Twitter Journal Club Wraps Up Another Great Discussion

That’s another Duke Anesthesiology Twitter Journal Club in the books! Starting on Sunday February 21st and co-hosted with The American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA), the fourth installment of #AnesJC gathered more than 380,000 impressions, 300+ tweets, and 43 participants on Twitter.

We also had a lively, classroom discussion among Duke Anesthesiology’s residents and moderators, Dr. Ankeet Udani (@AnkeetUdani) and Dr. Daniel Moyse, MD (@DanMoyseMD). Held on Thursday, February 25th at the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center and live via Twitter, the topic of discussion was a clinically relevant and engaging Pain Medicine article, “Pain Phenotypes and Associated Clinical Risk Factors Following Traumatic Amputation.” The article was co-written by Duke Anesthesiology faculty Thomas Buchheit MD, Thomas Van de Ven MD, PhD, Hung-Lun John Hsia MD, David B. MacLeod MB BS, FRCA, Francis J. Keefe PhD, and alumnus Chester “Trip” Buckenmaier MD. Drs. Buchheit and Hsia were able to join the in-person discussion, which added terrific perspective into the research they conducted for this article.

The next Twitter Journal Club will be held in May 2016 and co-hosted with the publication Anesthesiology, the official journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA). Join the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #AnesJC!

Learn more about the Twitter Journal Club, view past discussions and read this past week’s curated discussion.

Chris KeithTwitter Journal Club Wraps Up Another Great Discussion