Allergists who tweet from 2012 #ACAAI meeting

The 2012 Annual Meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology will take place November 8-13 in Anaheim, California.

Allergists are great on Twitter

We have had great success tweeting the annual meetings of the AAAAI, ACAAI, CSACI and WSAAI. For example, the tweets of 30 allergists from 2012 #AAAAI reached 250,000 people - many more than the 6,000 attendees.

Will you tweet 2012 #ACAAI meeting? 

It's this time of the year again, and the allergists all over the world want to know: Will you be tweeting from the 2012 ACAAI meeting? If yes, please read below.

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Allergists who may be able to use Twitter to post updates from 2012 #ACAAI (open for edit, add your own info):



The hashtag for the meeting is #ACAAI

The hashtag for the 2012 annual meeting of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology is #ACAAI

Type #ACAAI in Twitter Search box to find all recent updates from 2012 #ACAAI

https://twitter.com/#!/search-home

According to the analytics provided by Simplur.com, the top 3 allergist tweeting the meeting are:

@MatthewBowdish
@DrAnneEllis
@DrSilge

How to Start Using Twitter

Go to http://twitter.com, enter your name, email and a new password for Twitter. That’s all.

How to use Twitter to post updates from 2012 #ACAAI meeting

See an example of best practice by @MatthewBowdish posted here: http://allergynotes.blogspot.com/search/label/WSAAI (his tweets were summarized in a series of blog posts by me). The tweets were labeled #WSAAI and they reached more than 3,000 people.

I would strongly encourage you to post updates on Twitter from the CME conferences that you are planning to attend in the future. Here is how to do it: Twitter for Physicians: How to use Twitter to keep track of the latest news and scientific meetings, and share information with colleagues and patients.

References:

List of allergists using Twitter to post updates from 2012 #AAAAI meeting (open for edit, add your own info)

Comments from Twitter:

@PAallergy Should we expect 5000 tweets/hr from #ACAAI?

@MatthewBowdish No, just 200/hr. Unfollow now and refollow at 5pm PST. ;)

@PAallergy: Jealous of my fellow Allergists and tweeters. They are having fun in CA #ACAAI and I am working. I wonder if following #ACAAI on twitter would count for CME?

@AllergyNet: RACP Australia accepts sending and reading medical tweets as CME.

@MatthewBowdish I like @BarnardWerner 's use of evernote for live-tweeting. I might try that at the Western Soc Meeting in January #WSAAI

@DrSilge: @MatthewBowdish Thanks for the updates, reading them en route to #ACAAI

@MatthewBowdish: Thanks, but live-tweeting lit review is tougher than I thought it would be. This was my first #ACAAI literature review. I really enjoyed it and it's given me lots of ideas. Finishing up today & back home tomorrow. Looking fwd to tweets from @DrSilge @BarnardWerner & @DrAnneEllis #ACAAI Have fun!! Good split coverage - sorry there's no chance for a tweet up - perhaps San Antonio? #aaaai

@AllergyNet: And thank you all! We are ‘listening’ here Down Under.

@eACAAI: #ACAAI Member Mobile App features meeting programs, floor plan/map and exhibitor directory. Search ACAAI at your App Store. Join the conversation about the ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting in Anaheim, Nov. 8-13. Include #ACAAI in your tweets!

@IgECPD: With all these #ACAAI tweets coming in from @DrAnneEllis and @DrSilge I'm starting to hear the "dueling banjos" music. Twitter's not a competition but @MatthewBowdish is still winning http://t.co/2rPoZqWe

@ChrisCarrollMD: Great tweets & updates on cutting edge #asthma research from @DrAnneEllis at the #ACAAI conference today! Thanks!

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