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RESPIRATORY CARE Journal Now on Twitter

June 18, 2009

 

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Twitter is opening up new ways of communicating and new ways of sharing news. RESPIRATORY CARE journal has joined in by launching their Twitter presence this week.

Follow along with editor Dean Hess and other journal staff as they give you previews of papers to come and use the journal’s Twitter presence to discuss other interesting aspects of health care.

Twitter is a short burst of information; you can only write 140 characters’ worth at a time. To participate in Twitter, you’ll need your own personal Twitter account and then you’ll need to “follow” RESPIRATORY CARE on Twitter. Their page name is “respcare.”

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AARC has had its Twitter in place for three months and uses it as a way of sharing news, announcing new services, or sending kudos to members who have passed their test or are commenting on their day.