Social Media and #MedEd: Moving Beyond Descriptive Research

A healthcare social media research article published in Medical Education, October 21, 2020

Title
Social Media and #MedEd: Moving Beyond Descriptive Research
Authors (alpha)
Caroline G. Coleman, Jennifer O. Spicer
Published
October 21, 2020
Journal
Medical Education
Impact Factor
4.005
DOI
10.1111/medu.14390
Pubmed
33034074
Altmetric
A healthcare social media research article published in Medical Education, October 21, 2020

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