SORMAS conference 2023
SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLKIT
The SORMAS Annual Conference in Berlin October 2023 is a wonderful opportunity to connect with the SORMAS global ecosystem physically, but also with our digital partners across the world via social media. This Social Media toolkit will provide you with information on how you can enhance your online presence at SORMAS Annual Conference, together with some guidelines on how you can share content including photos. You are welcome to use the sample social media posts aligned with the key event themes of the conference to spread the word about your participation. Please do share highlights from the days, incorporating your own reflections.
Social media guidelines
We welcome social media posts at the conference, and this includes all public settings such as the conference and breakout rooms, and outdoor space. Please consider the following when sharing on social media:
- In accordance with the Chatham House Rules, please share the learnings and insights gained from the sessions without mentioning the presenters by name.
- Spread the word: tag @sormas and use main hashtags #SORMASBerlin2023 whenever possible.
- You can also use hashtags related to the content to increase engagement, e.g., #FHIR #Sustainability #pandemicpreparedness
If you prefer that your photo is not taken, kindly inform Dennis Marcheel at email@example.com
Photography by individuals for social media is allowed at social events (the evening Get together, in conference and breakouts rooms, and outdoor space at the Betahaus. Here is a list of suggested shots:
- Venue Photo: Group photo displaying the venue/branded backdrops.
- Happy Attendees: Capture a wide variety of candid shots that encapsulate the vibe of the event.
- Networking: Capture photos of networking in these casual settings – handshakes/business card exchange
- Audience: audience looks interested and engaged.
- Speakers: solo shots as well as pictures of them interacting with attendees.
Also a few guidelines for consideration below:
- Photography for personal and social media use is permitted throughout the Conference in public spaces – including the conference room, sessions, and outdoor space – unless the presenter has opted to be excluded.
- Please ensure the people you photograph, especially in a social setting, know they are being photographed and understand how the images will be used.
- Do not use flash, block attendees’ view of presenters when capturing photos, or otherwise disrupt presentations. Be respectful and considerate of others.
- Be sure to respect the preference of any presenter/participant who has indicated “no photo.” Please check with Dennis.
Sample Social Media Posts:
18 October I Keynote: Relevance of open-source tools in PPR (Prevention, Preparedness and Response). | Panel Discussion: Open-source tools for Prevention, Preparedness, and Response (PPR) – should Global Goods be the focus? | Unconference: What would you like to see in SORMAS 2.0?
Here @sormas #SORMASBerlin2023 for the sessions on the relevance of open-source tools in prevention, preparedness, and response (PPR). @sormas annual conference highlights the focus on global goods as an important player in the prevention, preparedness, and response endeavors. Looking forward to a thrilling session on what SORMAS 2.0 should look like! https://sormas.org/sormas-annual-conference/
Excited to be part of @SORMAS FOUNDATION Annual Conference in Berlin for discussions on the relevance of open-source tools in prevention, preparedness, and response (PPR) and why global goods such as SORMAS should be the focus in readiness to combat outbreaks and future pandemics. @SORMAS FOUNDATION partners user-countries, researchers, and implementers from all over the world to build and promote a #digitalhealth ecosystem, geared towards achieving the prevention, preparedness, and response goals. Also looking forward to a thrilling session on what SORMAS 2.0 should look like! https://sormas.org/sormas-annual-conference/
19 October I Keynote: Role of the community in the sustainability of open-source projects. | Panel discussion: Sustainability of open-source projects – what is the best model? | Unconference session: What are your ideas for the sustainability of SORMAS in countries and of SORMAS as a global Good?
Investing in the community of practice towards the sustainability of open-source projects like @sormas is key to ensuring the sustainability of such #digitalhealth solutions for combating epidemics and pandemics. This session aims to highlight potential business models for sustaining open-source projects through building a strong community of practice. I am happy to share my ideas on ways to sustain SORMAS in countries!
Investing in the community of practice to harness its role in sustaining open-source projects like @sormas is key to ensuring the sustainability of such #digitalhealth solutions for combating epidemics and pandemics. @SORMAS FOUNDATION hosts these knowledge-sharing sessions at #SORMASBerlin2023 to shine the light on the importance of building a strong community of practice, which is one of the bedrocks of sustaining open-source global goods. I am excited to share my ideas on ways to sustain the use of SORMAS in countries! https://community.sormas.org/
I My Experience (We encourage you to personalize the posts)
I attended the @sormas #SORMASBerlin2023, where I was inspired and exchanged ideas with innovative minds towards promoting open-source global goods, and the sustainability of open-source projects through building a robust community of practice in the SORMAS ecosystem. My favorite part of the conference was the…
I had the pleasure of attending @SORMAS FOUNDATION #SORMASBerlin2023, where I was inspired and exchanged ideas with innovative minds towards promoting open-source global goods, and the sustainability of open-source projects through building a robust community of practice in the SORMAS ecosystem. One major highlight of the conference for me was…
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