Does it surprise you that an increasing number of medical patients are using social media to ask questions, raise concerns, or voice experiences? It shouldn’t. For healthcare professionals, this means that social media is no longer the domain of the doctor, physician’s assistant, or nurse — it’s now an extension of our healthcare system in … Continue reading Healthcare, Social Media, and Ever-Changing Consumer Expectations
This blog post is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary There is a growing consensus within corporate communication that employees are important communicators. One of the most frequently used concepts for describing employees’ active role as communicators is the concept of ambassadorship. To gain a better understanding of employees’ role as ambassadors … Continue reading Employees as Ambassadors: Embracing New Role Expectations and Coping with Identity-Tensions.