#dermpathJC: The first online dermatopathology Twitter journal club

A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, January 24, 2018

Title
#dermpathJC: The first online dermatopathology Twitter journal club
Authors (alpha)
Gregory A. Hosler, Jerad M. Gardner, Katy R. Veprauskas, Patrick S. Rush, Silvija P. Gottesman, Walter M. Klein
Published
January 24, 2018
Journal
Journal of Cutaneous Pathology
Impact Factor
1.317
DOI
10.1111/cup.13110
Pubmed
29369403
Altmetric
A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, January 24, 2018

Abstract

Twitter, an online social media platform created in the spring of 2006, has now reached approximately 328 million active monthly users1 . It allows for rapid exchange of ideas in 140 character tweets.


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