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Social media and the practitioner-patient relationship: A seminar on Trust in a networked society.

Is public trust in healthcare and healthcare practitioners possible in a networked and connected society?

The aim of this one day seminar is to promote inter-disciplinary dialogue and stimulate reflection and critical analysis on the nature and impact of social media use on the theory and practice of healthcare/ professionalism in the 21st century.

Invited speakers include:

• Prof Mike Thelwall, Professor of Information Science and leader of the Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group at the University of Wolverhampton.
• Dr Siobhan O’Connor, School of Nursing, University of Edinburgh,
• Dr Alison Patrick, a Dental Law and Ethics lecturer in the School of Dentistry, University of Sheffield.
• Dr Natalie Lafferty, Head, Centre of Teaching and Innovation in Learning (CTIL), University of Dundee
• Dr Wasim Ahmed, Lecturer in Digital Business, Northumbria University

This one-day event is free to the public, but tickets are limited so please book in advance.

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Dr Patricia Neville is Lecturer in Social Sciences, Bristol Dental School. She is a sociologist who researches the relationship between social media and healthcare professionalism. Further information about her publications can be found at: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/dental/people/patricia-neville/overview.html

This event is funded as part of the Institute of Medical Ethics Annual Seminar Series 2018/19


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