January 09, 2015
2014 included many social, political, global, business, technology and economic events that influence society. All of which has implications, consequences, and rooted issues related to health. Society took to @Twitter and other social media channels in a show of social activism. Here are a handful (and we note only a handful) of the 2014 leading hashtags.
One may ask what are the health implications. There are many: women’s health, men’s health, sexual health, mental health, health disparities, global health, workforce diversity, health policy, stigma, health economics, health law, social policy, and race/ethnicity.
As we continue to work to shape the health + tech discourse, we would like to hear your voices of these issues. Follow us at @myhealthimpact. Visit us on the web. Follow us on Tumblr. Read and comment on this and other blogs on our site. Tag us at #myhealthimpact.
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- RT @MinorityHealth: Did you miss the #LoveYourHeartChat on cardiovascular disease health and African Americans? Click on the hashtag to vie… @ 02-26 9:42pm
- RT @EMDGroup: Generation Z is the least curious of all demographics. Get more insights from our new global study. #alwayscurious @ 02-21 5:39pm