SSR TweetChats

Join your fellow MSK radiologists for our 2nd SSR TweetChat on Tuesday, April 13th, from 7:00pm – 8:00pm (EST).  

TweetChat Topic: Current and Future Uses of A.I. in MSK Imaging

Moderators: Jan Fritz, MD (@JanFritzMSK), Vivek Kalia, MD (@VivekKaliaMD)

What is a TweetChat?
TweetChat (uses Twitter) is the platform SSR Members and Non-Members will use to discuss a wide variety of MSK topics using the hashtag #SSRTweets. It is a live, moderated, conversation. We will be using a set of pre-defined questions that will be discussed sequentially. These questions will be tweeted out several days in advance from the main SSR Twitter account (@SSRbone).

During this session, you can reply to the @SSRbone hashtag (along with other participant tweets), but we ask that you include the #SSRTweets hashtag so that your tweet can be easily found by other participants.

How do I get involved?
Some of you already have twitter accounts and may be familiar with TweetChats. For those of you who do not, here are some simple steps you’ll need to follow in order to engage in the SSR TweetChat:

  1. Create a user account on Twitter. A direct link for Twitter account creation can be found here ( You can also download the app on your phone and create your account via the app. 
  2. Once your account is created, use the search box on your Twitter homepage to find the SSR main Twitter account (@SSRbone) and click the “Follow” button at the top of the page.

For our TweetChat, the @SSRbone account will be tweeting out the first question at 7:00pm (EST) on Tuesday, April 13th. You will have the opportunity to easily reply, “like,” or re-tweet in response to posts as they come in live. 

Important Note: Every tweet you post needs to have the #SSRTweets hashtag at the end of your tweet to have your response included in the conversation.

How can I view other responses during the TweetChat?
We anticipate lively conversation! To view your colleagues’ responses, go to your Twitter homepage and enter the hashtag "#SSRTweets" into the Search box.

Please note: Once you search for #SSRTweets, the output will show you all Tweets containing that hashtag; it will default to show you "Top" tweets as you'll notice in the bar at the top. You will have to click on the “Latest” button to see all of the newest responses as they come in live.
As the conversation progresses (every minute or so), refresh the #SSRTweets search page to see new posts and remember to click "Latest" each time.  

We look forward to tweeting with you all on April 13th!
Society of Skeletal Radiology