Published on in Vol 14, No 6 (2012): Nov-Dec

Should Health Organizations Use Web 2.0 Media in Times of an Infectious Disease Crisis? An In-depth Qualitative Study of Citizens’ Information Behavior During an EHEC Outbreak

Should Health Organizations Use Web 2.0 Media in Times of an Infectious Disease Crisis? An In-depth Qualitative Study of Citizens’ Information Behavior During an EHEC Outbreak

Should Health Organizations Use Web 2.0 Media in Times of an Infectious Disease Crisis? An In-depth Qualitative Study of Citizens’ Information Behavior During an EHEC Outbreak

Journals

  1. Rolison J, Hanoch Y. Knowledge and risk perceptions of the Ebola virus in the United States. Preventive Medicine Reports 2015;2:262 View
  2. Bartlett C, Wurtz R. Twitter and Public Health. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2015;21(4):375 View
  3. Nebeker C, Murray K, Holub C, Haughton J, Arredondo E. Acceptance of Mobile Health in Communities Underrepresented in Biomedical Research: Barriers and Ethical Considerations for Scientists. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(6):e87 View
  4. Hossain L, Hassan M, Wigand R. Resilient Information Networks for Coordination of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2015;9(2):186 View
  5. Zhang M, Ho C, Fang P, Lu Y, Ho R. Usage of Social Media and Smartphone Application in Assessment of Physical and Psychological Well-Being of Individuals in Times of a Major Air Pollution Crisis. JMIR mhealth and uhealth 2014;2(1):e16 View
  6. Knight E, Werstine R, Rasmussen-Pennington D, Fitzsimmons D, Petrella R. Physical Therapy 2.0: Leveraging Social Media to Engage Patients in Rehabilitation and Health Promotion. Physical Therapy 2015;95(3):389 View
  7. SeyyedHosseini S, Asemi A, Shabani A, CheshmehSohrabi M. An infodemiology study on breast cancer in Iran. The Electronic Library 2018;36(2):258 View
  8. Liu B, Austin L, Lee Y, Jin Y, Kim S. Telling the tale: the role of narratives in helping people respond to crises. Journal of Applied Communication Research 2020;48(3):328 View
  9. Schol L, Mollers M, Swaan C, Beaujean D, Wong A, Timen A. Knowledge, perceptions and media use of the Dutch general public and healthcare workers regarding Ebola, 2014. BMC Infectious Diseases 2018;18(1) View
  10. Feinkohl I, Flemming D, Cress U, Kimmerle J. The Impact of Personality Factors and Preceding User Comments on the Processing of Research Findings on Deep Brain Stimulation: A Randomized Controlled Experiment in a Simulated Online Forum. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(3):e59 View
  11. Yoo W, Choi D, Park K. The effects of SNS communication: How expressing and receiving information predict MERS-preventive behavioral intentions in South Korea. Computers in Human Behavior 2016;62:34 View
  12. Gesser-Edelsburg A, Walter N, Shir-Raz Y. The “New Public” and the “Good Ol’ Press”: Evaluating Online News Sources During the 2013 Polio Outbreak in Israel. Health Communication 2017;32(2):169 View
  13. Barros J, Duggan J, Rebholz-Schuhmann D. The Application of Internet-Based Sources for Public Health Surveillance (Infoveillance): Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(3):e13680 View
  14. Köckerling E, Karrasch L, Schweitzer A, Razum O, Krause G. Public Health Research Resulting from One of the World’s Largest Outbreaks Caused by Entero-Hemorrhagic Escherichia coli in Germany 2011: A Review. Frontiers in Public Health 2017;5 View
  15. van Velsen L, Beaujean D, van Gemert-Pijnen J, van Steenbergen J, Timen A. Public knowledge and preventive behavior during a large-scale Salmonella outbreak: results from an online survey in the Netherlands. BMC Public Health 2014;14(1) View
  16. Overbey K, Jaykus L, Chapman B. A Systematic Review of the Use of Social Media for Food Safety Risk Communication. Journal of Food Protection 2017;80(9):1537 View
  17. Given L, Willson R, Albrecht L, Scott S. Information in crisis: Health & technology-related information behaviors of parents in emergency departments. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2016;53(1):1 View
  18. Schiro J, Shan L, Tatlow-Golden M, Li C, Wall P. #Healthy: smart digital food safety and nutrition communication strategies—a critical commentary. npj Science of Food 2020;4(1) View
  19. Broekhuis M, van Velsen L, De Franco D, Pease A, Hermens H. Contextual Health Information Behavior in the Daily Lives of People with Type 2 Diabetes: A Diary Study in Scotland. Health Communication 2020:1 View
  20. Tang L, Zou W. Health Information Consumption under COVID-19 Lockdown: An Interview Study of Residents of Hubei Province, China. Health Communication 2021;36(1):74 View
  21. Bapaye J, Bapaye H. Demographic Factors Influencing the Impact of Coronavirus-Related Misinformation on WhatsApp: Cross-sectional Questionnaire Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(1):e19858 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Jackson-Davis A, Olsen S, Chapman B, Raymond B, Chaifetz A. Food Safety. View
  2. Cummings L. Reasoning and Public Health: New Ways of Coping with Uncertainty. View
  3. Prainsack B, Buyx A. The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance. View