Published on in Vol 18, No 12 (2016): December

Social Media Use Among Living Kidney Donors and Recipients: Survey on Current Practice and Potential

Social Media Use Among Living Kidney Donors and Recipients: Survey on Current Practice and Potential

Social Media Use Among Living Kidney Donors and Recipients: Survey on Current Practice and Potential

Journals

  1. Parmar N, Dong L, Eisingerich A. Connecting With Your Dentist on Facebook: Patients’ and Dentists’ Attitudes Towards Social Media Usage in Dentistry. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10109 View
  2. Habbous S, Woo J, Lam N, Lentine K, Cooper M, Reich M, Garg A. The Efficiency of Evaluating Candidates for Living Kidney Donation: A Scoping Review. Transplantation Direct 2018;4(10):e394 View
  3. Mercado-Martínez F, Huerta-Francisco V, Urias-Vázquez J. Redes sociales virtuales y Salud. Una experiencia participativa sobre la enfermedad renal crónica. Interface - Comunicação, Saúde, Educação 2019;23 View
  4. Kronbichler A, Effenberger M, Shin J, Koppelstätter C, Denicolò S, Rudnicki M, Neuwirt H, Soler M, Stevens K, Bruchfeld A, Tilg H, Mayer G, Perco P. Is There Decreasing Public Interest in Renal Transplantation? A Google TrendsTM Analysis. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2020;9(4):1048 View
  5. Henderson M, Clayville K, Fisher J, Kuntz K, Mysel H, Purnell T, Schaffer R, Sherman L, Willock E, Gordon E. Social media and organ donation: Ethically navigating the next frontier. American Journal of Transplantation 2017;17(11):2803 View
  6. Henderson M. Social Media in the Identification of Living Kidney Donors: Platforms, Tools, and Strategies. Current Transplantation Reports 2018;5(1):19 View
  7. Waterman A, Wood E, Ranasinghe O, Faye Lipsey A, Anderson C, Balliet W, Holland-Carter L, Maurer S, Aurora Posadas Salas M. A Digital Library for Increasing Awareness About Living Donor Kidney Transplants: Formative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(7):e17441 View
  8. Ruck J, Henderson M, Eno A, Van Pilsum Rasmussen S, DiBrito S, Thomas A, Li R, Singer L, Massie I, Waldram M, Konel J, Helfer D, Garonzik Wang J, Purnell T, Mogul D, Lentine K, Waterman A, Segev D. Use of Twitter in communicating living solid organ donation information to the public: An exploratory study of living donors and transplant professionals. Clinical Transplantation 2018:e13447 View
  9. Habbous S, Barnieh L, Klarenbach S, Manns B, Sarma S, Begen M, Litchfield K, Lentine K, Singh S, Garg A. Evaluating multiple living kidney donor candidates simultaneously is more cost-effective than sequentially. Kidney International 2020;98(6):1578 View
  10. Lumsdaine J. Changing practice: shifting from pre-dialysis thinking to pre-transplant preparation. Journal of Kidney Care 2019;4(1):6 View
  11. Henderson M, Adler J, Van Pilsum Rasmussen S, Thomas A, Herron P, Waldram M, Ruck J, Purnell T, DiBrito S, Holscher C, Haugen C, Alimi Y, Konel J, Eno A, Garonzik Wang J, Gordon E, Lentine K, Schaffer R, Cameron A, Segev D. How Should Social Media Be Used in Transplantation? A Survey of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons. Transplantation 2019;103(3):573 View
  12. DuBray B, Shawar S, Rega S, Smith K, Centanni K, Warmke K, Concepcion B, Edwards G, Schaefer H, Feurer I, Forbes R. Impact of Social Media on Self-Referral Patterns for Living Kidney Donation. Kidney360 2020;1(12):1419 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Axelrod D, Serur D, Abramson M, LaPointe Rudow D. Living Kidney Donation. View
  2. Gross J, Fortin M. Living Kidney Donation. View