Published on in Vol 6 , No 1 (2004) :

The Internet as a Vehicle to Communicate Health Information During a Public Health Emergency: A Survey Analysis Involving the Anthrax Scare of 2001

The Internet as a Vehicle to Communicate Health Information During a Public Health Emergency: A Survey Analysis Involving the Anthrax Scare of 2001

The Internet as a Vehicle to Communicate Health Information During a Public Health Emergency: A Survey Analysis Involving the Anthrax Scare of 2001

Journals

  1. Glik D. Risk Communication for Public Health Emergencies. Annual Review of Public Health 2007;28(1):33 View
  2. Kim D, Kreps G. An Analysis of Government Communication in the United States During the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Recommendations for Effective Government Health Risk Communication. World Medical & Health Policy 2020;12(4):398 View
  3. Tanner A, Friedman D, Koskan A, Barr D. Disaster Communication on the Internet: A Focus on Mobilizing Information. Journal of Health Communication 2009;14(8):741 View
  4. Tanner A, Friedman D. Health on the Web: An examination of health content and mobilising information on local television Websites. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2011;36(1):50 View
  5. Hesse B, Moser R, Rutten L, Kreps G. The Health Information National Trends Survey: Research From the Baseline. Journal of Health Communication 2006;11(sup001):vii View
  6. Koskan A, Foster C, Karlis J, Rose I, Tanner A. Characteristics and influences of H1N1 communication on college students. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 2012;21(4):418 View
  7. Mixer S, Lindley L, Wallace H, Fornehed M, Wool C. The relationship between the nursing environment and delivering culturally sensitive perinatal hospice care. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 2015;21(9):423 View
  8. Rizo C, Lupea D, Baybourdy H, Anderson M, Closson T, Jadad A. What Internet Services Would Patients Like From Hospitals During an Epidemic? Lessons From the SARS Outbreak in Toronto. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2005;7(4):e46 View
  9. Mao C, Wu X, Fu X, Di M, Yu Y, Yuan J, Yang Z, Tang J. An Internet-Based Epidemiological Investigation of the Outbreak of H7N9 Avian Influenza A in China Since Early 2013. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e221 View
  10. Savoia E, Massin-Short S, Rodday A, Aaron L, Higdon M, Stoto M. Public Health Systems Research in Emergency Preparedness. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2009;37(2):150 View
  11. Zach L. What Do I Do in an Emergency? The Role of Public Libraries in Providing Information During Times of Crisis. Science & Technology Libraries 2011;30(4):404 View
  12. Lowrey W, Evans W, Gower K, Robinson J, Ginter P, McCormick L, Abdolrasulnia M. Effective media communication of disasters: Pressing problems and recommendations. BMC Public Health 2007;7(1) View
  13. Tanner A, Blake C, Thrasher J. Tracking Beverage Nutrition Information in the News: An Evaluation of Beverage-Related Health Reports on Television News. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2012;51(1):1 View
  14. Yu L, Li L, Tang L. What can mass media do to control public panic in accidents of hazardous chemical leakage into rivers? A multi-agent-based online opinion dissemination model. Journal of Cleaner Production 2017;143:1203 View
  15. Allaire M. Disaster loss and social media: Can online information increase flood resilience?. Water Resources Research 2016;52(9):7408 View
  16. Wray R, Becker S, Henderson N, Glik D, Jupka K, Middleton S, Henderson C, Drury A, Mitchell E. Communicating With the Public About Emerging Health Threats: Lessons From the Pre-Event Message Development Project. American Journal of Public Health 2008;98(12):2214 View
  17. Evans W. Bibliography. Health Communication 2005;17(1):105 View
  18. Seltzer E, Horst-Martz E, Lu M, Merchant R. Public sentiment and discourse about Zika virus on Instagram. Public Health 2017;150:170 View
  19. Utunen H, Ndiaye N, Piroux C, George R, Attias M, Gamhewage G. Global Reach of an Online COVID-19 Course in Multiple Languages on OpenWHO in the First Quarter of 2020: Analysis of Platform Use Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e19076 View
  20. Bates B, Romina S, Ahmed R. The effect of improved readability scores on consumers’ perceptions of the quality of health information on the internet. Journal of Cancer Education 2007;22(1):15 View
  21. Ledford C. Contending mediated risk messages: A grounded theory of the physician–patient discussion of a prescription medication's changing risk. Patient Education and Counseling 2011;83(1):14 View
