JNIS podcasts: the early part of our journey
Podcasts are an area of innovation in the neurointerventional space that has the potential to convey information in ways that traditional journal articles in peer-reviewed journals do not. BMJ maintains an archive of all of its podcasts on the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery (JNIS) website. We sought to analyze this early JNIS podcast experience and assess the impact of content elements and an increased presence in social media.
Medical Subject Headings
Humans; Neurosurgery (trends); Periodicals as Topic (statistics & numerical data, trends); Social Media; Webcasts as Topic (statistics & numerical data, trends)
Journal of neurointerventional surgery
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Hirsch, Joshua A.; Fargen, Kyle; Ducruet, Andrew F.; and Tarr, Robert W., "JNIS podcasts: the early part of our journey" (2017). Translational Neuroscience. 2118.