Social Media and Scholarly Publication: What Is the Connection?

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  • Author(s): Katz A;Katz A
  • Source:
    Oncology nursing forum [Oncol Nurs Forum] 2019 Sep 01; Vol. 46 (5), pp. 517-518.
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    Editorial; Personal Narrative
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      Publisher: Oncology Nursing Society Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 7809033 Publication Model: Print Cited Medium: Internet ISSN: 1538-0688 (Electronic) Linking ISSN: 0190535X NLM ISO Abbreviation: Oncol Nurs Forum Subsets: MEDLINE
    • Publication Information:
      Publication: Pittsburgh, PA : Oncology Nursing Society
      Original Publication: New York, Oncology Nursing Society.
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    • Abstract:
      A recent post on The Scholarly Kitchen website got me thinking about the role of social media in my professional life. I have young adult children who keep me in the loop about social trends to some extent. They instructed me to join Facebook many years ago and, since then, I have remembered friends' and relatives' birthdays with much greater success. I joined Twitter and, for a time, had a personal as well as professional account. It was difficult to keep those separate, and I eventually stopped tweeting on the personal account. I only use my professional one now and with greater circumspect (no politics and fewer complaints about hotels and airlines). I have an Instagram account where I follow many chefs, winemakers, and artists, and I enjoy the beautiful images that they post.
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      Keywords: ResearchGate*; communication*; publication*; scholarly collaboration networks*; social media*
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      Date Created: 20190820 Date Completed: 20200424 Latest Revision: 20200424
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