3 April 2020
Dancing doctors and other TikTok mayhem
In dark times, #medtwitter has tried to add some light by sharing the trend of creating TikTok videos.
In some circles, these doctors have been slammed as acting ‘unprofessional,’ but as others have pointed out, most doctors are getting their information about COVID-19 online, so why not make it fun?
These are some of the best, and worst, medical TikToks of the week.
— OB Wan-Bissaka (@dob86) December 18, 2019
— jéro™? (@molaleye85) March 30, 2020
From hospitals & clinics ?…to shelters & the streets ?. This is what healthcare looks like for @barrytierney86 and I when we’re meeting people where they’re at. As seen on #TikTok’s ‘Cinderella Challenge’. Let’s go! ???? #medtwitter #NurseTwitter #cdnhealth pic.twitter.com/FPJTVfZ2nm
— Naheed Dosani (@NaheedD) March 5, 2020
Every time people in the medical profession make a TikTok at work an innocent person dies? So sad. https://t.co/uWGP5Pvxvp
— Corey Korenic (@coreykorenic7) March 30, 2020
— Ethics in Medicine (@responsibleMDs) January 26, 2020
— Don S. Dizon MD ?? (@drdonsdizon) March 17, 2020
— caroline (@cdecde) January 19, 2020
So…. acute medical team is boosting morale with #TikTok in the midst of #COVID19. Surgical team taking up the challenge? ? @JKApollos #NHSDumfries #RuralHospital #KeepingMoraleUp #StayAtHomeAndStaySafe pic.twitter.com/HJjD3CkPn4
— Jene_Ng (@Jene_Ng) March 28, 2020