Response to “Twitter-Based Journal Clubs: Some Additional Facts and Clarifications”

A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2015

Title
Response to “Twitter-Based Journal Clubs: Some Additional Facts and Clarifications”
Authors
Perera, M., Roberts, M., Lawrentschuk, N., & Bolton, D.
Published
September 18, 2015
Journal
Journal of Medical Internet Research
Impact Factor
4.532
DOI
10.2196/jmir.4786
Pubmed
26385506
APA Citation
Perera, M., Roberts, M., Lawrentschuk, N., & Bolton, D. (2015). Response to “Twitter-Based Journal Clubs: Some Additional Facts and Clarifications”. Journal of medical Internet research, 17(9), e217. Chicago
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A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2015

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