The Great ASCO Tweetup

In the future, everyone likely will know how to use social media to make their meetings and educational outcomes more effective. Until then, there's a lot to figure out. A group of early adopters met at this year's American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting to learn from each other how to do that without committing Twittercide.

With the rapid pace of advances in oncology care ever-quickening; with the paradigm of oncology care evolving from short-term treatment and palliation to long-term chronic disease management; and with the constant need to integrate these changes into practices ranging from the small, rural, two-physician group practice up to the largest inner-city academic medical center — traditional forms of information management and knowledge sharing are being pushed to their breaking point. Ente

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