Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health Online Portal

Social Media

Welcome to the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health's pop-up social media site.

We've put it up to coincide with our publisher Wiley's annual meeting in November 2015.  It was most recently updated in May 2018.  Click on the links for a snapshot of what we've achieved, and how, in just under 3 years on social media. 

Our guiding reason for being on social media is to "be useful" to our readers and authors.  We want to offer new ways of finding, reading, promoting and sharing our journal's content.

We hope you find this site useful too. 

Update! April 2018: In collaboration with Wiley and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, we have implemented a groundbreaking 24-hours free access to every article we share on social media!  Check out our infographic on the results of our trial - below.

Update! Wiley has published a case study of our social media program from three perspectives - our Online Editor, Editor-in-Chief and Publishing Manager.

#JPCHFreeAccess Pilot Project Results

JPCH FreeAccess Infographic

Our Social Media Process Presentation


Highlights

Facebook HighlightsBeyond MilestonesThe Patient's Voice

Resources

Here are some of the resources we used.  They range from informative websites, applications and other presentations.  It's not exhaustive.

Getting StartedFinding ImagesMaking ImagesSaving TimeMaking It Work

Getting Started - How to create a social media marketing plan from scratch

Finding Images - 53 places to find free images

Making Images - Canva.com: free, quick and easy online image editor

Saving Time - Buffer.com: schedule social media posts to go out even when you're offline   

Making It Work - Common pitfalls and how to avoid them

More In-Depth Articles

Being Efficient - How to use your time on social media efficiently

Being Effective - Using social media metrics



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