Published on in Vol 16, No 9 (2014): September

Estimation of Geographic Variation in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake in Men and Women: An Online Survey Using Facebook Recruitment

Estimation of Geographic Variation in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake in Men and Women: An Online Survey Using Facebook Recruitment

Estimation of Geographic Variation in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Uptake in Men and Women: An Online Survey Using Facebook Recruitment

Journals

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  2. Borodovsky J, Marsch L, Budney A. Studying Cannabis Use Behaviors With Facebook and Web Surveys: Methods and Insights. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(2):e48 View
  3. Huang X, Smith M, Jamison A, Broniatowski D, Dredze M, Quinn S, Cai J, Paul M. Can online self-reports assist in real-time identification of influenza vaccination uptake? A cross-sectional study of influenza vaccine-related tweets in the USA, 2013–2017. BMJ Open 2019;9(1):e024018 View
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  5. Kayrouz R, Dear B, Karin E, Titov N. Facebook as an effective recruitment strategy for mental health research of hard to reach populations. Internet Interventions 2016;4:1 View
  6. Terbonssen T, Settmacher U, Wurst C, Dirsch O, Dahmen U. Effectiveness of Organ Donation Information Campaigns in Germany: A Facebook Based Online Survey. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2015;4(3):e16 View
  7. Nelson E, Loux T, Arnold L, Siddiqui S, Schootman M. Obtaining contextually relevant geographic data using Facebook recruitment in public health studies. Health & Place 2019;55:37 View
  8. Chan T, Yen T, Fu Y, Hwang J. ClickDiary: Online Tracking of Health Behaviors and Mood. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(6):e147 View
  9. Gaupp-Berghausen M, Raser E, Anaya-Boig E, Avila-Palencia I, de Nazelle A, Dons E, Franzen H, Gerike R, Götschi T, Iacorossi F, Hössinger R, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Rojas-Rueda D, Sanchez J, Smeds E, Deforth M, Standaert A, Stigell E, Cole-Hunter T, Int Panis L. Evaluation of Different Recruitment Methods: Longitudinal, Web-Based, Pan-European Physical Activity Through Sustainable Transport Approaches (PASTA) Project. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e11492 View
  10. Schootman M, Nelson E, Werner K, Shacham E, Elliott M, Ratnapradipa K, Lian M, McVay A. Emerging technologies to measure neighborhood conditions in public health: implications for interventions and next steps. International Journal of Health Geographics 2016;15(1) View
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  12. Thongkham , Srivarapongse . Improved Differential Evolution Algorithm to Solve the Advertising Method Selection Problem. Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 2019;5(3):61 View
  13. Pedersen E, Kurz J. Using Facebook for health-related research study recruitment and program delivery. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:38 View
  14. Hansen D, Sheehan D, Stephenson P. Family caregiver recruitment via social media: challenges, opportunities and lessons. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 2017;23(2):84 View
  15. Frandsen M, Thow M, Ferguson S. The Effectiveness Of Social Media (Facebook) Compared With More Traditional Advertising Methods for Recruiting Eligible Participants To Health Research Studies: A Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(3):e161 View
  16. Thornton L, Batterham P, Fassnacht D, Kay-Lambkin F, Calear A, Hunt S. Recruiting for health, medical or psychosocial research using Facebook: Systematic review. Internet Interventions 2016;4:72 View
  17. Subasinghe A, Nguyen M, Wark J, Tabrizi S, Garland S. Targeted Facebook Advertising is a Novel and Effective Method of Recruiting Participants into a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Effectiveness Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(3):e154 View
  18. Terbonssen T, Settmacher U, Wurst C, Dirsch O, Dahmen U. Attitude towards organ donation in German medical students. Langenbeck's Archives of Surgery 2016;401(8):1231 View
  19. Schwinn T, Hopkins J, Schinke S, Liu X. Using Facebook ads with traditional paper mailings to recruit adolescent girls for a clinical trial. Addictive Behaviors 2017;65:207 View
  20. Simpson S, Taylor B, van der Mei I. The role of epidemiology in MS research: Past successes, current challenges and future potential. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 2015;21(8):969 View
  21. Choi I, Milne D, Glozier N, Peters D, Harvey S, Calvo R. Using different Facebook advertisements to recruit men for an online mental health study: Engagement and selection bias. Internet Interventions 2017;8:27 View
  22. Carter-Harris L, Bartlett Ellis R, Warrick A, Rawl S. Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e117 View
  23. Christensen T, Riis A, Hatch E, Wise L, Nielsen M, Rothman K, Toft Sørensen H, Mikkelsen E. Costs and Efficiency of Online and Offline Recruitment Methods: A Web-Based Cohort Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(3):e58 View
  24. Pedersen E, Osilla K, Helmuth E, Tolpadi A, Gore K. Reaching Concerned Partners of Heavy Drinking Service Members and Veterans through Facebook. Military Behavioral Health 2017;5(3):265 View
  25. Jäger K. The potential of online sampling for studying political activists around the world and across time. Political Analysis 2017;25(3):329 View
  26. Jerome R, Dunkel L, Kennedy N, Olson E, Pulley J, Bernard G, Wilkins C, Harris P. To end disease tomorrow, begin with trials today: Digital strategies for increased awareness of a clinical trials finder. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2019;3(4):190 View
  27. Nelson E, Hughes J, Oakes J, Thyagarajan B, Pankow J, Kulasingam S. Human Papillomavirus Infection in Women Who Submit Self-collected Vaginal Swabs After Internet Recruitment. Journal of Community Health 2015;40(3):379 View
  28. Dworkin J, Hessel H, Gliske K, Rudi J. A Comparison of Three Online Recruitment Strategies for Engaging Parents. Family Relations 2016;65(4):550 View
  29. Couper M. New Developments in Survey Data Collection. Annual Review of Sociology 2017;43(1):121 View
  30. Moreno M, Waite A, Pumper M, Colburn T, Holm M, Mendoza J. Recruiting Adolescent Research Participants: In-Person Compared to Social Media Approaches. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2017;20(1):64 View
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  32. Frew P, Schamel J, Randall L, King A, Holloway I, Burris K, Spaulding A. Identifying Missed Opportunities for Routine Vaccination among People Who Use Drugs. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(4):1447 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Zhang H, Wheldon C, Tao C, Dunn A, Guo Y, Huo J, Bian J. Social Web and Health Research. View