Preprints & Twitter in the Time of COVID-19 | #JNOLive

Preprint servers and professional discourse on social media sites like Twitter have been incredibly helpful in spreading useful information as the COVID-19 pandemic changes over time. But they clearly function as a double-edged sword, spreading information rapidly prior to traditional peer review. JAMA Network Open Editors Eli Perencevich and Roy Perlis join us to discuss on #JNOLive. #Coronavirus #SARSCoV2

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