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The (R)evolution of social media in oncology: engage, enlighten, and encourage.

11 Jul, 2022 | 12:33h | UTC

The (R)evolution of Social Media in Oncology: Engage, Enlighten, and Encourage – Cancer Discovery


Twitter promotion is associated with higher citation rates of cardiovascular articles: the ESC Journals Randomized Study – European Society of Cardiology (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

Randomized Trial: Twitter Promotion Increases Citation Rates of Cardiovascular Articles

Does Tweeting Improve Citations? One-Year Results from the TSSMN Prospective Randomized Trial

A critical review on altmetrics: can we measure the social impact factor?

As scientists take to Twitter, study shows power of ‘visual abstract’ graphics

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Optimizing the use of Twitter for research dissemination: The “Three Facts and a Story” randomized-controlled trial.

Perspective: How Twitter is Changing Medical Research

Keeping Up With Cardiology: Old-School Learning Versus the Twittersphere – TCTMD

Scientists on Twitter: Preaching to the choir or singing from the rooftops? – Facets

Rise of the Tweetorial – Precious Bodily Fluids

Social Medicine: Twitter in Healthcare – Journal of Clinical Medicine

University of Twitter? Scientists give impromptu lecture critiquing nutrition research – CBC

Twitter-Based Medicine: How Social Media is Changing the Public’s View of Medicine – The Health Care Blog

What’s your doctor reading? How social media is disrupting medical education – National Post


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