Published on in Vol 19, No 12 (2017): December

Media Consumption and Creation in Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Web-Based Survey

Media Consumption and Creation in Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Web-Based Survey

Media Consumption and Creation in Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Web-Based Survey

Journals

  1. Smaldone F, Ippolito A, Ruberto M. The shadows know me: Exploring the dark side of social media in the healthcare field. European Management Journal 2020;38(1):19 View
  2. Wang Y, McKee M, Torbica A, Stuckler D. Systematic Literature Review on the Spread of Health-related Misinformation on Social Media. Social Science & Medicine 2019;240:112552 View
  3. Mosli M, Alourfi M, Alamoudi A, Hashim A, Saadah O, Al Sulais E, AlAmeel T, Alharbi O, Bakari S, Meeralam Y, Alshobai S, Alsahafi M, Jawa H, Qari Y. A cross-sectional survey on the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on inflammatory bowel disease patients in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology 2020;26(5):263 View
  4. Ruan J, Zhou Y. Regaining normality: A grounded theory study of the illness experiences of Chinese patients living with Crohn’s disease. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2019;93:87 View
  5. Reich J, Guo L, Groshek J, Weinberg J, Chen W, Martin C, Long M, Farraye F. Social Media Use and Preferences in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2019;25(3):587 View
  6. Guo L, Rohde J, Farraye F. Stigma and Disclosure in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2020;26(7):1010 View
  7. Calver M, Fleming P. Evidence for Citation Networks in Studies of Free-Roaming Cats: A Case Study Using Literature on Trap–Neuter–Return (TNR). Animals 2020;10(6):993 View
  8. Cacciatore M. Misinformation and public opinion of science and health: Approaches, findings, and future directions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2021;118(15) View
  9. van Deen W, Khalil C, Dupuy T, Bonthala N, Spiegel B, Almario C. Assessment of inflammatory bowel disease educational videos for increasing patient engagement and family and friends’ levels of understanding. Patient Education and Counseling 2022;105(3):660 View
  10. Rohde J, Sibley A, Noar S. Topics Analysis of Reddit and Twitter Posts Discussing Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Distress From 2017 to 2019. Crohn's & Colitis 360 2021;3(3) View
  11. Rajanala S, Wilson J, Mitchell P, Garvey K, Fishman L. Contrasting Social Media Use Between Young Adults With Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Type 1 Diabetes: Cross-sectional Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2022;5(2):e34466 View
  12. Vernon-Roberts A, Taft T, Lores T, Meredith J, Selinger C. Editorial: Exploring the interplay between clinical and non-clinical outcomes for children and adults with inflammatory bowel disease. Frontiers in Gastroenterology 2023;2 View
  13. Alqahtani R, Alghanemi A, Aljifri A, Ghulman I, Ashram S, Alghamdi E, Azhar A, Ibrahim Z, Alsudais M, Banaja A. Public Knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in Saudi Arabia: A Cross-Sectional Survey Study. Cureus 2023 View
  14. He D, He L, Yuan Y, Huang L, Xiao Q, Ye X, Zhang J. Stigma and its correlates among patients with Crohn’s disease: A cross-sectional study in China. International Journal of Nursing Sciences 2023;10(3):318 View
  15. Shao X, Fang L, Guo X, Wang W, Shi R, Lin D. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of patients living with inflammatory bowel disease: A cross-sectional study. World Journal of Gastroenterology 2023;29(43):5818 View
  16. Remiro M, Jorge O, Lotto M, Lourenço Neto N, Machado M, Cruvinel T. Reacting, Sharing, and Commenting: How Many Facebook Users Are Engaging with Posts Related to Dental Caries That Contain Misinformation?. Caries Research 2023;57(5-6):575 View
  17. Carbery I, Bhatnagar G, Cooney R, Selinger C. How can we improve the carbon footprint of IBD clinical care?. Frontline Gastroenterology 2024:flgastro-2023-102564 View