• Posted by yourcontext.org on November 16, 2012, 12:10 am

    Private social networks and you…

    How can physicians/physiotherapists/nurses best communicate with patients? Well – you could tweet patients with flu shot advisories or if you are a physiotherapist use Facebook Messenger and ask a patient about those recurring pains in her wrist after …

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    […] consultant wanted to lecture about Israeli Privacy Regulation and which items the Israel bio-med vendor needed to comply with. The VP Software looked at me, so I […]

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  • Posted by Harry on April 24, 2013, 12:28 pm

    These social networking sites helps a physiotherapist in giving knowledge and awareness about physiotherapy. It also helps them in their business but treatment cannot be done online, so you need to consult personally.Physiotherapist in giving knowledge and awareness about Physiotherapy Exercises. It also helps them in their business but treatment cannot be done online, so you need to consult personally.

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  • […] question is why some doctors find it hard to communicate properly and share things with their patients in a desired manner while other doctors succeed in […]

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  • Posted by Pathcare | Improving support group performance for 1 dollar on September 29, 2014, 10:25 am

    […] email and other social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are highly used public modes of communication and networking. But when it comes to […]

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