Published on in Vol 18, No 8 (2016): August

Frequent Surfing on Social Health Networks is Associated With Increased Knowledge and Patient Health Activation

Frequent Surfing on Social Health Networks is Associated With Increased Knowledge and Patient Health Activation

Frequent Surfing on Social Health Networks is Associated With Increased Knowledge and Patient Health Activation

Journals

  1. Sendra A, Farré J, Vaagan R. Seeking, sharing and co-creating: a systematic review of the relation between social support theory, social media use and chronic diseases. Social Theory & Health 2020;18(4):317 View
  2. Druce I, Williams C, Baggoo C, Keely E, Malcolm J. A Comparison of Patient and Healthcare Professional Views when Assessing Quality of Information on Pituitary Adenoma Available on the Internet. Endocrine Practice 2017;23(10):1217 View
  3. Sinha A, Porter T, Wilson A. The Use of Online Health Forums by Patients With Chronic Cough: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(1):e19 View
  4. Navarro K, Wainwright E, Rodham K, Jordan A. Parenting young people with complex regional pain syndrome: an analysis of the process of parental online communication. PAIN Reports 2018;3(7):e681 View
  5. Markham M, Gentile D, Graham D. Social Media for Networking, Professional Development, and Patient Engagement. American Society of Clinical Oncology Educational Book 2017;(37):782 View
  6. Oser S, Stuckey H, Parascando J, McGinley E, Berg A, Oser T. Glycated Hemoglobin Differences Among Blog-Reading Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Compared With Those Who Do Not Read Blogs: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(2):e13634 View
  7. Costello R, Anand A, Jameson Evans M, Dixon W. Associations Between Engagement With an Online Health Community and Changes in Patient Activation and Health Care Utilization: Longitudinal Web-Based Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e13477 View
  8. Decker V, Valenti M, Montoya V, Sikorskii A, Given C, Given B. Maximizing New Technologies to Treat Depression. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 2019;40(3):200 View
  9. Dorsey J, Hill P, Moran N, Nations Azzari C, Reshadi F, Shanks I, Williams J. Leveraging the Existing US Healthcare Structure for Consumer Financial Well‐Being: Barriers, Opportunities, and a Framework toward Future Research. Journal of Consumer Affairs 2020;54(1):70 View
  10. Chen D, Zhang R, Feng J, Liu K. Fulfilling information needs of patients in online health communities. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2020;37(1):48 View
  11. Litchman M, Edelman L, Donaldson G. Effect of Diabetes Online Community Engagement on Health Indicators: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Diabetes 2018;3(2):e8 View
  12. Cedars B, Cohen A, Fergus K, Baradaran N, Ndoye M, Kamal P, Breyer B. Qualitative Analysis of the Content Found in Online Discussion Boards for Urethral Stricture Disease and Urethroplasty. Urology 2019;130:155 View
  13. Kelleher E, Giampietro P, Moreno M. Social Media Use Among Young Adults With Connective Tissue Disorders: Cross-Sectional Pilot Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2020;3(2):e16367 View
  14. Cho S, Park C, Song M. The evolution of social health research topics: A data-driven analysis. Social Science & Medicine 2020;265:113299 View
  15. Elnaggar A, Ta Park V, Lee S, Bender M, Siegmund L, Park L. Patients’ Use of Social Media for Diabetes Self-Care: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e14209 View
  16. Amico J, Stimmel S, Hudson S, Gold M. “$231 … to pull a string!!!” American IUD users’ reasons for IUD self-removal: An analysis of internet forums. Contraception 2020;101(6):393 View
  17. Tatara N, Hammer H, Andreassen H, Mirkovic J, Kjøllesdal M. The Association Between Commonly Investigated User Factors and Various Types of eHealth Use for Self-Care of Type 2 Diabetes: Case of First-Generation Immigrants From Pakistan in the Oslo Area, Norway. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e68 View
  18. Litchman M, Edelman L. Perceptions of the Diabetes Online Community’s Credibility, Social Capital, and Help and Harm: Cross-Sectional Comparison Between Baby Boomers and Younger Adults. JMIR Aging 2019;2(2):e10857 View
  19. Pearson C, Swindale R, Keighley P, McKinlay A, Ridsdale L. Not Just a Headache: Qualitative Study About Web-Based Self-Presentation and Social Media Use by People With Migraine. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(6):e10479 View
  20. Goetz M, Müller M, Matthies L, Hansen J, Doster A, Szabo A, Pauluschke-Fröhlich J, Abele H, Sohn C, Wallwiener M, Wallwiener S. Perceptions of Patient Engagement Applications During Pregnancy: A Qualitative Assessment of the Patient’s Perspective. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(5):e73 View
