Ask an anatomist: Identifying global trends, topics and themes of academic anatomists using twitter

A healthcare social media research article published in Anatomical Sciences Education,

Title
Ask an anatomist: Identifying global trends, topics and themes of academic anatomists using twitter
Authors
Marsland, M. J., & Lazarus, M. D.
Published
October 3, 2017
Journal
Anatomical Sciences Education
DOI
10.1002/ase.1738
Pubmed
28976644
APA Citation
Marsland, M. J., & Lazarus, M. D. (2017). Ask an anatomist: Identifying global trends, topics and themes of academic anatomists using twitter. Anatomical Sciences Education. Chicago
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A healthcare social media research article published in Anatomical Sciences Education,

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