Twitter, a microblogging platform founded in 2006, reported 321 million active monthly users by the end of 2018.1 Physicians use Twitter to interact and in the process have created Twitter-based journal clubs, a virtual incarnation of traditional in-person journal clubs.2 Twitter journal clubs create opportunities for learning and community building, which can be powerful for small specialties such as dermatology. In this Viewpoint, we discuss how Twitter journal clubs offer a unique platform for connecting dermatologists and provide advantages beyond the traditional journal club.
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Daneshjou R, Adamson AS. Twitter Journal Clubs: Medical Education in the Era of Social Media. JAMA Dermatol. 2020;156(7):729–730. doi:10.1001/jamadermatol.2020.0315
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