experiences of College members, describes the history of the ACS, and offers scientific insights.
HIGHLIGHTS Describes the role and evolution of general surgery social media influencers Summarizes the benefits and challenges of virtual conferences Examines the activity of trainees and programs participating in the 2020–2021 general surgery match cycle Identifies strategies for developing a social media presence Social media, particularly Twitter and Instagram, has played an increasingly prominent role […]
The causes and effects of burnout are summarized as well as the benefits of joining professional societies to foster wellness and resilience.
The Statement on Guidelines for the Ethical Use of Social Media by Surgeons was developed by the ACS Committee on Ethics and was approved by the Board of Regents at its February 2019 meeting in Chicago, IL.
The following Statement on Social Media was approved by the Board of Regents at its October 2017 meeting in San Diego, CA.
An update on the ACS Communities is provided.
A basic primer on social media, specifically Twitter, this article describes how these platforms promote collaboration and the exchange of ideas and current information.
The Director of the Division of Member Services offers her views on the benefits of using Twitter, including improved direct communication between ACS members and College leadership.
The genesis of the #ILookLikeASurgeon campaign is described as are future goals of the movement, which is aimed at promoting women and diversity in surgery.
RAS-ACS Symposium essays—Social media: Threat to professionalism and privacy or essential for current surgical practice?
The topic of this year’s Resident and Associate Society of the American College of Surgeons Symposium was Social Media—Threat to Professionalism and Privacy or Essential for Current Surgical Practice. The following are the first and second place essays submitted from both sides of the debate.
This article discusses how social media, when used appropriately, is an essential tool for the academic surgeon.
The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line, Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.1 —Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám Social media, the hallmark of Web 2.0, refers to virtual Internet communities where user-generated content (photos, videos, […]
Surgeons and social media: Threat to professionalism or an essential part of contemporary surgical practice?
The subject of this article—whether social media is a threat to surgery or an essential part of contemporary practice—will be debated at this year’s RAS-ACS Symposium on Sunday, October 4, at the 2015 Clinical Congress in Chicago, IL.
An update on the College’s social media usage and the ACS Communities, is provided in this news article.
In just two years, Twitter use among members of the College has increased dramatically. This article provides an update on Twitter usage at the 2012 Clinical Congress, including live-tweeting during panel sessions and the role of new Twitter correspondents at the meeting.
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) continues to gain influence on Twitter, the microblogging service, which ranks among the top 10 most visited websites on the Internet. Now six years old, Twitter provides users with the ability to post and read messages, or “tweets,” of up to 140 characters. Since last year’s Clinical Congress, the […]
Mobile devices are gaining significant traction with American College of Surgeons (ACS) members