Tweet Chat on Physicians in Discussion, Coronavirus, Scheduled for March 2


Everyone has an opinion. But what do the actual experts think?

At this point, nearly every single person in the world may have an opinion on the coronavirus, right? Health scares don’t always make the top headline, but when they do, they have a way of gripping the public.

So where does the opinion of the expert stand in today’s biggest conversation?

Tonight, Kayce Morton, DO (@ktranda8), a pediatric hospitalist and healthcare advocate, joins the HCPLive® and SoMeDocs teams to lead a discussion on, well, physicians in national discussions.

The chat begins Monday, March 2, at 7 PM EST, under the #DocTalk and #SoMeDocs hashtags. Here are the questions:

  • What recent national issue has interested you the most, as a physician?
  • What issues do you feel most strongly warrant the opinion and influence of healthcare professionals?
  • What has your experience been in engaging on these national topics online? How does it differ from real-life discussion?
  • How do you believe you and colleagues can make your voices best heard in these issues?
  • Who or what organizations have given the best platform to healthcare professionals speaking up on national matters?
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SoMeDocs is an online platform that provides physicians a space to network, collaborate, and grow their own brands. Physicians with interest in becoming thought leaders, growing their practice, connecting with a target audience, and advancing their careers through online growth and networking can learn more here.

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