Twitter Etiquette, Top 10 Dos and Don'ts of Twitter - http://bit.ly/N6XtJTweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source, links, etc. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support. Image source: OpenClipArt.org, public domain.
What level of Twitter user are you? http://bit.ly/2fYVml
"How to Turn Your Camera Phone into a Police-Style Dash Cam" http://bit.ly/qdj8N
Sydney international food festival: food flag ads http://bit.ly/WEjKW
Dan Brown's 20 Worst Sentences" http://bit.ly/1w9Qz
Bent Objects Promo Video http://bit.ly/G8a9C
"The eGFR Consult" - PCP refers an elderly patient to a nephrologist based solely on an eGFR determined to be abnormal http://bit.ly/3WQQS
RT @scanman "Medicolegalspeak Reports http://bit.ly/Vt2Xc My reports aren't like this. Malpractice litigation is almost non-existent here"
Scripps Clinic: What are the goals of your social media program? Is there a particular Social Network that you prefer for your hospital program? http://bit.ly/1cFdiE
Quick primer on the proper way to interact at conferences http://bit.ly/YpgJZ
A family portrait http://bit.ly/1kVDwL
Simple solution to polyuria from China Daily http://bit.ly/33ybV4
An example of a false scientific conclusion... :) http://bit.ly/wmrbG
ePatient Dave: "Give patients (that’s you) access to all their (your) data – so they can help" http://bit.ly/25CDPq
RT @Pogue: "1 million followers today. A little scary: that's more than read the Times, more than watch CNBC, more than read my books..."
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