Published on in Vol 14, No 4 (2012): Jul-Aug

Public Health Interventions: Reaching Latino Adolescents via Short Message Service and Social Media

Public Health Interventions: Reaching Latino Adolescents via Short Message Service and Social Media

Public Health Interventions: Reaching Latino Adolescents via Short Message Service and Social Media

Journals

  1. Wong C, Merchant R, Moreno M. Using social media to engage adolescents and young adults with their health. Healthcare 2014;2(4):220 View
  2. Dunne A, McIntosh J, Mallory D. Adolescents, Sexually Transmitted Infections, and Education Using Social Media: A Review of the Literature. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2014;10(6):401 View
  3. Carlini B, Safioti L, Rue T, Miles L. Using Internet to Recruit Immigrants with Language and Culture Barriers for Tobacco and Alcohol Use Screening: A Study Among Brazilians. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2015;17(2):553 View
  4. Andrade E, Evans W, Barrett N, Cleary S, Edberg M, Alvayero R, Kierstead E, Beltran A. Development of the place-based Adelante social marketing campaign for prevention of substance use, sexual risk and violence among Latino immigrant youth. Health Education Research 2018;33(2):125 View
  5. Pandey A, Hasan S, Dubey D, Sarangi S. Smartphone Apps as a Source of Cancer Information: Changing Trends in Health Information-Seeking Behavior. Journal of Cancer Education 2013;28(1):138 View
  6. Goncalves M, Cornelius Smith E. Social media as a data gathering tool for international business qualitative research: opportunities and challenges. Journal of Transnational Management 2018;23(2-3):66 View
  7. Andrade E, Evans W, Barrett N, Edberg M, Cleary S. Strategies to Increase Latino Immigrant Youth Engagement in Health Promotion Using Social Media: Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e71 View
  8. Harbaugh C, Vu J, DeJonckheere M, Kim N, Nichols L, Chang T. Youth Perspectives of Prescription Pain Medication in the Opioid Crisis. The Journal of Pediatrics 2020;221:159 View
  9. Alber J, Bernhardt J, Stellefson M, Weiler R, Anderson-Lewis C, Miller M, MacInnes J. Designing and Testing an Inventory for Measuring Social Media Competency of Certified Health Education Specialists. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(9):e221 View
  10. Snelson C. Qualitative and Mixed Methods Social Media Research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 2016;15(1):160940691562457 View
  11. Victorson D, Banas J, Smith J, Languido L, Shen E, Gutierrez S, Cordero E, Flores L. eSalud: Designing and Implementing Culturally Competent eHealth Research With Latino Patient Populations. American Journal of Public Health 2014;104(12):2259 View
  12. D’Amato G, Cecchi L, Liccardi G, D’Amato M, Stanghellini G. Social networks and bronchial asthma. Current Opinion in Allergy & Clinical Immunology 2013;13(1):87 View
  13. Adkins D, Sandy H. Information seeking among latinos in the midwestern United States. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2017;54(1):483 View
  14. Williams C, LaCoursiere D, Talavera G, Gahagan S. A Feasibility Study to Promote Optimal Weight in First Time Pregnant Mothers and Their Babies: Lessons Learned in a US-Mexico Border Community. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2019;23(5):578 View
  15. DeJonckheere M, Nichols L, Moniz M, Sonneville K, Vydiswaran V, Zhao X, Guetterman T, Chang T. MyVoice National Text Message Survey of Youth Aged 14 to 24 Years: Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(12):e247 View
  16. Jennings Mayo-Wilson L, Glass N, Labrique A, Davoust M, Ssewamala F, Linnemayr S, Johnson M. Feasibility of Assessing Economic and Sexual Risk Behaviors Using Text Message Surveys in African-American Young Adults Experiencing Homelessness and Unemployment: Single-Group Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(7):e14833 View
  17. Wójcicki T, Grigsby-Toussaint D, Hillman C, Huhman M, McAuley E. Promoting Physical Activity in Low-Active Adolescents via Facebook: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial to Test Feasibility. JMIR Research Protocols 2014;3(4):e56 View
  18. Larson K, Ballard S, Ellis D, Peery J, Cary J, Levy R, Nelson T, Scroggs L. A Contextual Approach to Inform a Mobile Health Application for Adolescent Health. Journal of Child and Family Studies 2020;29(12):3420 View
  19. Arora S, Ford K, Terp S, Abramson T, Ruiz R, Camilon M, Coyne C, Lam C, Menchine M, Burner E. Describing the evolution of mobile technology usage for Latino patients and comparing findings to national mHealth estimates. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;23(5):979 View
  20. Garcia C, Hardeman R, Kwon G, Lando-King E, Zhang L, Genis T, Brady S, Kinder E. Teenagers and Texting: Use of a Youth Ecological Momentary Assessment System in Trajectory Health Research With Latina Adolescents. JMIR mhealth and uhealth 2014;2(1):e3 View
