Quantification of Urology-Related Twitter Traffic Activity through a Standardized List of Social Media Communication Descriptors

A healthcare social media research article published in Urology Practice, 2016

Title
Quantification of Urology-Related Twitter Traffic Activity through a Standardized List of Social Media Communication Descriptors
Authors
Borgmann, H., Katz, M.S., Catto, J., Weight, C., Kutikov, A.
Published
September 30, 2016
Journal
Urology Practice
Impact Factor
0.081
DOI
10.1016/j.urpr.2016.07.011
APA Citation
Borgmann, H., Katz, M.S., Catto, J., Weight, C., Kutikov, A. (2016). Quantification of Urology-Related Twitter Traffic Activity through a Standardized List of Social Media Communication Descriptors. Urology Practice.
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A healthcare social media research article published in Urology Practice, 2016

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