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4 Cardiothoracic Resources to Follow on Twitter

By Anna Mueller, MS | 18 Sep 2015

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Whether you want to connect with fellow peers, find a mentor, or are just curious about the world of cardiothoracic surgery, Twitter offers an array of resources. We took a look at the social networking site and picked four cardiothoracic surgeons that are worth checking out. Here they are:

1. Dr. Nikki Stamp

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Surgery is a male-dominated profession, and Dr. Nikki Stamp wants to change that. The Australian cardiothoracic surgeon is a big promoter of the hashtag #ILookLikeASurgeon, which seeks to challenge gender stereotypes in the surgical field. In addition to promoting the #ILookLikeaSurgeon hashtag, Stamp Tweets about surgical news and mentoring. She also takes time to blog about surgical issues and gender stereotypes.

2. Dr. Toby Cosgrove

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Currently the CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, Cosgrove Tweets about healthcare trends and happenings around the Cleveland Clinic. A LinkedIn influencer, Cosgrove also contributes articles on the state of healthcare to the site.

3. The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS)

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Though not a single surgeon, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons Tweets about STS member news, medical news and happenings with the society. 

4. The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network (CTSNet)

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The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network Tweets about cardiothoracic surgery techniques, jobs and interviews with fellow surgeons.

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