A Virtual Learning Workshop
Does filling out Twitter profile and learning to tweet seem overwhelming? Have you created a profile, posted a few tweets but are looking for ideas on how to increase engagement and connect with others?
Join the conversation at a virtual workshop July 29 at noon—Harnessing the Power of #AcademicTwitter—in which experts and colleagues will walk you through the ins and outs of the platform. We’ll share dos and don’ts as well as best practices for developing your voice, finding a supportive community, and building a following.
Twitter provides tremendous opportunities for the exchange of ideas with clinicians and researchers from around the world. It’s also a quick and easy way to build relationships with journalists, who are always on the lookout for go-to sources.
Whether you have no experience with Twitter, are a sporadic tweeter, or a regular user who wants to increase your impact, you’ll take away valuable tips to improve your Twitter experience.
Lisa Dixon, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University, and Director of the Division of Behavioral Health Services and Policy Research at the New York State Psychiatric Institute
Jeffrey Cohen, PsyD, Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University
Marwah Abdalla, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Paul Appelbaum, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine and Law, and Director, Center for Law, Ethics and Psychiatry, Columbia University
Moderator: Vinson Sanders, Associate Director, Digital Content Strategy, Department of Psychiatry
For further information, please contact Carla Cantor, Director of Communications, Department of Psychiatry and New York State Psychiatry Institute @ Carla.Cantor@nyspi.columbia.eduor 347-913-2227.