Maintenance Notice

Due to necessary scheduled maintenance, the JMIR Publications website will be unavailable from Wednesday, July 01, 2020 at 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM EST. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you.

Who will be affected?

Citing this Article

Right click to copy or hit: ctrl+c (cmd+c on mac)

Published on 15.10.14 in Vol 16, No 10 (2014): October

This paper is in the following e-collection/theme issue:

Works citing "What Are Health-Related Users Tweeting? A Qualitative Content Analysis of Health-Related Users and Their Messages on Twitter"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3765):

(note that this is only a small subset of citations)

  1. Nason GJ, O’Kelly F, Bouchier-Hayes D, Quinlan DM, Manecksha RP. Twitter expands the reach and engagement of a national scientific meeting: the Irish Society of Urology. Irish Journal of Medical Science (1971 -) 2015;184(3):685
    CrossRef
  2. Meng H, Kath S, Li D, Nguyen QC, Giraud-Carrier C. National substance use patterns on Twitter. PLOS ONE 2017;12(11):e0187691
    CrossRef
  3. Tufts C, Polsky D, Volpp KG, Groeneveld PW, Ungar L, Merchant RM, Pelullo AP. Characterizing Tweet Volume and Content About Common Health Conditions Across Pennsylvania: Retrospective Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e10834
    CrossRef
  4. Meah VL, Kimber ML, Simpson J, Davenport MH. Knowledge translation and social media: Twitter data analysis of the 2019 Canadian Guideline for Physical Activity throughout Pregnancy. Canadian Journal of Public Health 2020;
    CrossRef
  5. Ovaere S, Zimmerman DD, Brady RR. Social Media in Surgical Training: Opportunities and Risks. Journal of Surgical Education 2018;75(6):1423
    CrossRef
  6. Peters ME, Uible E, Chisolm MS. A Twitter Education: Why Psychiatrists Should Tweet. Current Psychiatry Reports 2015;17(12)
    CrossRef
  7. Moukarzel S, Rehm M, Daly AJ. Breastfeeding promotion on Twitter: A social network and content analysis approach. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2020;16(4)
    CrossRef
  8. Tao DL, Boothby A, McLouth J, Prasad V. Financial Conflicts of Interest Among Hematologist-Oncologists on Twitter. JAMA Internal Medicine 2017;177(3):425
    CrossRef
  9. Adams S, Schiffers P. Co-constructed health narratives during a ‘media event’: The case of the first Dutch Twitter heart operation. DIGITAL HEALTH 2017;3:205520761771204
    CrossRef
  10. Pang PC, McKay D, Chang S, Chen Q, Zhang X, Cui L. Privacy concerns of the Australian My Health Record: Implications for other large-scale opt-out personal health records. Information Processing & Management 2020;:102364
    CrossRef
  11. Walker KK, Burns K. #13ReasonsWhy Health Professionals and Educators are Tweeting: A Systematic Analysis of Uses and Perceptions of Show Content and Learning Outcomes. Health Communication 2019;34(10):1085
    CrossRef
  12. Admon AJ, Kaul V, Cribbs SK, Guzman E, Jimenez O, Richards JB. Twelve tips for developing and implementing a medical education Twitter chat. Medical Teacher 2020;42(5):500
    CrossRef
  13. Kelly BS, Redmond CE, Nason GJ, Healy GM, Horgan NA, Heffernan EJ. The Use of Twitter by Radiology Journals: An Analysis of Twitter Activity and Impact Factor. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2016;13(11):1391
    CrossRef
  14. Lwin KK, Sugiura K, Zettsu K. Space–time multiple regression model for grid-based population estimation in urban areas. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 2016;30(8):1579
    CrossRef
  15. Attridge MM, Holmstrom SE, Sheehan KM. Injury Prevention Opportunities in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2020;21(1):100761
    CrossRef
  16. Doan S, Ritchart A, Perry N, Chaparro JD, Conway M. How Do You #relax When You’re #stressed? A Content Analysis and Infodemiology Study of Stress-Related Tweets. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e35
    CrossRef
  17. Paul MJ, Dredze M. Social Monitoring for Public Health. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services 2017;9(5):1
    CrossRef
  18. Little RJA, West BT, Boonstra PS, Hu J. Measures of the Degree of Departure from Ignorable Sample Selection. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2019;
    CrossRef
  19. Chisholm E, O’Sullivan K. Using Twitter to Explore (un)Healthy Housing: Learning from the #Characterbuildings Campaign in New Zealand. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2017;14(11):1424
    CrossRef
  20. Alvarez-Mon MA, Llavero-Valero M, Sánchez-Bayona R, Pereira-Sanchez V, Vallejo-Valdivielso M, Monserrat J, Lahera G, Asunsolo del Barco A, Alvarez-Mon M. Areas of Interest and Stigmatic Attitudes of the General Public in Five Relevant Medical Conditions: Thematic and Quantitative Analysis Using Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e14110
    CrossRef
