MP020: Do real-time Twitter metrics correlate with traditional emergency medicine post-conference speaker evaluations?

A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2016

Title
MP020: Do real-time Twitter metrics correlate with traditional emergency medicine post-conference speaker evaluations?
Authors
Yiu, S., Dewhirst, S., Lee, C., Jalaili, A., Frank, J.
Published
June 1, 2016
Journal
Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine
Impact Factor
1.106
DOI
10.1017/cem.2016.161
APA Citation
Yiu, S., Dewhirst, S., Lee, C., Jalaili, A., Frank, J. (2016). MP020: Do real-time Twitter metrics correlate with traditional emergency medicine post-conference speaker evaluations? Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, Volume 18, Issue S1
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A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2016

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