Social Media, Evidence‐Based Tweeting, andJCEHP

A healthcare social media research article published in The Journal of Continuing Education for Health Professionals, September 30, 2014

Title
Social Media, Evidence‐Based Tweeting, andJCEHP
Authors (alpha)
Alexander M. Djuricich
Published
September 30, 2014
Journal
The Journal of Continuing Education for Health Professionals
DOI
10.1002/chp.21250
Pubmed
25530289
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A healthcare social media research article published in The Journal of Continuing Education for Health Professionals, September 30, 2014

Abstract

Medical practice and medical journals must adapt to a constantly changing environment, in which social media plays an ever-increasing role. Social media platforms such as Twitter can provide an opportunity to disseminate information in innovative ways. The concept of evidence-based tweeting is introduced, especially as "tweeting the meeting" continues to expand within medical conferences and other venues important for continuing education for health care providers. Future social media strategies for the journal are outlined.


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