The Glass Houses of Attending Surgeons: An Assessment of Unprofessional Behavior on Facebook Among Practicing Surgeons

A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Surgical Education, 2015

Title
The Glass Houses of Attending Surgeons: An Assessment of Unprofessional Behavior on Facebook Among Practicing Surgeons
Authors
Langenfeld, S. J., Sudbeck, C., Luers, T., Adamson, P., Cook, G., Schenarts, P.J.
Published
August 16, 2015
Journal
Journal of Surgical Education
Impact Factor
1.95
DOI
10.1016/j.jsurg.2015.07.007
Pubmed
26276300
APA Citation
Langenfeld, S. J., Sudbeck, C., Luers, T., Adamson, P., Cook, G., Schenarts, P.J. (2015). The Glass Houses of Attending Surgeons: An Assessment of Unprofessional Behavior on Facebook Among Practicing Surgeons. Journal of Surgical Education, Volume 72, Issue 6, Pages e280–e285.
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A healthcare social media research article published in Journal of Surgical Education, 2015

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