Social Media Engagement at Academic Conferences: Report of the Association of Pathology Chairs 2018 and 2019 Annual Meeting Social Media Committee

A healthcare social media research article published in Academic Pathology, July 16, 2020

Title
Social Media Engagement at Academic Conferences: Report of the Association of Pathology Chairs 2018 and 2019 Annual Meeting Social Media Committee
Authors (alpha)
Adam L. Booth, Amy Y. Lin, Anne Champeaux, Christina Hanos, Dana Razzano, Daniel G. Remick, Jennifer Laudadio, Kamran M. Mirza, Karen Kelly, Kathleen T. Montone, Kelley Suskie, Marilea Grider, Mary Gupta, Michael D. Feldman, Michael Schubert, Nadeem Zafar, Nicole D Riddle, Priscilla S. Markwood, Scott R. Anderson, Simone Gittens, Stanley J. Robboy, Tarush Kothari, Timothy C. Allen, Valerie Fitzhugh, Victor G. Prieto, Yonah C. Ziemba
Published
July 16, 2020
Journal
Academic Pathology
DOI
10.1177/2374289520934019
Pubmed
32733989
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A healthcare social media research article published in Academic Pathology, July 16, 2020

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