World Diabetes Day Twitter Chat (Infographic)

On November 25, 2012 by Cherise Shockley

I had time to process everything that happened on World Diabetes Day-the Big Blue Test Team hit their goal, postcards were mailed out to hundreds of people, the global community wore blue to celebrate World Diabetes Day and DSMA kicked off off our 1st World Diabetes Day Twitter Chat.  Thank you to @OzDiabetesOC, @BadShoe, @rockyourd, @crankypancreas, @diabetesmine, @colcalli, @ConnectInMotion,@gingervieira,@diabeteshf,@diabetesdaily, @theGBDOC,@dulce_guerrero, @saraknic, @YCDTProject and @theCanDOC for Hosting an hour and making #WDDchat12 a huge success.   Thank you to each and everyone that participated lurked and chatted during #WDDchat12 without you 16 hours of diabetes talk would not have been possible.

 

 

#WDDchat12 Participants 

 

 #WDDchat12 Infographic

 

Missed #WDDchat12?  You can read the topics and questions, here.  Thank you, Symplur for providing the analytics.

 

 

 

4 Responses to “World Diabetes Day Twitter Chat (Infographic)”

  • Thanks for doing this on the 14th… you should all be very proud of what you accomplished on this day, and what you’re accomplishing every day.

    • Cherise Shockley

      Stephen- Thank you for the kind words and for your support. We could not have done it without the help of the hosts and the community. I’m glad we were able to make it happen.

      Next year is going to be fun. I am going to have to take a day off of work.

      Cherise

  • Thanks for doing this!

    I am so happy that I was able to participate.

    Such a wonderful day to educate the world’s population about diabetes.

  • WOW! These stats are incredible! So glad I was able to participate. What a wonderful and uplifting way to recognize World Diabetes Day! xo

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