Facebook is a social networking website that has had in increasing presence in health care.
Facebook in Medicine
- On January 9, 2014, Facebook's role in medicine achieved a huge boost when the American Heart Association recommended that providers should switch out every 5 cycles of CPR to update Facebook status.
- On July 7, 2014, local woman Katie Brunswick gave up Facebook and subsequently missed a post that would have cured her disease.
- On July 18, 2015, Mark Wilkersten consulted his Bronies Facebook group for medical advice.
- On January 8, 2016, a health care provider and a patient regretted becoming Facebook friends.
- On February 25, 2016, Gomerblog released a much needed guide on how to use Facebook's new reactions and emojis.
- On June 29, 2016, patient Alice Wilkinson was admitted after overdosing on Facebook.
- On November 19, 2016, the Laws of the House of God received a 2016 update, and Facebook was mentioned in its updated eleventh law.
- Spouse of Surgical Resident Charged with Polygamy (Gomerblog)
- New CPR Guidelines Recommend Switching Out Providers Every 5 Cycles to Update Facebook Status (Gomerblog)
- Updated 2015 ACLS Algorithm (Gomerblog)
- Local Woman Gives Up Facebook, Misses Post on Cure for Her Disease (Gomerblog)
- Medical Referral Placed to “Bronies” Facebook Group for Second Opinion (Gomerblog)
- Doctor and Patient Immediately Regret Becoming Facebook Friends (Gomerblog)
- How to Respond to Your Friends’ Medical Posts Using New Facebook Reactions (Gomerblog)
- Patient Admitted with Facebook Overdose (Gomerblog)
- 2016 Updated Laws of the House of God (Gomerblog)