  21. Brunner M, Hemsley B, Dann S, Togher L, Palmer S. Hashtag #TBI: A content and network data analysis of tweets about Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 2018;32(1):49
    CrossRef
  22. Schwartz J, Grimm J. PrEP on Twitter: Information, Barriers, and Stigma. Health Communication 2017;32(4):509
    CrossRef
  23. Moukarzel S, Fresno M, Bode L, Daly AJ. Distance, diffusion and the role of social media in a time of COVID contagion. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2020;16(4)
    CrossRef
  24. Oh S, Costello KL, Chen AT, Wildemuth BM. Qualitative methods for studying health information behaviors. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2016;53(1):1
    CrossRef
  25. Bozdağ . Bottom-up nationalism and discrimination on social media: An analysis of the citizenship debate about refugees in Turkey. European Journal of Cultural Studies 2019;:136754941986935
    CrossRef
  26. Djuricich AM, Zee-Cheng JE. Live tweeting in medicine: ‘Tweeting the meeting’. International Review of Psychiatry 2015;27(2):133
    CrossRef
  27. Katsuki T, Mackey TK, Cuomo R. Establishing a Link Between Prescription Drug Abuse and Illicit Online Pharmacies: Analysis of Twitter Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e280
    CrossRef
  28. Robillard JM, Cabral E, Hennessey C, Kwon BK, Illes J. Fueling Hope: Stem Cells in Social Media. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 2015;11(4):540
    CrossRef
  29. Nastasi A, Bryant T, Canner JK, Dredze M, Camp MS, Nagarajan N. Breast Cancer Screening and Social Media: a Content Analysis of Evidence Use and Guideline Opinions on Twitter. Journal of Cancer Education 2018;33(3):695
    CrossRef
  30. Aboelmaged MG. Predicting the success of Twitter in healthcare. Online Information Review 2018;42(6):898
    CrossRef
  31. Clyne W, Pezaro S, Deeny K, Kneafsey R. Using Social Media to Generate and Collect Primary Data: The #ShowsWorkplaceCompassion Twitter Research Campaign. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(2):e41
    CrossRef
  32. Rivas R, Sadah SA, Guo Y, Hristidis V. Classification of Health-Related Social Media Posts: Evaluation of Post Content–Classifier Models and Analysis of User Demographics. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2020;6(2):e14952
    CrossRef
  33. Bert F, Zeegers Paget D, Scaioli G. A social way to experience a scientific event: Twitter use at the 7th European Public Health Conference. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2016;44(2):130
    CrossRef
  34. Topf JM, Hiremath S. Social media, medicine and the modern journal club. International Review of Psychiatry 2015;27(2):147
    CrossRef
  35. Makita M, Mas-Bleda A, Morris S, Thelwall M. Mental Health Discourses on Twitter during Mental Health Awareness Week. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 2020;:1
    CrossRef
  36. Wakamiya S, Matsune S, Okubo K, Aramaki E. Causal Relationships Among Pollen Counts, Tweet Numbers, and Patient Numbers for Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis Surveillance: Retrospective Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(2):e10450
    CrossRef
  37. Powell GE, Seifert HA, Reblin T, Burstein PJ, Blowers J, Menius JA, Painter JL, Thomas M, Pierce CE, Rodriguez HW, Brownstein JS, Freifeld CC, Bell HG, Dasgupta N. Social Media Listening for Routine Post-Marketing Safety Surveillance. Drug Safety 2016;39(5):443
    CrossRef
  38. Lee KC, Oh H, Park G, Park S, Suh B, Bae WK, Kim JW, Yoon H, Kim MJ, Kang S, Son IT, Kim D, Kang S. Transmissibility of the Campaign for Colorectal Cancer Awareness in Korea Among Twitter Users. Annals of Coloproctology 2016;32(5):184
    CrossRef
  39. Kapp JM, Hensel B, Schnoring KT. Is Twitter a forum for disseminating research to health policy makers?. Annals of Epidemiology 2015;25(12):883
    CrossRef
  40. Sharma AE, Mann Z, Cherian R, Del Rosario JB, Yang J, Sarkar U. “The real question is why someone had to say #DoctorsAreDickheads to be heard”: Qualitative analysis of a Twitter hashtag (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
    CrossRef
  41. Stukus DR. Using Twitter to expand the reach and engagement of allergists. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice 2016;4(2):345
    CrossRef
  42. Meeking K. Patients’ experiences of radiotherapy: Insights from Twitter. Radiography 2020;26(3):e146
    CrossRef

According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3765):

  1. Sandhu M, Giabbanelli PJ, Mago VK. Social Computing and Social Media. Design, Human Behavior and Analytics. 2019. Chapter 31:434
    CrossRef
  2. . Tweeting the Environment #Brexit. 2018. :161
    CrossRef
  3. Aboelmaged MG, Thomas SS, Elsheikh S. Handbook of Research on Healthcare Administration and Management. 2017. chapter 25:428
    CrossRef
  4. Ramaprasad A, Syn T. Contemporary Consumer Health Informatics. 2016. Chapter 18:333
    CrossRef