Published on in Vol 14, No 1 (2012): Jan-Feb

Broad Reach and Targeted Recruitment Using Facebook for an Online Survey of Young Adult Substance Use

Broad Reach and Targeted Recruitment Using Facebook for an Online Survey of Young Adult Substance Use

Broad Reach and Targeted Recruitment Using Facebook for an Online Survey of Young Adult Substance Use

Authors of this article:

Danielle E. Ramo 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Judith J. Prochaska 1

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  138. Lisha N, Delucchi K, Ling P, Ramo D. Prevalence and Correlates of Social Smoking in Young Adults: Comparisons of Behavioral and Self-Identified Definitions. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2015;17(9):1076 View
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  147. Frandsen M, Walters J, Ferguson S. Exploring the Viability of Using Online Social Media Advertising as a Recruitment Method for Smoking Cessation Clinical Trials. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2014;16(2):247 View
  148. Reynen E, Grabell J, Ellis A, James P. Let's Talk Period! Preliminary results of an online bleeding awareness knowledge translation project and bleeding assessment tool promoted on social media. Haemophilia 2017;23(4):e282 View
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  151. Seltzer E, Stolley M, Mensah E, Sharp L. Social Networking Site Usage among Childhood Cancer Survivors—A Potential Tool for Research Recruitment?. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2014;8(3):349 View
  152. Marshall B, Green T, Elston B, Yedinak J, Hadland S, Clark M. The Effectiveness of Internet- and Field-Based Methods to Recruit Young Adults Who Use Prescription Opioids Nonmedically. Substance Use & Misuse 2018;53(10):1688 View
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  158. Mody M, Day J, Sydnor S, Jaffe W, Lehto X. The different shades of responsibility: Examining domestic and international travelers' motivations for responsible tourism in India. Tourism Management Perspectives 2014;12:113 View
  159. Akard T, Wray S, Gilmer M. Facebook Advertisements Recruit Parents of Children With Cancer for an Online Survey of Web-Based Research Preferences. Cancer Nursing 2015;38(2):155 View
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  161. Ramo D, Young-Wolff K, Prochaska J. Prevalence and correlates of electronic-cigarette use in young adults: Findings from three studies over five years. Addictive Behaviors 2015;41:142 View
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  164. Gewirtz-Meydan A, Ayalon L. “Shades of Grey”: Exploring Public Opinion about Later-Life Sexuality. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 2020;39(4):647 View
  165. Bunge E, Taylor L, Bond M, Stephens T, Nishimuta K, Barrera A, Wickham R, Muñoz R. Facebook for recruiting Spanish- and English-speaking smokers. Internet Interventions 2019;17:100238 View
  166. Christensen T, Riis A, Hatch E, Wise L, Nielsen M, Rothman K, Toft Sørensen H, Mikkelsen E. Costs and Efficiency of Online and Offline Recruitment Methods: A Web-Based Cohort Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(3):e58 View
  167. Rife S, Cate K, Kosinski M, Stillwell D. Participant recruitment and data collection through Facebook: the role of personality factors. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 2016;19(1):69 View
  168. Hui A, Wong P, Fu K. Evaluation of an Online Campaign for Promoting Help-Seeking Attitudes for Depression Using a Facebook Advertisement: An Online Randomized Controlled Experiment. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(1):e5 View
  169. Guillory J, Kim A, Murphy J, Bradfield B, Nonnemaker J, Hsieh Y. Comparing Twitter and Online Panels for Survey Recruitment of E-Cigarette Users and Smokers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e288 View
  170. Prescott T, Phillips II G, DuBois L, Bull S, Mustanski B, Ybarra M. Reaching Adolescent Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men Online: Development and Refinement of a National Recruitment Strategy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(8):e200 View
  171. Lane T, Armin J, Gordon J. Online Recruitment Methods for Web-Based and Mobile Health Studies: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e183 View
  172. Fagan P, Moolchan E, Pokhrel P, Herzog T, Cassel K, Pagano I, Franke A, Kaholokula J, Sy A, Alexander L, Trinidad D, Sakuma K, Johnson C, Antonio A, Jorgensen D, Lynch T, Kawamoto C, Clanton M. Biomarkers of Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Racial/Ethnic Groups at High Risk for Lung Cancer. American Journal of Public Health 2015;105(6):1237 View
  173. Sanchez C, Grzenda A, Varias A, Widge A, Carpenter L, McDonald W, Nemeroff C, Kalin N, Martin G, Tohen M, Filippou-Frye M, Ramsey D, Linos E, Mangurian C, Rodriguez C. Social media recruitment for mental health research: A systematic review. Comprehensive Psychiatry 2020;103:152197 View
