Top Articles (Article-Level Metrics)

 
 
Rank Article Tweets Tweets per MonthA
Tweets Influence FactorB
Twimpact Factor (tw7)C Twindex7D
 
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Design of an mHealth App for the Self-management of Adolescent Type 1 Diabetes: A Pilot Study
Joseph A Cafazzo, Mark Casselman, Nathaniel Hamming, Debra K Katzman, Mark R Palmert
J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e70
(May 8, 2012)
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2 0.17 0.00 47 90
 
 
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Health Domains for Sale: The Need for Global Health Internet Governance
Tim Ken Mackey, Bryan A Liang, Jillian C Kohler, Amir Attaran
J Med Internet Res 2014;16(3):e62
(Mar 5, 2014)
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52 8.31 0.00 46 100
 
 
43
Sharing Health Data for Better Outcomes on PatientsLikeMe
Paul Wicks, Michael Massagli, Jeana Frost, Catherine Brownstein, Sally Okun, Timothy Vaughan, Richard Bradley, James Heywood
J Med Internet Res 2010;12(2):e19
(Jun 14, 2010)
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3 0.25 0.00 46 95
 
 
44
How Can Research Keep Up With eHealth? Ten Strategies for Increasing the Timeliness and Usefulness of eHealth Research
Timothy B Baker, David H Gustafson, Dhavan Shah
J Med Internet Res 2014;16(2):e36
(Feb 19, 2014)
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60 8.94 0.00 45 95
 
 
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Expectations of iPad Use in an Internal Medicine Residency Program: Is It Worth the “Hype”?
Nancy Luo, Christopher G. Chapman, Bhakti K. Patel, James N. Woodruff, Vineet M. Arora
J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e88
(May 8, 2013)
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8 0.67 0.00 44 90
 
 
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Munchausen by Internet: Current Research and Future Directions
Andy Pulman, Jacqui Taylor
J Med Internet Res 2012;14(4):e115
(Aug 22, 2012)
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1 0.08 0.00 44 95
 
 
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There’s an App for That: Content Analysis of Paid Health and Fitness Apps
Joshua H. West, P. Cougar Hall, Carl L. Hanson, Michael D. Barnes, Christophe Giraud-Carrier, James Barrett
J Med Internet Res 2012;14(3):e72
(May 14, 2012)
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15 1.25 2.00 43 85
 
 
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Patients’ Ratings of Family Physician Practices on the Internet: Usage and Associations With Conventional Measures of Quality in the English National Health Service
Felix Greaves, Utz J Pape, Henry Lee, Dianna M Smith, Ara Darzi, Azeem Majeed, Christopher Millett
J Med Internet Res 2012;14(5):e146
(Oct 17, 2012)
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5 0.42 0.00 42 95
 
 
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Mapping Physician Twitter Networks: Describing How They Work as a First Step in Understanding Connectivity, Information Flow, and Message Diffusion
Ranit Mishori, Lisa Oberoi Singh, Brendan Levy, Calvin Newport
J Med Internet Res 2014;16(4):e107
(Apr 14, 2014)
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63 12.68 0.00 41 95
 
 
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Enabling Community Through Social Media
Anatoliy Gruzd, Caroline Haythornthwaite
J Med Internet Res 2013;15(10):e248
(Oct 31, 2013)
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80 7.77 189.00 40 95
 
 
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A Tweets per month statistic may be artifically inflated for newly published articles

B Tweets Influence Factor (TIF): number of tweets x avg. influence of tweeters (influence is determined by how often all tweets of that person are retweeted by others)

C Twimpact Factor (TWIF) tw7: Number of mentionings in tweets (tweetations) within first 7 days after article publication (Eysenbach 2011)

D Twindex7 (Eysenbach 2011): Rank percentile of this article when its twimpact factor (tw7) is compared to 19 previously published articles. Range 0-100, with higher scores reflecting higher impact on Twitter. Articles with a Twindex greater than 75 have a 75% chance of being highly cited (top quartile by citation), articles with a Twindex less than 75 have a 7% chance to be highly cited.