Virtual attendance at an international physical activity meeting using Twitter: how can data visualisation provide a presence?

A healthcare social media research article published in British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2017

Title
Virtual attendance at an international physical activity meeting using Twitter: how can data visualisation provide a presence?
Authors
Mackenzie, G., Murray, A.D., Oliver, C.W.
Published
March 1, 2017
Journal
British Journal of Sports Medicine
Impact Factor
6.724
DOI
10.1136/bjsports-2016-097373
Pubmed
28254745
APA Citation
Mackenzie, G., Murray, A.D., Oliver, C.W. (2017). Virtual attendance at an international physical activity meeting using Twitter: how can data visualisation provide a presence? British Journal of Sports Medicine.
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A healthcare social media research article published in British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2017

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