Measuring Audience Engagement for Public Health Twitter Chats: Insights From #LiveFitNOLA

A healthcare social media research article published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, 2017

Title
Measuring Audience Engagement for Public Health Twitter Chats: Insights From #LiveFitNOLA
Authors
Rabarison, K.M., Croston, M.A., Englar, N.K., Bish, C.L, Flynn, S.M., Johnson, C.C.
Published
December 31, 2016
Journal
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance
Impact Factor
5.175
DOI
10.2196/publichealth.7181
Pubmed
28596149
APA Citation
Rabarison, K.M., Croston, M.A., Englar, N.K., Bish, C.L, Flynn, S.M., Johnson, C.C. Measuring Audience Engagement for Public Health Twitter Chats: Insights From #LiveFitNOLA JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, 2017;3(2):e34
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A healthcare social media research article published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, 2017

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