pharmaphorum October 21, 2021
Jamie Doggett

Twitter has been used by health professionals for over a decade to share medical knowledge and education. Until late-2018 they had only 140 characters to do this, increasing to 280 at that time. There have been some collaborative ways to have meaningful interactions on the platform including Twitter journal clubs.

Four ways HCPs are using Twitter for medical education

Journal clubs: a well established means of medical education

Just like traditional journal clubs, Twitter journal clubs select a journal and discuss it at a fixed time and place (on Twitter, using a set hashtag). Twitter journal clubs have now been used by healthcare professionals as a form of online, free, open medical education for many years.

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