Published on in Vol 16, No 2 (2014): February

In the Words of the Medical Tourist: An Analysis of Internet Narratives by Health Travelers to Turkey

In the Words of the Medical Tourist: An Analysis of Internet Narratives by Health Travelers to Turkey

In the Words of the Medical Tourist: An Analysis of Internet Narratives by Health Travelers to Turkey

Journals

  1. Rafferty M, Grey K. Beyond Patient Experience Surveys: Leveraging Social Media to Glean Patient Feedback. Nurse Leader 2014;12(3):31 View
  2. Brown J, Johnson J, Ozan-Rafferty M, Sharma M, Barbera S. Internet Narratives Focused on Health Travelers’ Experiences in India: Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(5):e15665 View
  3. Wilson E, Kenny A, Dickson-Swift V. Using Blogs as a Qualitative Health Research Tool. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 2015;14(5):160940691561804 View
  4. Abd Mutalib N, Soh Y, Wong T, Yee S, Yang Q, Murugiah M, Ming L. Online narratives about medical tourism in Malaysia and Thailand: a qualitative content analysis. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 2017;34(6):821 View
  5. Kannaley K, Mehta S, Yelton B, Friedman D. Thematic analysis of blog narratives written by people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and care partners. Dementia 2019;18(7-8):3071 View
  6. Seow A, Choong Y, Moorthy K, Choong C. Predicting medical tourism behavioural intention using social cognition models. Tourism Review 2021;76(2):374 View
  7. Jaapar M, Musa G, Moghavvemi S, Saub R. Dental tourism: Examining tourist profiles, motivation and satisfaction. Tourism Management 2017;61:538 View
  8. Azimi R, Mahmoudi G, Esmaeili H. A Study of the Effect of Advertising on Attracting Medical Tourism. International Journal of Travel Medicine and Global Health 2017;5(3):89 View
  9. Hughes E, Sawyer A, DeJean D, Adamson G. Cross-border reproductive care in North America: a pilot study testing a prospective data collection program for in vitro fertilization clinics in Canada and the United States. Fertility and Sterility 2016;105(3):786 View
  10. Tangherlini T, Roychowdhury V, Glenn B, Crespi C, Bandari R, Wadia A, Falahi M, Ebrahimzadeh E, Bastani R. “Mommy Blogs” and the Vaccination Exemption Narrative: Results From A Machine-Learning Approach for Story Aggregation on Parenting Social Media Sites. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e166 View
  11. Driedger S, Dassah E, Marrie R. Contesting Medical Miracles: A Collective Action Framing Analysis of CCSVI and Venous Angioplasty (“Liberation Therapy”) for People With Multiple Sclerosis in News and Social Media. Science Communication 2018;40(4):469 View
  12. Garbett K, Harcourt D, Buchanan H. Using online blogs to explore positive outcomes after burn injuries. Journal of Health Psychology 2017;22(13):1755 View
  13. Kemppainen L, Koskinen V, Bergroth H, Marttila E, Kemppainen T. Health and Wellness–Related Travel: A Scoping Study of the Literature in 2010-2018. SAGE Open 2021;11(2):215824402110137 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Dyussenov M. Public Policy Research in the Global South. View