DOI:​10.1177/003335490912400603
Corpus ID: 37970019
Updating Public Health Teaching Methods in the Era of Social Media
J. Kapp, J. LeMaster, +2 authors M. Hosokawa
Published 2009
Sociology, Medicine

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Julie M. Kapp, MPH, PHDab Joseph W. LeMaster, MD, MPHa M. Boden Lyon, MEdc Beilei Zhang, MSd Michael C. Hosokawa, EdD* Web 2.01 describes the interactive, collective intelligence of today's Internet… Expand
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