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engaging Sharing Information Through Social Media We use our social media tools to provide help in real time to doctors, members of the public, and organizations who are looking for information or assistance. We also use social media to promote our consultations, and our media releases. In addition, we live tweet each Council meeting and we have seen significant interest from a broad audience of media and health-care stakeholders who have shared the outcome of discussions and decisions at Council. Members of the public and the profession also are encouraged to use Facebook and Twitter to ask questions about various aspects of the CPSO, including how to file a complaint, become a Peer Assessor or find information on policies. Website Statistics + 2.2 million visitors (2.1 million in 2014) + 8.7 million visits (8 million in 2014) @cpso_ca Dying With Dignity @DWDCanada Jan 26 We thank the College for its hard work and its focus on patient choice as well as safety. #AssistedDying #ONpoli Scott Wooder @ScottWooder Dec 8 CPSO actively seeking feedback on draft, Interim policy on assisted death. Thankfully someone is preparing for Feb6 Debra BoyceMD @dboyceMD Dec 3 Interesting -live tweeting of the @cpso_ca Board meeting, posting resolutions as they pass. @cDrPatCeresia Most visited pages: Jason Profetto @JProfetto Nov 7 I commend @cpso_ca, I think they are fair and thorough. I am impressed with their investigators. 1. Public Register/Doc search 2. Homepage 3. Members login dashboard (for annual renewal) 4. Members Info tab 5. About Us Jocelyn Downie @jgdownie Sep 25 Once again Ont. College of Physicians shows leadership - implementing #SCCRasouli drs can’t unilaterally w/w tx bit. ly/1OzmPFJ + 49.9 million page views (46.7 million in 2014) Annual Report 2015 35