Novel survey disseminated through Twitter supports its utility for networking, disseminating research, advocacy, clinical practice and other professional goals

A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Urological Association Journal, 2015

Title
Novel survey disseminated through Twitter supports its utility for networking, disseminating research, advocacy, clinical practice and other professional goals
Authors
Borgmann, H., DeWitt, S., Tsaur, I., Haferkamp, A., & Loeb, S.
Published
August 31, 2015
Journal
Canadian Urological Association Journal
Impact Factor
1.92
DOI
10.5489/cuaj.3014
Pubmed
26664662
APA Citation
Borgmann, H., DeWitt, S., Tsaur, I., Haferkamp, A., & Loeb, S. (2015). Novel survey disseminated through Twitter supports its utility for networking, disseminating research, advocacy, clinical practice and other professional goals. Canadian Urological Association Journal, 9(9-10), E713–E717.
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A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Urological Association Journal, 2015

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