Posts Tagged ‘BirthGenius’
Moving From Silos To Bridges: Wrap Up Of BirthGenius Chat #24
First – a big thanks to the participants of #BirthGenius chat #24, on how we can improve collaborations for maternal health care. As always, the insights of our community were powerful and thought provoking. (Here’s a transcript of the chat in case you missed it and a Twitter list of the #BirthGenius chat participants.) I…Read More
BirthGenius chat #24: working together (for women’s sake!)
Join Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! Tuesday, October 16th, at 2 pm ET (NOTE time change for this month!) We all know women are best served by collaborations – doulas, midwives, obstetricians, breastfeeding peer supporters and professionals all working together in a continuum of care. The reality is much…Read More
How To Update Your Twitter Profile Images
BirthGeniuses, did you see the new options for your Twitter profile rolled out ths week? You can now further personalize your page with a header image (think Facebook Pages banner) and there’s more flexibility with the background images. Why? Probably due to the increased use of tablets and other mobile devices. Twitter also rolled…Read More
BirthGenius Chat #23: Using Technology To Make Your Life Simpler Not More Complicated
Join Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! Tuesday, September 18th, at 1:30pm ET Millennial moms are known for being highly connected online. Moms are the most likely to use a smartphone or tablet and, according to this recent study, 12% even reported using their smart phones during sex. How are you…Read More
BirthGenius Chat #22: Keeping Up With Change
Join Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! Tuesday, June 19th, at 1:30pm ET How were you reaching moms with messages about birth and breastfeeding a decade ago? Did you have a website? Social media has equaled rapid change in how we reach the 2.0 mom – and the platforms we need…Read More
BirthGenius Chat #21: Making The Complicated Go Social
Join Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! Tuesday, April 17th, at 1:30pm ET If Twitter = 140 characters and Facebook = 420 (ok, now it is actually 63206, but shorter posts tend to have more reach) then how do we use these and other pivotal platforms to communicate the…Read More
BirthGenius Twitter Chat: Facebook Pages Are A’ Changing
Join Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! Tuesday, March 20, at 1:30pm ET You’ve probably heard that on March 30th all Facebook pages will switch to a new format. Last week the fabulous Amber McCann shared a helpful tutorial on how birth and breastfeeding pros can switch their…Read More
Welcome to Twitter, Birth Pro!
Hello Birth Professional! We are *so* glad to see you here. Maybe you’ve been on Twitter for awhile and are just setting up your professional account. Or maybe you are touching your toes into this social media platform for the very first time. Either way, we really need you and your genius in the twittersphere. More…Read More
BirthGenius Twitter Chat: Best Practices and Tips for Attending Birth and Breastfeeding Conferences
Join the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat this Tuesday (2/21) at 1:30pm et! More details below. Are you ready for conference season? Don’t get us wrong, we love all things digital, but nothing can replace connecting with other birth and breastfeeding professionals face-to-face. Attending a conference is a great way to continue your education, stay up-to-date…Read More
BirthGenius Twitter Chat: Is Social Media Necessary To Reach The Modern Mom?
If you are reading this, you probably already use tools like blogs, Twitter, and Facebook to reach moms with evidence-based information about the childbearing year. But what about your peers and colleagues? Are they tweeting with you? This month’s topic: How do we convince peers/colleagues that social is not only important, but a necessary part…Read More
BirthGenius Twitter Chat (11/15): If We’re All On The Same Side–Why is There So Much Conflict?
If we’re all on the same side–why is there so much conflict? I think we can agree: we all support women to have the best and healthiest experiences in their childbearing year. Whether we’re volunteers or professionals working in maternal health–we support women. So what’s the problem? Doctors versus midwives Midwives versus midwives Primary care…Read More