Tweeting Our Way to Cardiovascular Health

  • Redfern J
  • Ingles J
  • Neubeck L
  • et al.
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Abstract

Twitter works by users posting Tweets to their "followers" (other Twitter users who have agreed to receive a person's Tweets). [...]the more followers a Twitter user has, the more people will receive their Tweets. World Health Organization (@WHO) 271,027 588,818 54 93,393 American Heart Association (@American_Heart) 14,646 41,022 64 76,879 British Heart Foundation (@TheBHF) 152,89 40,488 62 18,906 European Society of Cardiology (@escardio) 5,465 9,316 41 39,435 American College of Cardiology (@ACCinTouch) 3,419 6,202 45 55,643 Heart Rhythm Society (@HRSonline) 1,054 2,220 52 30,605 World Heart Federation (@worldheartfed) 904 2,105 57 40,384 Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes Foundation (@SADSFoundation) 399 745 46 10,027 Cardiomyopathy Association (@Cardiomyopathy) 0 641 100 2,981 Journal (Twitter account)        

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Redfern, J., Ingles, J., Neubeck, L., Johnston, S., & Semsarian, C. (2013). Tweeting Our Way to Cardiovascular Health. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 61(15), 1657–1658. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacc.2013.01.041

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