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Doctors on Twitter can't be serious

Doctors on Twitter can't be serious

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By Dr Irwin Lim, Rheumatologist

It was over a beer. A long day at a scientific conference. I happened to mention that I tweet.

The scientist leaned over and shot me a look. The look.

The one I often get when I mention twitter.

Isn't that something young girls do to follow Lady Gaga?

I explained. About it's role in patient advocacy, in improving disease awareness, and how I use it to enhance my education.

The scientist remained unconvinced.

Are you a serious doctor if you tweet? Do patients and colleagues look at you funny as well?

Dr Irwin Lim is a rheumatologist and a director of BJC Health. You should follow him on twitter here.
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