Facebook versus The BMJ: when fact checking goes wrong (3)

24 January, 2022

Thanks for sharing. 

Bypassing facebook's censorship and taking the scientific finding to a more professional social media seems timely action till long term solution is available for the censorship from facebook. Linkedin seems to work well in this case.  

Kind regards, Zewdie

HIFA profile: Zewdie Mulissa is Senior Performance Monitoring & Improvement Advisor at IntraHealth International, Ethiopia. Professional interests: Quality of Care; Monitoring; Evaluation. He is a member of the Catalyst Group for the WHO/HIFA project on Learning for quality health systems. https://www.hifa.org/projects/learning-quality-health-services Email: zmulissa AT yahoo.com