  174. Panatto D, Domnich A, Gasparini R, Bonanni P, Icardi G, Amicizia D, Arata L, Carozzo S, Signori A, Bechini A, Boccalini S. An eHealth Project on Invasive Pneumococcal Disease: Comprehensive Evaluation of a Promotional Campaign. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(12):e316 View
  175. Subasinghe A, Nguyen M, Wark J, Tabrizi S, Garland S. Targeted Facebook Advertising is a Novel and Effective Method of Recruiting Participants into a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Effectiveness Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(3):e154 View
  176. Dong J, Saunders C, Wachira B, Thoma B, Chan T. Social media and the modern scientist: a research primer for low- and middle-income countries. African Journal of Emergency Medicine 2020;10:S120 View
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  178. Merolli M, Gray K, Martin-Sanchez F. Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media: Emergent Themes From a Global Online Survey of People With Chronic Pain. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e284 View
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  180. Ali S, Foreman J, Capasso A, Jones A, Tozan Y, DiClemente R. Social media as a recruitment platform for a nationwide online survey of COVID-19 knowledge, beliefs, and practices in the United States: methodology and feasibility analysis. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2020;20(1) View
  181. Corsino L, Lin P, Batch B, Intille S, Grambow S, Bosworth H, Bennett G, Tyson C, Svetkey L, Voils C. Recruiting young adults into a weight loss trial: Report of protocol development and recruitment results. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2013;35(2):1 View
  182. Park B, Calamaro C. A Systematic Review of Social Networking Sites: Innovative Platforms for Health Research Targeting Adolescents and Young Adults. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2013;45(3):256 View
  183. Middleton A, Bragin E, Parker M. Finding people who will tell you their thoughts on genomics—recruitment strategies for social sciences research. Journal of Community Genetics 2014;5(4):291 View
  184. Dwyer A, Quinton R, Morin D, Pitteloud N. Identifying the unmet health needs of patients with congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism using a web-based needs assessment: implications for online interventions and peer-to-peer support. Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases 2014;9(1):83 View
  185. Loxton D, Harris M, Forder P, Powers J, Townsend N, Byles J, Mishra G. Factors Influencing Web-Based Survey Response for a Longitudinal Cohort of Young Women Born Between 1989 and 1995. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(3):e11286 View
  186. Ali Z, Anderson K, Chiriac A, Andersen A, Isberg A, Moreno F, Eiken A, Thomsen S, Zibert J, Pauli-Magnus C. High adherence and low dropout rate in a virtual clinical study of atopic dermatitis through weekly reward-based personalized genetic lifestyle reports. PLOS ONE 2020;15(7):e0235500 View
  187. Garett R, Smith J, Young S. A review of social media technologies across the global HIV care continuum. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:56 View
  188. Pratt S, Chan W. Destination Image and Intention to Visit the Tokyo 2020 Olympics among Hong Kong Generation Y. Journal of China Tourism Research 2016;12(3-4):355 View
  189. Crosier B, Brian R, Ben-Zeev D. Using Facebook to Reach People Who Experience Auditory Hallucinations. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e160 View
  190. Tarzia L, Valpied J, Koziol-McLain J, Glass N, Hegarty K. Methodological and Ethical Challenges in a Web-Based Randomized Controlled Trial of a Domestic Violence Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(3):e94 View
  191. Obamiro K, West S, Lee S. Like, comment, tag, share: Facebook interactions in health research. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;137:104097 View
  192. Harris M, Loxton D, Wigginton B, Lucke J. Recruiting Online: Lessons From a Longitudinal Survey of Contraception and Pregnancy Intentions of Young Australian Women. American Journal of Epidemiology 2015;181(10):737 View
  193. Dworkin J, Hessel H, Gliske K, Rudi J. A Comparison of Three Online Recruitment Strategies for Engaging Parents. Family Relations 2016;65(4):550 View
  194. Linsner A, Hill B, Hallmann K, Sotiriadou P. Developing an Athlete Brand Identity Scale using Rasch analysis. Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal 2020;10(4):431 View
  195. Straubhaar R. The methodological benefits of social media: “studying up” in Brazil in the Facebook age. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 2015;28(9):1081 View
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  197. Cochrane A, McDonald J, Brady R. Social Media Use among United Kingdom Vascular Surgeons: A Cross-Sectional Study. Annals of Vascular Surgery 2016;33:252 View
