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Social Media for the Dissemination of Cochrane Child Health Evidence: Evaluation Study.

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Summary of "Social Media for the Dissemination of Cochrane Child Health Evidence: Evaluation Study."

Health care providers value ready access to reliable synthesized information to support point-of-care decision making. Web-based communities, facilitated by the adoption of social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, are increasingly being used for knowledge dissemination, bridging the gap between knowledge generation and synthesis and knowledge implementation.

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Name: Journal of medical Internet research
ISSN: 1438-8871
Pages: e308

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