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Researchers in cardiology - Why and how to get on Twitter?

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  • Daniel Benjamin Fyenbo
  • Tanja Charlotte Frederiksen
  • Dominik Linz
  • Thomas Jespersen
  • Dobromir Dobrev
  • Gunnar Gislason
  • Konstanze Betz
  • Arnela Saljic
  • Emil Nielsen Holck
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Social media (SoMe) for professional use has gained importance for scientific impact. In cardiology, Twitter is among the preferred SoMe platforms for scientific dissemination. We are in the middle of a paradigm shift within scientific dissemination as more scientific content is presented on Twitter, and it is crucial to embrace it. Therefore, this paper includes a description and discussion of the existing literature reporting the impact of Twitter on research dissemination, as well as a guide on how to get started. In addition, we describe a case of the Danish Cardiovascular Academy Summer Meeting 2021 as an example of a scientific event that was promoted on Twitter before, during and after the event and present a survey showing that participants were inspired to increase the use of SoMe professionally. Finally, the paper addresses limitations of Twitter and SoMe for scientific use and discuss a need for an increased evidence base.

TidsskriftInternational journal of cardiology. Heart & vasculature
Sider (fra-til)101010
StatusUdgivet - jun. 2022

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