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    Dr. Stacy Loeb’s Twitter advice for urology residents


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    There are also many great opportunities to become involved with a larger urologic community on Twitter. This includes professional conferences, where you can use the hashtag for the meeting to share exciting new content. There is also a monthly Twitter-based urology journal club indexed using #urojc, which provides the opportunity to discuss important new studies with international colleagues. Finally, many of the professional societies host tweet chats during awareness months, where it is possible to engage with a wider group of physicians, patients, and other key stakeholders in the field.

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    Do not be afraid of engaging in Twitter as a resident. When used appropriately according to the best practice policies, the potential benefits of Twitter far outweigh the risks. It is a highly efficient tool to stay up-to-date with important developments in the field and to expand your professional network.

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