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Journal Evaluation & Measuring Author Impact

Overview

Social media offers faculty and researchers unique opportunities including:

  • Reaching a broad audience that may not normally have access to your publications.
  • Creating prospects for collaboration with other professionals in your field.
  • Engaging across research disciplines with effective exchanges and meaningful conversations.
  • Useful for teaching and training purposes.
  • A platform to share events, create social networking groups, and meet like-minded researchers.
  • Potential to get peer-reviewed feedback from pre-print submissions.
  • A cost-effective way to improve patient-clinical interactions.
  • The ability to disseminate large data sets to be used for multiple studies.
  • A resource to advertise study recruitment to eligible participants.

Jefferson's Social Media Policy

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