Published on in Vol 15, No 3 (2013): March

Utilizing Social Media to Study Information-Seeking and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy

Utilizing Social Media to Study Information-Seeking and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy

Utilizing Social Media to Study Information-Seeking and Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy

Journals

  1. Park M, Oh H, You S. Health information seeking among people with multiple chronic conditions: Contextual factors and their associations mined from questions in social media. Library & Information Science Research 2020;42(3):101030 View
  2. Delhove J, Osenk I, Prichard I, Donnelley M. Public Acceptability of Gene Therapy and Gene Editing for Human Use: A Systematic Review. Human Gene Therapy 2020;31(1-2):20 View
  3. Hamid S, Bukhari S, Ravana S, Norman A, Ijab M. Role of social media in information-seeking behaviour of international students. Aslib Journal of Information Management 2016;68(5):643 View
  4. Laslo E, Baram-Tsabari A. Expressions of ethics in reader comments to animal experimentation and climate change online coverage. International Journal of Science Education, Part B 2019;9(4):269 View
  5. Shrivastava M, Behari M. Neuroethics: A Moral Approach towards Neuroscience Research. Archives of Neuroscience 2014;2(2) View
  6. Robillard J, Roskams-Edris D, Kuzeljevic B, Illes J. Prevailing Public Perceptions of the Ethics of Gene Therapy. Human Gene Therapy 2014;25(8):740 View
  7. Xiang L, Xiao L, Gou Z, Li M, Zhang W, Wang H, Feng P. Survey of Attitudes and Ethical Concerns Related to Gene Therapy Among Medical Students and Postgraduates in China. Human Gene Therapy 2015;26(12):841 View
  8. Robillard J, Lo C, Feng T, Hennessey C. “A Light Switch in the #Brain”: Optogenetics on Social Media. Neuroethics 2016;9(3):279 View
  9. van Dijke I, Bosch L, Bredenoord A, Cornel M, Repping S, Hendriks S. The ethics of clinical applications of germline genome modification: a systematic review of reasons. Human Reproduction 2018;33(9):1777 View
  10. Benjaminy S, Bubela T. Ocular gene transfer in the spotlight: implications of newspaper content for clinical communications. BMC Medical Ethics 2014;15(1) View
  11. Oh J, He D, Jeng W, Mattern E, Bowler L. Linguistic characteristics of eating disorder questions on Yahoo! Answers - content, style, and emotion. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2013;50(1):1 View
  12. Robillard J. Communicating in context: a priority for gene therapy researchers. Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy 2015;15(3):315 View
  13. Robillard J, Cabral E, Hennessey C, Kwon B, Illes J. Fueling Hope: Stem Cells in Social Media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 2015;11(4):540 View
  14. Du L, Kamenova K, Caulfield T. The gene patent controversy on Twitter: a case study of Twitter users’ responses to the CHEO lawsuit against Long QT gene patents. BMC Medical Ethics 2015;16(1) View
  15. Aiyegbusi O, Macpherson K, Elston L, Myles S, Washington J, Sungum N, Briggs M, Newsome P, Calvert M. Patient and public perspectives on cell and gene therapies: a systematic review. Nature Communications 2020;11(1) View
  16. McFadden B, Rumble J, Stofer K, Folta K, Turner S, Pollack A. Gene editing isn’t just about food: comments from U.S. focus groups. GM Crops & Food 2021:1 View