Published on in Vol 15, No 11 (2013): November

Analysis of the Purpose of State Health Departments' Tweets: Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action

Analysis of the Purpose of State Health Departments' Tweets: Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action

Analysis of the Purpose of State Health Departments' Tweets: Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action

Journals

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  2. Tursunbayeva A, Franco M, Pagliari C. Use of social media for e-Government in the public health sector: A systematic review of published studies. Government Information Quarterly 2017;34(2):270 View
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  4. Jiang S, Beaudoin C. Smoking Prevention in China: A Content Analysis of an Anti-Smoking Social Media Campaign. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(7):755 View
  5. Pinho-Costa L, Yakubu K, Hoedebecke K, Laranjo L, Reichel C, Colon-Gonzalez M, Neves A, Errami H. Healthcare hashtag index development: Identifying global impact in social media. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2016;63:390 View
  6. Saxton G, Waters R. What do StakeholdersLikeon Facebook? Examining Public Reactions to Nonprofit Organizations’ Informational, Promotional, and Community-Building Messages. Journal of Public Relations Research 2014;26(3):280 View
  7. Zhu J, Sarker A, Gollust S, Merchant R, Grande D. Characteristics of Twitter Use by State Medicaid Programs in the United States: Machine Learning Approach. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e18401 View
  8. Gesser-Edelsburg A, Abed Elhadi Shahbari N, Cohen R, Mir Halavi A, Hijazi R, Paz-Yaakobovitch G, Birman Y. Differences in Perceptions of Health Information Between the Public and Health Care Professionals: Nonprobability Sampling Questionnaire Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e14105 View
  9. Regan Á, Raats M, Shan L, Wall P, McConnon Á. Risk communication and social media during food safety crises: a study of stakeholders’ opinions in Ireland. Journal of Risk Research 2016;19(1):119 View
  10. Chung J. A Smoking Cessation Campaign on Twitter: Understanding the Use of Twitter and Identifying Major Players in a Health Campaign. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(5):517 View
  11. Hand R, Kenne D, Wolfram T, Abram J, Fleming M. Assessing the Viability of Social Media for Disseminating Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline Through Content Analysis of Twitter Messages and Health Professional Interviews: An Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e295 View
  12. Chung J. Retweeting in health promotion: Analysis of tweets about Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Computers in Human Behavior 2017;74:112 View
  13. Lee J, DeCamp M, Dredze M, Chisolm M, Berger Z. What Are Health-Related Users Tweeting? A Qualitative Content Analysis of Health-Related Users and Their Messages on Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(10):e237 View
  14. Tufts C, Polsky D, Volpp K, Groeneveld P, Ungar L, Merchant R, Pelullo A. Characterizing Tweet Volume and Content About Common Health Conditions Across Pennsylvania: Retrospective Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e10834 View
  15. Liu X, Lu J, Wang H. When Health Information Meets Social Media: Exploring Virality on Sina Weibo. Health Communication 2017;32(10):1252 View
  16. Hart M, Stetten N, Castaneda G. Considerations for Public Health Organizations Attempting to Implement a Social Media Presence: A Qualitative Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(1):e6 View
  17. Salem J, Borgmann H, Bultitude M, Fritsche H, Haferkamp A, Heidenreich A, Miernik A, Neisius A, Knoll T, Thomas C, Tsaur I, Sands J. Online Discussion on #KidneyStones: A Longitudinal Assessment of Activity, Users and Content. PLOS ONE 2016;11(8):e0160863 View
  18. Novillo-Ortiz D, Hernández-Pérez T. Social media in public health: an analysis of national health authorities and leading causes of death in Spanish-speaking Latin American and Caribbean countries. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2017;17(1) View
  19. Little R, West B, Boonstra P, Hu J. Measures of the Degree of Departure from Ignorable Sample Selection. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2020;8(5):932 View
  20. Chung A, Woo H, Lee K. Understanding the information diffusion of tweets of a non-profit organization that targets female audiences: an examination of Women Who Code's tweets. Journal of Communication Management 2020;25(1):68 View
  21. Chen Q, Min C, Zhang W, Ma X, Evans R. Factors Driving Citizen Engagement With Government TikTok Accounts During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Model Development and Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e21463 View
  22. Lund B, Wang T. Information Dissemination and Interactions in Higher Education Social Media Posts. Journal of Promotion Management 2021;27(4):547 View
  23. Slavik C, Darlington J, Buttle C, Sturrock S, Yiannakoulias N. Has public health messaging during the COVID-19 pandemic reflected local risks to health?: A content analysis of tweeting practices across Canadian geographies. Health & Place 2021;69:102568 View
  24. Pinto P, Lopes Antunes M, Pisco Almeida A. Public Health on Instagram: an analysis of health promotion strategies of Portugal and Brazil. Procedia Computer Science 2021;181:231 View
  25. Slavik C, Buttle C, Sturrock S, Darlington J, Yiannakoulias N. Examining Tweet Content and Engagement of Canadian Public Health Agencies and Decision Makers During COVID-19: Mixed Methods Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e24883 View
  26. Grond S, Kallies G, McCormick M. Parental and provider perspectives on social media about ankyloglossia. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 2021;146:110741 View