Items Tagged ‘Community Engaged Research’

June 2, 2015

Social media not as complicated as it looks.

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

The #SocialMedia Integration Model: not as complicated as it looks. http://t.co/08HiVtaO3B via @israel_garcia pic.twitter.com/u070cotzOi — Social Media Today (@socialmedia2day) June 2, 2015

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Tags: Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, social media, social-networking


April 13, 2015

What is the best way to get information about resources to your community and family?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

< What is the best way to get information about resources to your community and family? https://t.co/9imjppLCYJ via @ecotaxi_roch — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) April 13, 2015

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Tags: Community Engaged Research, Education, social media, social-networking


April 1, 2015

How long you’ve been in your desk today? go for a walk and listen this great podcast

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

How long you’ve been in your desk today? go for a walk and listen this great podcast http://t.co/8lTnfNzQtQ #collectiveimpact — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) April 1, 2015

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Tags: collective impact, Community Engaged Research, Education


February 26, 2015

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

#IPFChat https://t.co/n18QBFjaOF via @sarahlagan1 a perfect example on how to make #engagementTheNorm @vmontori @cabreraERDR @randomRPL — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) February 26, 2015

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Tags: @mayoclinic_cenr, #IPFChat, collaboration, collective impact, community, community building, Community Engaged Research


January 22, 2015

How do you address community’s needs if they are different than your original Project?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

How do you address community's needs if they are different than your ori…: http://t.co/JIwGqrjMu5 via @YouTube — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) January 22, 2015

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Tags: collaboration, Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engaged Research, Health Disparities, partnerships


December 29, 2014

The Use of Social Networking Sites for Public Health Practice and Research: A Systematic Review

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

ABSTRACT Background: Social networking sites (SNSs) have the potential to increase the reach and efficiency of essential public health services, such as surveillance, research, and communication. Article …

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Tags: Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, social media


December 8, 2014

New educational module. Are you ready to engage?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Are You Ready? Measuring Readiness and Preparing to Engage. Make sure you check our NEW E-module http://t.co/a0Zgb1u5K6 @CCPH2010 @randomRPL — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) December 8, 2014

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Tags: Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engaged Research, Education, partnerships


October 30, 2014

Making community engagement the norm through social media

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

making #engagementthenorm Sarah Bramblette Health Care Social Media Summit:http://t.co/v9iC2OLJWn via @YouTube @ncats_nih_gov @ccph2010 — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) October 30, 2014

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Tags: collective impact, Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, social media


October 22, 2014

Great podcast about sharing doctor’s notes with patient

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

MT @CHRankings Are you interested in #innovative ideas to build a #CultureofHealth? Check out @RWJF Podcast series http://t.co/vYYEvwgVDZ — CCPH (@CCPH2010) October 21, 2014

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Tags: collective impact, Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engaged Research, doctors visit, NCATS, ocerblog.mayo.edu, qualitative improvement


October 2, 2014

New Office of Health Disparities Research Site

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

The Mayo Clinic Office of Health Disparities Research (OHDR) is excited to announce the launch of an OHDR website available to viewers outside of Mayo Clinic. The new site’s homepage welcomes visitors with featured content focused on the mission of the office and a description of Mayo Clinic health disparities research in Minnesota, Arizona, and […]

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Tags: collaboration, community building, Community Engaged Research, Health Disparities, ocerblog.mayo.edu, OHDR website, partnerships


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