Novel Use of Twitter to Disseminate and Evaluate Adherence with Clinical Guidelines by the European Association of Urology

A healthcare social media research article published in BJU International, 2017

Title
Novel Use of Twitter to Disseminate and Evaluate Adherence with Clinical Guidelines by the European Association of Urology
Authors
Loeb, S., Roupret, M., Van Oort, I
Published
January 31, 2017
Journal
BJU International
Impact Factor
4.387
DOI
10.1111/bju.13802
Pubmed
28170154
APA Citation
Loeb, S., Roupret, M., Van Oort, I., et al. (2017), Novel Use of Twitter to Disseminate and Evaluate Adherence with Clinical Guidelines by the European Association of Urology. BJU International.
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A healthcare social media research article published in BJU International, 2017

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