Here’s a quick look at what Thrive was up to last week:
Sleep deprivation affects how we interpret emotional cues. The FDA is tired of misleading food labels. Second hand smoke has deadly consequences. Children’s launches a new stem cell website. One mother tells her story of finding out her daughter has celiac disease. Do you know what disease sounds like? Children’s Facebook fan page reaches 100,000 fans. Ray Tye, a noted children’s philanthropist, dies. Michael Agus, MD, reports back from Haiti – twice. Should you take your kids to see Alice in Wonderland?
Thrive would like to congratulate Children’s Hospital Boston’s Facebook fan page for reaching more than 100,000 fans. That’s almost enough people to fill up Fenway Park three times!
To celebrate, we’d like to share some of the most popular posts on Children’s Facebook fan page with you.
- Valentine’s Day: This post received more interactions than other any post in Children’s Facebook history.
- Cardiac Grant: Most liked post.
- Thrive stories: You’re an Ava-what? and Call of Duty were the most popular Thrive stories Children’s Facebook fan page linked to.
- Fan favorites: Dr. Judith Palfrey Carries the Olympic Torch and Haiti: Children’s Response to a Country in Need were loved by Children’s Facebook fans.
- Celebrity Visits: Bruins, Celtics and Boys Like Girls
If you’re not one already, become a Children’s Facebook fan today!
Here’s a quick look at what Thrive was up to last week.
Do you know how dangerous drowsy driving is for your teen? Teen brains really are different. Parents consider hastening death for terminally ill children. Do small changes in our diet really add up? Children’s Facebook page is named one of the best hospital pages. A Children’s critical care nurse tells her story about caring for Haitian earthquake victims on the USNS Comfort. Do you know how to recognize the early signs of autism? Learn why it’s important for young boys and girls to see female characters on screen. Children’s hearing needs to be protected beginning at a very young age.
Children’s Hospital Boston’s Facebook fan page was recently given the honor of being named one of the “Best Hospital Facebook Pages” in the children’s hospital category by the social media and e-commerce blog Alert Presence.
Here’s what they have to say about Children’s Facebook fan page:
Children’s Hospital Boston has created a Facebook page by which all other hospital pages should be judged. It’s so impressive it inspired a future Alert Presence article, “The Anatomy of a Great Hospital Facebook Page.” The expertly designed profile picture, beautifully presented tab pages and even their own viral marketing Facebook applications have all contributed to the page attracting over 90,000 fans.
If you have a minute to browse the page, we suggest you view the “interact” tab which contains the Flu Fighter, I Saved a Life and Get Well Soon applications.
We are approaching 100,000 fans. So, if you haven’t already, please show Children’s your support by becoming a Facebook fan.