By Leigh Page | JANUARY 10, 2018
When the social networking site Twitter was introduced in 2006, it was mostly a way for friends to have conversations. Its scope and reach have vastly increased, and now, Twitter is reshaping the medical conference, as well as communication in general. Doctors around the world use Twitter to attend presentations virtually. But can physicians get in trouble by tweeting from conventions? Are some doctors getting too eager to release embargoed or confidential information?
EDITOR: “Keep the DPC-message civil. Oneness doesn’t mean sameness. Be yourself. If it’s more important to be like each other, DPC will never be all it can and should be … DPC should easily be the most irresistible environment in your town.”