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CCHL Social Media - Chapter Introduction

Social Media: CCHL Chapter Introduction

At the Canadian College of Health Leader’s 2012 Annual Meeting Katherine introduced the College Chapters to social media and how it is being used in healthcare. A few successful examples were explored including the creation of a healthcare social media community, patient education and an organ donation awareness campaign.

In addition, uses for social media in health leadership were introduced, along with some resources to help chapter executives get involved with social media in the College and or in their own organizations.

To view the presentation in pdf format click here or on the photo below, links to resources are included throughout.

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CCHL Social Media - Chapter Introduction

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CCHL Communiqué Blog

Blog: CCHL Communiqué Blog

In 2010, Katherine successfully converted the College’s HTML newsletter, Communiqué into a blog. This format provides a modern design, easy navigation and the integration of social media tools for sharing. By choosing the Blogger platform by Google, Katherine has been able to easily guide College departments in submitting articles and having an external voice. Since the conversion, readership has increased, article content has improved and the blog has become a new source of traffic to the College website.

Visit the blog at http://cchl-ccls.blogspot.com.

CCHL Communiqué Blog

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CCHL Social Media

Social Media: CCHL

Katherine manages the College’s social media activities which include raising the profile of the College and health leaders, and engaging with health leaders, partners and College members

Over the next two years the College will be developing and implementing a social media strategy which will also include promoting engagement among health leaders and offering health leaders coaching and mentoring.

Click on the icons below to visit the corresponding social media sites.

CCHL on Twitter CCHL on Facebook CCHL on LinkedIn CCHL on Blogger CCHL You Tube Channel