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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Thoko Kachipande. You can discover a little more about Thoko here.   It turns out that it’s important to keep your feet on the ground as you connect online.  This was a theme at this year’s D.C. Social Media Week events, especially for those working on public health…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Thoko Kachipande. You can discover a little more about Thoko here.   Global health professionals know that their projects need to show a meaningful impact and measure up.  All week long, the word data kept on popping up; it’s not the most exciting thing, but it’s important.  Fortunately,…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Sarah Sonies. You can discover a little more about Sarah here.   We are in the age of rapid-fire information sharing, making social media a phenomenal tool in all areas of global health. It has frequently been used to manage global health crises and as a dissemination tool…

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 Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Ijeoma Nwatu.   It’s Open Season on last-minute event-registration for SMWWDC! We are counting down the days until the start of the 2013 Social Media Week Washington, DC on Monday, February 18th. Thank you to everyone who has registered and shared events with their social networks! Registration…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Autumn Orme. You can discover a little more about Autumn here.   Aids, mental illness, erectile dysfunction, Leprosy–all of these diagnoses along with many others are still extremely stigmatized; and amidst the lack of universal support our community continues to suffer from their ailments. Even cancer, though activism…

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