UPDATE: The Social Media and Professional CV White Paper can be found here! Feedback is welcomed
Vinny Arora and Charlie Wray, both hugely important scholars and personalities in the world of Hospital Medicine, join to discuss a hotly debated topic: do Social Media activities belong on a professional CV? We set out to write the White Paper, we were successful. This is an outstanding and important discussion!
1. The origins of the debate around putting social media activity on a professional Curriculum Vitae
2. Leveraging impact as a major determinant of whether to place something on a CV
3. Changing the academic “coin” of how to differentiate yourself when applying for a position
4. The fundamental categories that could and should be included from social media onto your CV
5. The single most important thing you can do with content and your CV
6. Deep-diving into how to evaluate impact of Twitter feeds & contributions, along with a serendipitous paper reference!
7. The key elements needed to determine whether or not Twitter contributions should be used on a CV
8. Shoutout to the wonderful work of @tony_breu on Twitter & an elegant discussion of how content contributions build off one another and “mission-based tweeting”
9. Why early Twitter adopters like @seattlemamadoc, @doctor_V, @kevinMD & @futuredoc all used monikers instead of their real names
10. Elements to avoid putting on a CV because either not appropriate or not ready for prime-time
11. Identifying potential conflicts of interest, particularly among product endorsements
12. The importance of leveraging a CV as a tool to differentiate yourself from other candidates
13. What should this section be titled on a CV and where on the CV should it land?
14. The importance of social media as a tool to move a field of work and the wave of change that is coming
15. The White Paper findings!
How to find Charlie on Twitter: @wraycharles, @JHospMedicine
How to find Charlie and Vinny’s Twitter Chats: #JHMchat
How to find Vinny: Twitter: @futuredocs, LinkedIn: VinnyMArora, YouTube
Dr. Arora’s co-authored paper on social media analytics
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