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Social media, defi ned as Internet-based applications that support the collaborative creation and exchange of user-generated content, 1 is now part of our culture. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Doximity, blogs, and wikis are pervasive means of communication and information dissemination in our society. For physicians, this transparent way of communicating affects patient expectations, engagement, and education. 2,3 Whether these methods are being used to network professionally, advocate fordoi:10.1542/hpeds.2013-0072 pmid:24435603 fatcat:ge3gtoexn5hpjivvp3ocr2muta