Pretend for a moment that you are an actively-engaged physician blogger on the internet. You are approached to give a talk at a national meeting on social media's importance to young, fledgling doctors entering their chosen field in medicine. You want to be relevant and truthful. You do NOT want to be boring. You have a pretty open forum to say anything you like.
If you only had forty minutes to convey your message, what would you say?
How would you present these ideas?
What would YOU want to hear (or see) at such a talk if you were in the audience?
Go ahead. Think about it a bit. Be creative. Help me construct my talk at the upcoming ACC meeting in Chicago on the 24th of March so it's one you'd want to attend.
Then let it rip in the comments section.
(Thanks in advance.)