Medical School Lectures
Pathology Residents & Pathologists
Laboratory Management
Pathology and Other Departments
Statistics and Bioinformatics
Writing Journal Articles & Bibliography
Pathology Meetings
Science General
Computers General

Social Media


  • Pathologist selfies at the USCAP annual meeting


  • USCAP annual meeting live tweet group


  • Laboratory medicine


  • Artistic or aesthetically beautiful pathology images #PathArt

  • Pearls for pathology board exam studying


  • General pathology hashtag


  • General pathology hashtag


  • Pathology resident–specific information


  • USCAP interactive microscopy course live tweets


  • Work and personal lives of pathologists


  • Autopsy pathology


  • Blood banking and transfusion medicine


  • Breast pathology


  • Bone and soft tissue pathology

#BSTpath or #BST

  • Cardiovascular pathology


  • Clinical pathology


  • Cytopathology


  • Dermatopathology


  • Endocrine pathology


  • Head and neck pathology


  • Ophthalmic pathology


  • Fine-needle aspirate (FNA) cytopathology


  • Forensic pathology and forensics


  • Gastrointestinal and liver pathology #GIPath

  • Genitourinary pathology


  • Gynecologic pathology


  • Hematopathology


  • Molecular pathology


  • Neuropathology


  • Oral pathology


  • Pathology informatics


  • Pediatric pathology


  • Pulmonary and pleural pathology


  • Renal and medical kidney pathology

#RenalPath #nephropath

  • Surgical pathology #SurgPath

  • Ultrastructural Pathology

  • Pitfalls in pathology

  • History of Pathology

  • Carcinogenesis

  • Immunohistochemistry

  • Pathogenesis

  • Infectious Disease Pathology

#IDpath #pathbugs #crittersontwitter

  • #SoMe is being used by charlatans claiming to be physicians/ scientists/ experts. Beware

  • There is a "poison pawn" in #SoMe for physicians.

It aggravates ones desire to be famous. One starts to comment on things which they are not expert on; retweets diagnosis/ research/ comments that they are not expert on/ knowledgeable enough. Beware again.

  • I wonder how live tweeting during meetings affect learning.

It is fun

It is good for those who couldn't attend

But does it disturb my learning and are people around me distracted?

Recall feeling shamed when an autovideo played while I tried to tweet

A cognitive study is necessary

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