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Twitter Activity Is Associated with a Higher Research Citation Index for Academic Thoracic Surgeons
Many surgeons remain skeptical navigating the intersection of professionalism and social media presence. Utilizing CTSNet.org profiles in Canada and the United States, these authors hypothesized that thoracic surgeons who are active on Twitter have a higher research citation index (h-index) than their nonactive counterparts.