  21. Cipolletta S, Votadoro R, Faccio E. Online support for transgender people: an analysis of forums and social networks. Health & Social Care in the Community 2017;25(5):1542 View
  22. Wang M, Zhang P, Zhou C, Lai N. Effect of Emotion, Expectation, and Privacy on Purchase Intention in WeChat Health Product Consumption: The Mediating Role of Trust. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(20):3861 View
  23. Johansson V, Islind A, Lindroth T, Angenete E, Gellerstedt M. Online Communities as a Driver for Patient Empowerment: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e19910 View
  24. Maldonado-Arriaga B, Sandoval-Jiménez S, Rodríguez-Silverio J, Alcaráz- Estrada S, Cortés-Espinosa T, Pérez-Cabeza de Vaca R, Shaw J, Mondragón-Terán P, Hernández-Cortez C, Suárez-Cuenca J, Castro-Escarpulli G. Patient knowledge of fecal calprotectin in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): An observational study in Mexico. F1000Research 2021;9:1496 View
  25. Rhidenour K, Blackburn K, Barrett A, Taylor S. Mediating Medical Marijuana: Exploring How Veterans Discuss Their Stigmatized Substance Use on Reddit. Health Communication 2022;37(10):1305 View
  26. Yin H, You Q, Wu J, Jin L. Factors Influencing the Knowledge Gap regarding Influenza and Influenza Vaccination in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Survey in China. Vaccines 2022;10(6):957 View
  27. Wemrell M, Gunnarsson L. Attitudes Toward the Copper IUD in Sweden: A Survey Study. Frontiers in Global Women's Health 2022;3 View
  28. Kim S, Kim Y, Choi S, Jeon B. Evaluation of nurse‐led social media intervention for diabetes self‐management: A mixed‐method study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2022;54(5):569 View
  29. Gunnarsson L, Wemrell M. On the verge between the scientific and the alternative: Swedish women’s claims about systemic side effects of the copper intrauterine device. Public Understanding of Science 2023;32(2):175 View
  30. Gun C, Aldinc H, Ugur E, Cadircibasi E, Yaylaci S. Should Emergency Physicians and Nurses Direct Their Patients to YouTube for Heparin Self-Injection Training? A Systematic Review of Social Media Videos. Journal of Emergency Nursing 2022;48(4):376 View
  31. Farnood A, Johnston B, Mair F. Understanding the use of heart failure online health forums: a qualitative study. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 2022;21(4):374 View
  32. Franklin K, Engstrand S, Thornton J, Connor J. #Healthcare. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing 2022;41(2):83 View
  33. Kong W, Song S, Zhao Y, Zhu Q, Sha L. TikTok as a Health Information Source: Assessment of the Quality of Information in Diabetes-Related Videos. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(9):e30409 View
  34. Blunck D, Kastner L, Nissen M, Winkler J. The Effectiveness of Patient Training in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Knowledge via Instagram: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(10):e36767 View
  35. Li N, Yao X, Ji H. Relationships among disease knowledge, social support, anxiety and self‐efficacy in patients after total knee arthroplasty: A chain mediating effect. Nursing Open 2023;10(7):4728 View
  36. Bazrafshani A, Panahi S, Sharifi H, Merghati-Khoei E, Ahmed S. The role of online social networks in improving health literacy and medication adherence among people living with HIV/AIDS in Iran: Development of a conceptual model. PLOS ONE 2022;17(6):e0261304 View
  37. Grewal U, Gupta A, Doggett J, Lou E, Gusani N, Maitra A, Beg M, Ocean A. Twitter Conversations About Pancreatic Cancer by Health Care Providers and the General Public: Thematic Analysis. JMIR Cancer 2022;8(1):e31388 View
  38. Yao L, Li Y, Lian Q, Sun J, Zhao S, Wang P. Health information sharing on social media: quality assessment of short videos about chronic kidney disease. BMC Nephrology 2022;23(1) View
  39. Allen-Taylor M, Ryan L, Winkley K, Upsher R. Exploring the Experiences and Perspectives of Insulin Therapy in Type 2 Diabetes via Web-Based UK Diabetes Health Forums: Qualitative Thematic Analysis of Threads. JMIR Diabetes 2022;7(4):e34650 View
  40. Lee J, Xiong L. Exploring learners’ continuous usage decisions regarding mobile-assisted language learning applications: A social support theory perspective. Education and Information Technologies 2023 View
  41. Barqawi H, Samara K, Al Chame H, Al Shyyab I, Almaazmi M. Emirati Adolescents’ and Young Adults’ Usage of Social Media for Health Information. Children 2023;10(10):1636 View
  42. Wemrell M, Gunnarsson L, Chima S. Claims in the clinic: A qualitative group interview study on healthcare communication about unestablished side effects of the copper IUD. PLOS ONE 2023;18(9):e0291966 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hegerl U, Dogan E, Oehler C, Sander C, Stöber F. Gesundheit digital. View
  2. Mahr D. The knowledge of experience. View