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“What I Like About the IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer” (#LCSM Chat on FB Live)

During a reception at the IASLC 17th World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC) in Vienna, Austria, #LCSM Chat co-moderator Janet Freeman-Daily asked other lung cancer patients and advocates what they liked most about the conference.  Their responses were captured via Facebook Live on the  Lung Cancer Social Media #LCSM Chat Facebook page December 4, 2016.

 

Thanks to the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) for their cooperation in making this video.

 

#LCSM Chat Topic 12/15: Holiday Open House

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It’s the end of the year, and everyone’s busy.  For our final 2016 #LCSM Chat (no chat on 12/29), we decided to just have an informal conversation about lung cancer.  Our December 15 #LCSM Chat topic (at 5pm Pacific Time, 8 pm Eastern Time) will be “#LCSM Chat Holiday Open House,” and we’ll talk about whatever we want. Moderator @JFreemanDaily might think of some questions to ask. 😉

Please remember to include #LCSM in ALL your tweets so the other chat participants can see them. You can read a primer on participating in the chat here. A link to the chat transcript will be available after the chat on our Schedules and Transcripts page.

We look forward to chatting with you!

#LCSM Chat topic 12/1: #LCAM Wrap-Up

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November and Lung Cancer Awareness Month are both ending soon.  During our December 1, 2016 #LCSM Chat (at 8 pm Eastern Time), we will discuss the various #LCAM campaigns and initiatives and assess what worked, and what didn’t.

Before the chat, please think about the lung cancer advocacy campaigns and events you observed during #LCAM, as well as the social media activity they generated and audiences they reached.  You can find links to some of these activities on the 11/03 #LCSM Chat blog post.

During the chat, your moderator @JFreemanDaily will pose the following questions:

  • T1: What #LCAM efforts worked well? Which attracted the most attention or reached new audiences?
  • T2: Did you visit @IASLC’s lcam.org during #LCAM? What did you think of the site? The patient & caregiver stories?
  • T3: What sorts of #LCAM posts did you share or promote on social media? Which of them generated the most social media buzz?
  • T4: Which #LCAM campaigns or activities did you like most 2016?
  • T5: What would you suggest the #lungcancer community do again or do differently for #LCAM 2017?

Please remember to include #LCSM in ALL your tweets so the other chat participants can see them. You can read a primer on participating in the chat here. A link to the chat transcript will be available after the chat on our Schedules and Transcripts page.

We look forward to chatting with you!

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