Qualitative Twitter analysis of participants, tweet strategies, and tweet content at a major urologic conference

A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Urological Association Journal, 2016

Title
Qualitative Twitter analysis of participants, tweet strategies, and tweet content at a major urologic conference
Authors
Borgmann, H., Woelm, J. H., Merseburger, A., Nestler, T., Salem, J., Brandt, M. P., … & Loeb, S.
Published
December 31, 2015
Journal
Canadian Urological Association Journal
Impact Factor
1.92
DOI
10.5489/cuaj.3322
Pubmed
26977205
APA Citation
Borgmann, H., Woelm, J. H., Merseburger, A., Nestler, T., Salem, J., Brandt, M. P., … & Loeb, S. (2016). Qualitative Twitter analysis of participants, tweet strategies, and tweet content at a major urologic conference. Canadian Urological Association Journal, 10(1-2), 39-44. Chicago
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A healthcare social media research article published in Canadian Urological Association Journal, 2016

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