Circ CQO Twitter Journal Club: Join the Conversation!
The editors of Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes are excited to bring you the Circ CQO Twitter Journal Club.
Led by John Ryan, MD, our Innovations Editor, these virtual journal clubs bring together authors, editors, and readers on a monthly basis to discuss an article from the journal or an issue facing the CV outcomes community.
We invite you, as members of the community and readers of the journal, to join these discussions and share your thoughts with us.
This is how it works: For an hour, the @CircOutcomes Twitter account will be dedicated to the journal club. (We use the hashtag #outcomesjc in all of our tweets, and you should too!) We will pose questions for discussion throughout the hour. As moderators, we will be active for the whole time, but you can feel free to jump in and out of the conversation as your time permits. After the journal club is over, we will post a Storify summary of the discussion.
During the journal club, you can:
- Ask questions about the article
- Respond to the editors’ questions with your own thoughts or experiences
- Comment on the article’s findings
- Talk to other journal readers and members of our community
- Learn more about the paper and issues facing CV outcomes research today
Upcoming journal clubs will be posted on the journal twitter feed and the journal homepage.
Upcoming Journal Clubs:
Date: Tuesday, June 20
Time: 8–9 pm Eastern time
Article: Social Risk Factors and Performance Under Medicare’s Value-Based Purchasing Programs
Special Guest: Karen Joynt
Past Journal Clubs:
Date: Monday, April 24
Article: Total Center Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Volume and 30-Day Mortality: A Contemporary National Cohort Study of 427 467 Elective, Urgent, and Emergency Cases
Special Guests: Chris P. Gale and Darragh O’Neill
Date: Tuesday, March 7
Article: Healthcare Utilization and Expenditures Associated With Appropriate and Inappropriate Implantable Defibrillator Shocks
Special Guest: Steven Zweibel
Date: Sunday, January 29
Article: Video-Only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Education for High-Risk Families Before Hospital Discharge: A Multicenter Pragmatic Trial
Special Guest: Audrey Blewer