  21. Martinez O, Wu E, Shultz A, Capote J, López Rios J, Sandfort T, Manusov J, Ovejero H, Carballo-Dieguez A, Chavez Baray S, Moya E, López Matos J, DelaCruz J, Remien R, Rhodes S. Still a Hard-to-Reach Population? Using Social Media to Recruit Latino Gay Couples for an HIV Intervention Adaptation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(4):e113 View
  22. Evans W, Andrade E, Barrett N, Snider J, Cleary S, Edberg M. Outcomes of the Adelante community social marketing campaign for Latino youth. Health Education Research 2019;34(5):471 View
  23. Guilamo-Ramos V, Lee J, Kantor L, Levine D, Baum S, Johnsen J. Potential for Using Online and Mobile Education with Parents and Adolescents to Impact Sexual and Reproductive Health. Prevention Science 2015;16(1):53 View
  24. Pattishall A, Ellen S, Spector N. Bullying, adverse childhood experiences and use of texting to promote behavior change. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2013;25(6):748 View
  25. González-Cabrera J, Fernández-Prada M, Iribar-Ibabe C, Peinado J. Los smartphones en la investigación: la mensajería instantánea como aliado para reducir las bajas experimentales. Atención Primaria 2013;45(8):439 View
  26. Lacey C, Chun S, Terrones L, Huang J. Adolescents with chronic disease and use of technology for receipt of information regarding health and disease management. Health and Technology 2014;4(3):253 View
  27. Ames H, Glenton C, Lewin S, Tamrat T, Akama E, Leon N. Clients’ perceptions and experiences of targeted digital communication accessible via mobile devices for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health: a qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2019;2019(10) View
  28. Gabarron E, Wynn R. Use of social media for sexual health promotion: a scoping review. Global Health Action 2016;9(1):32193 View
  29. Shelton A, Skalski P. Blinded by the light: Illuminating the dark side of social network use through content analysis. Computers in Human Behavior 2014;33:339 View
  30. Landry M, Vyas A, Turner M, Glick S, Wood S. Evaluation of Social Media Utilization by Latino Adolescents: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(3):e89 View
  31. Yonker L, Zan S, Scirica C, Jethwani K, Kinane T. “Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e4 View
  32. Hudnut-Beumler J, Po'e E, Barkin S. The Use of Social Media for Health Promotion in Hispanic Populations: A Scoping Systematic Review. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e32 View
  33. DeJonckheere M, Nichols L, Vydiswaran V, Zhao X, Collins-Thompson K, Resnicow K, Chang T. Using Text Messaging, Social Media, and Interviews to Understand What Pregnant Youth Think About Weight Gain During Pregnancy. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(2):e11397 View
  34. Landry M, Turner M, Vyas A, Wood S. Social Media and Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents: Is there a link?. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e28 View
  35. Perepezko K, Tingey L, Sato P, Rastatter S, Ruggiero C, Gittelsohn J. Partnering with carryouts: implementation of a food environment intervention targeting youth obesity. Health Education Research 2018;33(1):4 View
  36. Healy S, Marchand G. The Feasibility of Project CHASE: A Facebook-Delivered, Parent-Mediated Physical Activity Intervention for Children with Autism. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 2020;67(2):225 View
  37. Rodriguez C, Winnett A, Wong M, Krishnam N, Martínez N, Perez L, Kolevic L, Lecca L, Franke M. Feasibility and Acceptability of an Adolescent-Friendly Rap Video to Improve Health Literacy Among HIV-Positive Youth in Urban Peru. AIDS and Behavior 2021;25(4):1290 View
  38. Rojas L, Bahamon M, Lebron C, Montero-Zamora P, Pardo M, Wakefield M, Tapia M, Estrada Y, Schwartz S, Pantin H. A Feasibility Trial of an Online-Only, Family-Centered Preventive Intervention for Hispanics: e-Familias Unidas. The Journal of Primary Prevention 2021;42(2):97 View
  39. Clarke R, Fernandez S, Hospital M, Morris S, Howard M, Wagner E, Wales E. Getting Their Feet in the Door: Communication Cues to Action for HIV Testing and Condom Use Behaviors Among Hispanic/Latinx College Students. The Journal of Primary Prevention 2021;42(4):331 View
  40. Kumar A. Social Media Use and Its Association with Sexual Practices among Undergraduate Students in a Private Medical University at Solan, Himachal Pradesh. Healthline 2021;12(1):37 View
  41. Granberry P, Torres M, Allison J, Person S, Rosal M. Supports for Maternal Communication About Peer Pressure to Have Sex Among Puerto Rican Families. International Quarterly of Community Health Education 2021:0272684X2110210 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hung R, Hsu P, Tsai C. Public Health and Welfare. View
  2. Leanza F, Alani R. Technology and Adolescent Health. View