Published on in Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jul-Dec

Go Where the Students Are: A Comparison of the Use of Social Networking Sites Between Medical Students and Medical Educators

Go Where the Students Are: A Comparison of the Use of Social Networking Sites Between Medical Students and Medical Educators

Go Where the Students Are: A Comparison of the Use of Social Networking Sites Between Medical Students and Medical Educators

Authors of this article:

Safaa El Bialy 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Alireza Jalali 1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

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  13. Koontz N, Hill D, Dodson S, Capps A, Kamer A, Frank M, Heitkamp D. Electronic and Social Media-based Radiology Learning Initiative. Academic Radiology 2018;25(6):687 View
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  17. Johnson P, Thomas R, Fishman E. Facebook Live: A Free Real-Time Interactive Information Platform. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2018;15(1):201 View
  18. Douglass M, Moy B. Evaluation of the impact of a social media–focused intervention on reducing mental health stigma among pharmacy students. Mental Health Clinician 2019;9(3):110 View
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  24. Hortsch M. How to Make Educational Lemonade Out of a Didactic Lemon: The Benefits of Listening to Your Students. Anatomical Sciences Education 2019;12(5):572 View
  25. Kauffman L, Weisberg E, Eng J, Fishman E. Is a Picture Really Worth More than a Thousand Words? Which Instagram Post Types Elicit the Best Response for Radiology Education. Journal of Digital Imaging 2020;33(4):1053 View
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  27. Hah H, Goldin D. Exploring Care Providers’ Perceptions and Current Use of Telehealth Technology at Work, in Daily Life, and in Education: Qualitative and Quantitative Study. JMIR Medical Education 2019;5(1):e13350 View
  28. Ober C. Twitter in the Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Classroom: Examination Outcomes and Student Views. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 2019;46(1):91 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Yu C. Handbook of Research on Adult Learning in Higher Education. View
  2. McKain D, Grise J. Preparing the Higher Education Space for Gen Z. View
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  4. Chapman J, Lee L, Swailes N. Biomedical Visualisation. View
  5. Hennessy C, Smith C. Biomedical Visualisation. View