Sharing Call: Social Media for Beginners
Recorded On: 09/10/2015
Social media is quickly rising to prominence as the most impactful way to disseminate and share news, opinions, and hold meaningful conversations. Businesses, including health systems, are leveraging social media to contribute to these conversations. There is also an untapped opportunity for health care professionals to lend their voices to the conversations happening on social media through their personal social media accounts, but many aren't sure where to start.
Join HH's social media manager, Christina Quint, and Janet Howard, HH Director, for an introductory sharing call on the basics of using social media. We will break down various social media platforms to their simplest components, from using Twitter and Facebook interfaces, to some beginner's tips on communicating on these platforms.
This webinar is intended for very beginners—you don't even need to have a social media account to join! This webinar is also a great opportunity for more seasoned social media users who want a “refresher", or some social media strategy tips.
- Understand the basics of using Facebook and Twitter
- Learn how to open an account, post updates, make connections, and interact on these platforms
- Understand basic etiquette for interacting on social media
- Articulate strategic communication on health care sustainability topics
Christina Quint, Climate Communications Coordinator, Health Care Without Harm, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a member-only resource.