Tweeting is Teaching – #RespEd: Free, Open-Access Twitter educational resource for trainees and specialists in Respiratory Medicine

A healthcare social media research article published in Thorax, 2015

Title
Tweeting is Teaching – #RespEd: Free, Open-Access Twitter educational resource for trainees and specialists in Respiratory Medicine
Authors
Lee, R. W., Smith, L. J., & Hillman, T.
Published
November 30, 2015
Journal
Thorax
Impact Factor
8.29
DOI
10.1136/thoraxjnl-2015-207770.453
APA Citation
Lee, R. W., Smith, L. J., & Hillman, T. (2015). M26 Tweeting is Teaching-#RespEd: Free, Open-Access Twitter educational resource for trainees and specialists in Respiratory Medicine. Thorax, 70(Suppl 3), A238-A238.
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A healthcare social media research article published in Thorax, 2015

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