There were many people at the meeting tweeting research results to their followers as can be seen by the tweet stats posted by @ASCO.
#ASCO15 Day One: 7,169 Tweets sent by 2,793 people with a potential audience of over 42 million pic.twitter.com/8yfM8gYI1X— ASCO (@ASCO) May 30, 2015
#ASCO15 Day Two: 15,094 Tweets sent by 4,368 people. An average of 629 Tweets per hour! pic.twitter.com/Q8md6tgLER— ASCO (@ASCO) May 31, 2015
#ASCO15 Day Three: 16,594 Tweets sent by 4,771 people led to over 57 million impressions pic.twitter.com/O1w1w5xSmU— ASCO (@ASCO) June 1, 2015
Look at how the tweets increased as the meeting progressed. Below is a graphic of how the number of #ASCO15 meeting Tweeters, Tweets, Impressions and avg tweets/hr differed from the 2014 annual meeting.
People were not only tweeting to their followers but doctors were also interacting with patient advocates at and about the meeting . Greg Matthews (@chimoose) was able to capture these interactions visually one day during the meeting.
Patient-physician interactions at #ASCO15 have been fascinating; here's a visualization: http://t.co/bBUDKInggj pic.twitter.com/GEJMb7DXQD— Greg Matthews (@chimoose) June 1, 2015
Coming up next are the first of a number of posts I call "ASCO: Knowledge" which will report on the many studies that were reported on at ASCO.
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