CTA Community Poll: How Do Your Oncology News-Reading Habits Compare to Your Peers?
Around 30% of poll takers indicated that they read oncology news 3 to 4 times a week and almost 25% of our respondents indicated that they read oncology news every day.
Nearly 40% of our respondents indicated that they read more than 6 journal articles a week.
The <i>Journal of Clinical Oncology</i> was the go-to resource for journal articles for almost 28% of respondents, followed by the <i>New England Journal of Medicine</i>, <i>Lancet Oncology</i>, <i>Blood</i>, and <i>JAMA</i>, respectively.
The majority of respondents access their oncology news and information from their office or home computer (48.57%) or their laptop (24.29%).
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