  198. Gelinas L, Pierce R, Winkler S, Cohen I, Lynch H, Bierer B. Using Social Media as a Research Recruitment Tool: Ethical Issues and Recommendations. The American Journal of Bioethics 2017;17(3):3 View
  199. Morgan A, Jorm A, Mackinnon A. Internet-Based Recruitment to a Depression Prevention Intervention: Lessons From the Mood Memos Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e31 View
  200. Lattie E, Kaiser S, Alam N, Tomasino K, Sargent E, Rubanovich C, Palac H, Mohr D. A Practical Do-It-Yourself Recruitment Framework for Concurrent eHealth Clinical Trials: Identification of Efficient and Cost-Effective Methods for Decision Making (Part 2). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(11):e11050 View
  201. Carter-Harris L. Facebook targeted advertisement for research recruitment: A primer for nurse researchers. Applied Nursing Research 2016;32:144 View
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  203. Zhang B, Mildenberger M, Howe P, Marlon J, Rosenthal S, Leiserowitz A. Quota sampling using Facebook advertisements. Political Science Research and Methods 2020;8(3):558 View
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  208. Waldron J, Grabski M, Freeman T, Mokrysz C, Hindocha C, Measham F, van Beek R, van der Pol P, Hauspie B, Dirkx N, Schrooten J, Elgán T, Feltmann K, Benedetti E, Tomba G, Fabi F, Molinaro S, Gripenberg J, van Havere T, van Laar M, Curran H. “How do online and offline sampling compare in a multinational study of drug use and nightlife behaviour?”. International Journal of Drug Policy 2020;82:102812 View
  209. Musiat P, Winsall M, Orlowski S, Antezana G, Schrader G, Battersby M, Bidargaddi N. Paid and Unpaid Online Recruitment for Health Interventions in Young Adults. Journal of Adolescent Health 2016;59(6):662 View
  210. Pechmann C, Phillips C, Calder D, Prochaska J. Facebook Recruitment Using Zip Codes to Improve Diversity in Health Research: Longitudinal Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(6):e17554 View
  211. Harris M, Herbert D, Loxton D, Dobson A, Wigginton B, Lucke J. Recruiting young women for health surveys: traditional random sampling methods are not cost-effective. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2014;38(5):495 View
  212. Khazaal Y, Achab S, Billieux J, Thorens G, Zullino D, Dufour M, Rothen S. Factor Structure of the Internet Addiction Test in Online Gamers and Poker Players. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(2):e12 View
  213. Thornton L, Harris K, Baker A, Johnson M, Kay-Lambkin F. Recruiting for addiction research via Facebook. Drug and Alcohol Review 2016;35(4):494 View
  214. Ünlü Ince B, Cuijpers P, van 't Hof E, Riper H. Reaching and recruiting Turkish migrants for a clinical trial through Facebook: A process evaluation. Internet Interventions 2014;1(2):74 View
  215. Alshaikh F, Ramzan F, Rawaf S, Majeed A. Social Network Sites as a Mode to Collect Health Data: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(7):e171 View
  216. Guttentag D, Smith S. Assessing Airbnb as a disruptive innovation relative to hotels: Substitution and comparative performance expectations. International Journal of Hospitality Management 2017;64:1 View
  217. Spallek H, Turner S, Donate-Bartfield E, Chambers D, McAndrew M, Zarkowski P, Karimbux N. Social Media in the Dental School Environment, Part A: Benefits, Challenges, and Recommendations for Use. Journal of Dental Education 2015;79(10):1140 View
  218. Feyz L, Wang Y, Pathak A, Saxena M, Mahfoud F, Sanghvi K, Peterson R, Kirtane A, Azizi M, Iyer M, Daemen J. Using social media to recruit study participants for a randomized trial for hypertension. European Heart Journal - Digital Health 2020;1(1):71 View
  219. Northcott C, Curtis R, Bogomolova S, Olds T, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff R, Maher C. Evaluating the effectiveness of a physical activity social media advertising campaign using Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2021;11(3):870 View
  220. Pandya L, Hundley A, Hudson C, Nekkanti S, Escobar Smith P, Lynch C. Engaging Women in Pelvic Floor Disorders Research Using the Internet. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 2021;27(1):e22 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Akhtar S, Israel C, D'Abundo M. Handbook of Research on Advancing Health Education through Technology. View
  2. Huo J, Turner K. Social Web and Health Research. View
  3. Van Zyl L, Efendic E, Rothmann S, Shankland R. Positive Psychological Intervention Design and Protocols for Multi-Cultural Contexts. View
  4. Papale G, Caponnetto P. Advances in Smoking Cessation. View
  5. Adams S. Participatory Health Through Social Media. View
  6. Burke‐Garcia A, Edwards B, Yan T. Big Data Meets Survey Science. View
  7. Akhtar S, Israel C, D'Abundo M. Healthcare Ethics and Training. View
  8. Whelan R, Cao Z, O'Halloran L, Pennie B. Cognition and Addiction. View