Published on in Vol 19, No 10 (2017): October

Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer Using Twitter: Content Analysis of the 2015 #SmearForSmear Campaign

Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer Using Twitter: Content Analysis of the 2015 #SmearForSmear Campaign

Raising Awareness About Cervical Cancer Using Twitter: Content Analysis of the 2015 #SmearForSmear Campaign

Journals

  1. Salvucci M, Zakaria Z, Carberry S, Tivnan A, Seifert V, Kögel D, Murphy B, Prehn J. System-based approaches as prognostic tools for glioblastoma. BMC Cancer 2019;19(1) View
  2. Deshpande S, Deshpande A, O’Brien C, McMonagle K. A study of the portrayal of information related to (central) auditory processing disorder on social media. Hearing, Balance and Communication 2019;17(2):134 View
  3. Le G, Radcliffe K, Lyles C, Lyson H, Wallace B, Sawaya G, Pasick R, Centola D, Sarkar U, Gruebner O. Perceptions of cervical cancer prevention on Twitter uncovered by different sampling strategies. PLOS ONE 2019;14(2):e0211931 View
  4. Wiweko B, Riyanti A, Olivia S, Priangga M, Silvana V, Putro A, Wibawa Y, Pertiwi I, Zakirah S, Harzif A, Pratama G, Muharam R, Hestiantoro A. Consumer perspectives on reproductive health after using the Jakpros smart mobile health application: A cross-sectional, qualitative study. F1000Research 2019;8:396 View
  5. Motti V, Kalantari N, Neris V. Understanding how social media imagery empowers caregivers: an analysis of microcephaly in Latin America. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 2021;25(2):321 View
  6. Schlichthorst M, King K, Turnure J, Sukunesan S, Phelps A, Pirkis J. Influencing the Conversation About Masculinity and Suicide: Evaluation of the Man Up Multimedia Campaign Using Twitter Data. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(1):e14 View
  7. Wiweko B, Riyanti A, Olivia S, Priangga M, Silvana V, Putro A, Wibawa Y, Agung P, Pertiwi I, Harzif A, Pratama G, Muharram R, Hestiantoro A. Community Perspectives about Reproductive Health and JAKPROS Smart Mobile Application. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 2019;248:012038 View
  8. Allen J, Hollander J, Gualtieri L, Alarcon Falconi T, Savir S, Agénor M. Feasibility of a twitter campaign to promote HPV vaccine uptake among racially/ethnically diverse young adult women living in public housing. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1) View
  9. Alghamdi A, Abumelha K, Allarakia J, Al-Shehri A. Conversations and Misconceptions About Chemotherapy in Arabic Tweets: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e13979 View
  10. Milley K, Chima S, Cummings K, Emery J. Look who’s talking now: Cancer in primary care on Twitter. An observational study. BJGP Open 2021;5(1):bjgpopen20X101134 View
  11. Reuter K, Wilson M, Moran M, Le N, Angyan P, Majmundar A, Kaiser E, Unger J. General Audience Engagement With Antismoking Public Health Messages Across Multiple Social Media Sites: Comparative Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(2):e24429 View
  12. Hoffman B, Colditz J, Shensa A, Wolynn R, Taneja S, Felter E, Wolynn T, Sidani J. #DoctorsSpeakUp: Lessons learned from a pro-vaccine Twitter event. Vaccine 2021;39(19):2684 View
  13. Karmegam D, Mapillairaju B. What people share about the COVID-19 outbreak on Twitter? An exploratory analysis. BMJ Health & Care Informatics 2020;27(3):e100133 View
  14. Plackett R, Kaushal A, Kassianos A, Cross A, Lewins D, Sheringham J, Waller J, von Wagner C. Use of Social Media to Promote Cancer Screening and Early Diagnosis: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e21582 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mercadier Y, Moulahi B, Bringay S, Azé J, Lenoir P, Mercier G, Carbonnel F. Social Web and Health Research. View