“Nothing about us without us”—patient partnership in medical conferences

A healthcare social media research article published in BMJ, 2016

Title
“Nothing about us without us”—patient partnership in medical conferences
Authors
Chu, L.F., Utengen, A., Kadry, B., Kucharski, S.E., Campos, H., Crockett, J., et al.
Published
September 13, 2016
Journal
BMJ
Impact Factor
19.967
DOI
10.1136/bmj.i3883
Pubmed
27628427
APA Citation
Chu, L.F., Utengen, A., Kadry, B., Kucharski, S.E., Campos, H., Crockett, J., et al. (2016). “Nothing about us without us”—patient partnership in medical conferences. BMJ, 354 :i3883
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A healthcare social media research article published in BMJ, 2016

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