Registrations are coming in for the inaugural international social media event for the medical profession. Many coming in from the downloadable registration form #SoMebythesea registration & payment form2
We still have vacancies available at the early bird fee, which ends Sunday 31st August 2014. After this, registrants will pay full fee (AMA members 20% off full fee),
Let all you’re colleagues know, come along and influence how our profession advises others as to what we want the future of social media and medicine to be!
See you @SoMebythesea!
With only 7 days to go before the earlybird fee ends, we have uploaded a form to our site which you can use to pay for your place. We are also using the services of Eventbrite, but for those not keen to use it, here are other options available for securing your place and payment options (including direct deposit, cheque or credit card).
I am sure you will agree our agenda is jam packed and well suited to inform you about Social media and medicine. Social media is not a passing fad, and its role in medicine and provision of healthcare will become more important the coming years.
Be informed, participate and enjoy #SoMebythesea!
#SoMebythesea registration & payment form2
Very excited to have met Mary Freer over the weekend, on Twitter! I am now much more informed about @ChangedayAus, and all that was accomplished truly on social media.
So, not one to pass up on an opportunity, we have invited Mary to come along and be part of the panel discussion about successful social media campaigns.
Here’s more about Mary and @ChangedayAus!
“ Mary Freer is the Founder of Change Day Australia. Using social media health workers joined together to create a catalyst for frontline led change in the health industry. With a shared purpose to improve health care outcomes this campaign received over 15,000 pledges from clinicians, administrators, patients and health leaders to do something better: together. In 2015 Change Day promises to be even bigger.”
Over many years Mary has contributed to Australia’s national health and social care reform agenda through her work with state and commonwealth agencies. She has held senior leadership positions with national government and not for profit health care and social welfare services, including women’s and community health services, healthdirect Australia, the Department of the Premier and Cabinet in South Australia, Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, Health Workforce Australia and now as Director of freerthinking.
Come along to #SoMebythesea and hear Jenny speak alongside Dr Jillian Tomlinson and Amit Vohra.
Register today by 5pm to save 10% off the early bird fees!
See you by the seaside!
Wow, what a twitter response to our announcements, thanks so much for all your support and networking!
I am always astounded and delighted how SoMe, used in the right way, can connect and influence.
Will be posting more speaker profiles shortly,
We are excited to announce our next speaker for #SoMebythesea, Dionne Kasian-Lew.
Dionne is thrilled to be interfacing with the medical profession and educating us about social media and medicine, applying key learnings from other professional bodies as well. If you think that the social media has no role in the future of medicine, and that our profession is somehow different to others, think again! Dionne is ready to show you why you need to know about, embrace and influence via social media. Above all else, if you are not putting out who you are, what you stand for and how you practice, others will. Dionne will also take part in the panel discussion showcasing @AHPRAaction and @Scrapthecap, and provide her unique insights into how important it is to guide our regulatory bodies when they create policy regarding the use of social media for our profession.
Dionne Kasian-Lew is the CEO of The Social Executive® a consultancy advising boards and professionals on social media.
A professional speaker and author she is rated top 1% for global community influence by Kred. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
A social media strategist, Dionne advises professionals and businesses on the effective use of social media platforms.
She is the author of The Social Executive – how to master social media and why it’s good for business (Wiley), A Manifesto – why social media is vital for leaders and the eBook Relevance! She is a regular columnist for Leading Company, Smart Company, Firebrand, Uncluttered White Spaces & Salesforce and has written for Company Director.
She is a professional speaker (ICMI) on the circuit since 2009 as a chair, keynote speaker, panelist and contributor to thought leadership roundtables.