Monthly Archives: April 2013

#HCLDR Chat – April 30 2013 – Trust

In this era of reality TV, blogs, websites and social media trust has never been harder to establish and has never been easier to lose. All of us have had to learn new ways of building trust through online means. We’re getting used to creating relationships with people who we may never meet. We have […]

#HCLDR Chat – April 23 2013 – Conference Tweeting 2

Lessons learned from conference tweeting This week a number of our Health Care Leaders played an important role as both Health Care Leaders and also folks who know how to use twitter during a conference. It’s been my experience that many participants who attend health care/medical conferences still are not aware that Twitter can be […]

#HCLDR Chat – April 16 2013 – Involving Family in Care

As a patient, having the physical and emotional support of family members is critical. They are our advocates, our translators, our errand-runners, our shoulders-to-cry-on, and our connection to the outside world. This article from eHow: “The Role of the Family in Health Care” says it succinctly: The family plays an important role in a patient’s […]

#HCLDR Chat – April 9 2013 – Medicine and Music – Take 2

Our Health Care Leader Tweet Chat Medicine and Music was an amazing collection of powerful tweets that came into view with lightening speed. The response regarding Music and Medicine has been powerful.  So many folks have generously shared their unique contributions regarding Music and Medicine. These contributions are so valuable and unique we hope you […]

#HCLDR Chat – April 2 2013 – Medicine and Music

Our health care leader community is a wonderfully diverse gathering of volunteers. We are fortunate to have a rich international collection of interdisciplinary people who are passionate about health care and leadership. It’s important to me to read your blogs, watch YouTube clips, TED talks, listen to your songs and see your tweets. I began […]