  22. Choi M, McKeever B. News framing of avian flu: Media advocacy and response to a public health crisis. Newspaper Research Journal 2019;40(4):451 View
  23. Lyu S, Chen R, Wang S, Weng Y, Peng E, Lee M. Perception of spokespersons' performance and characteristics in crisis communication: Experience of the 2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak in Taiwan. Journal of the Formosan Medical Association 2013;112(10):600 View
  24. Cole J, Ezziane S, Watkins C. Rapid Creation of an Online Discussion Space (r/nipah) During a Serious Disease Outbreak: Observational Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(4):e13753 View
  25. Fallon L, Schmalzried H, Hasan N. Communications Between Local Health Departments and the Public During Emergencies. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2011;17(1):E1 View
  26. Taylor-Robinson D, Elders K, Milton B, Thurston H. Students' attitudes to the communications employed during an outbreak of meningococcal disease in a UK school: a qualitative study. Journal of Public Health 2010;32(1):32 View
  27. Sugimoto T, Shinozaki T, Miyamoto Y. Aftershocks Associated With Impaired Health Caused by the Great East Japan Disaster Among Youth Across Japan: A National Cross-Sectional Survey. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2013;2(2):e31 View
  28. Marquet R, Bartelds A, van Noort S, Koppeschaar C, Paget J, Schellevis F, van der Zee J. Internet-based monitoring of influenza-like illness (ILI) in the general population of the Netherlands during the 2003–2004 influenza season. BMC Public Health 2006;6(1) View
  29. Kreps G. Applying Weick's model of organizing to health care and health promotion: Highlighting the central role of health communication. Patient Education and Counseling 2009;74(3):347 View
  30. Tanner A, Friedman D, Barr D, Koskan A. Preparing for Disaster: An Examination of Public Health Emergency Information on Local TV Web Sites. Electronic News 2008;2(4):218 View
  31. Ledford C. Mediated Medication-Risk Messages: A Content Analysis of Print News Coverage of Increased Medication Risk. Communication Quarterly 2013;61(4):397 View
  32. Marshall K, Begier E, Griffith K, Adams M, Hadler J. A Population Survey of Smallpox Knowledge, Perceptions, and Healthcare-Seeking Behavior Surrounding the Iraq Invasion—Connecticut 2002–03. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 2005;3(3):246 View
  33. Chung I. Social Amplification of Risk in the Internet Environment. Risk Analysis 2011;31(12):1883 View
  34. Schmalzried H, Fleming Fallon L, Harper E. Assessing informational website communications during emergencies and disasters. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 2012;17(3):199 View
  35. Jardine C, Boerner F, Boyd A, Driedger S, Cowling B. The More the Better? A Comparison of the Information Sources Used by the Public during Two Infectious Disease Outbreaks. PLOS ONE 2015;10(10):e0140028 View
  36. Thompson E. Communicating a Health Risk/Crisis: Exploring the Experiences of Journalists Covering a Proximate Epidemic. Science Communication 2019;41(6):707 View
  37. Rogers W, Street J, Braunack-Mayer A, Hiller J. Pandemic influenza communication: views from a deliberative forum. Health Expectations 2009;12(3):331 View
  38. Liu R. Interactive high-quality text classification. Information Processing & Management 2008;44(3):1062 View
  39. Gu H, Chen B, Zhu H, Jiang T, Wang X, Chen L, Jiang Z, Zheng D, Jiang J. Importance of Internet Surveillance in Public Health Emergency Control and Prevention: Evidence From a Digital Epidemiologic Study During Avian Influenza A H7N9 Outbreaks. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e20 View
  40. Karl K, Lytle A. Nuclear weapons risk communication: evaluating the impact of message exposure and format. Journal of Risk Research 2020:1 View
  41. Muselli M, Cofini V, Desideri G, Necozione S. Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic: How may communication strategies influence our behaviours?. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 2021;53:101982 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Holmgren S. Information Resources in Toxicology. View
  2. Lowrey W, Evans W, Gower K, Robinson J, Ginter P, McCormick L, Abdolrasulnia M. Journalism. View
  3. Cummings L. Reasoning and Public Health: New Ways of Coping with Uncertainty. View
  4. Siedschlag A. Versicherheitlichung des Bevölkerungsschutzes. View
  5. Liu R. New Trends in Applied Artificial Intelligence. View
  6. . Landesman’s Public Health Management of Disasters: The Practice Guide, 4th edition. View