Roma – 31 gennaio 2020
Palazzo Santa Chiara

Program

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Program

Social media allow healthcare professionals, institutions, organizations, industries, and patients to share stories, experiences, perspectives, engaging each other without hierarchy. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram are powerful working tools, but communicating through social media poses fresh challenges: related to privacy, conflict of interests, responsibility, iniquities. Another issue is to consider which lines of social media are the best as a learning and sharing tool.

The first Fast Forward meeting wants to be an open space for fair and pragmatic discussion about these topics.

[h 9.30]

Arrival of Participants and Registration

[h 10-13]

Opening remarks

Alberto E. Tozzi – Ospedale pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma

SOME and Critical evaluation of scientific literature

John Mandrola – Louisville cardiology group, Baptist health Louisville

SOME and Continuing professional education

Todd Ponsky – Department of surgery, Cincinnati children’s hospital

SOME and Digital epidemiology

Caterina Rizzo – Ospedale pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma

SOME and Healthcare institutions

Eugenio Santoro – Istituto di ricerche farmacologiche Mario Negri Irccs, Milano

SOME and Italian doctors

Fabio Ambrosino – Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore

Discussion

Audience

Conclusion remarks

Antonio Addis – Dipartimento di epidemiologia, Servizio sanitario regionale del Lazio, Asl Roma 1

[h 13-14]

Networking lunch

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Congress venue

Palazzo Santa Chiara
Piazza di Santa Chiara, 14 – 00186 Roma

Organizing secretary

Simona Maiorano
Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore/Think2it
Via San Giovanni Valdarno, 8 – 00138 Roma
tel. +39 06.862.82.341 – fax +39 06.862.82.250
s.maiorano@think2.it

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