Social Media, Health Policy, and Knowledge Translation.
journal contributionposted on 2018-01-10, 10:11 authored by Damian Roland
Social media has been cited as a methodology for reducing the knowledge translation gap, creating communities of practice, and reducing traditional hierarchical divisions. Social movements have also embraced social media as a means of spreading their aims and reaching wide audiences. However, its impact on health policy is seldom considered. The author examines the complexity of clinicians' use of social media to influence policy and how policy and government groups may use social media to help their own objectives.
CitationJournal of the American College of Radiology, 2018, 15(1, B), pp. 149-152
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