Published on in Vol 19, No 2 (2017): February

Patient Use of Electronic Prescription Refill and Secure Messaging and Its Association With Undetectable HIV Viral Load: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Patient Use of Electronic Prescription Refill and Secure Messaging and Its Association With Undetectable HIV Viral Load: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Patient Use of Electronic Prescription Refill and Secure Messaging and Its Association With Undetectable HIV Viral Load: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Journals

  1. Conley C, Goyal N, Brown S. #CardioOncology: Twitter chat as a mechanism for increasing awareness of heart health for cancer patients. Cardio-Oncology 2020;6(1) View
  2. Santarone K, Meneses E, Shepherd A, Boneva D, Mckenney M, Elkbuli A. Surgeons and social media: The use of twitter hashtags at the Academic Surgical Congress 2015–2019: A cross sectional study. Annals of Medicine and Surgery 2020;58:151 View
  3. Chen S, Xu Q, Buchenberger J, Bagavathi A, Fair G, Shaikh S, Krishnan S. Dynamics of Health Agency Response and Public Engagement in Public Health Emergency: A Case Study of CDC Tweeting Patterns During the 2016 Zika Epidemic. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e10827 View
  4. Ukoha C, Stranieri A. Criteria to Measure Social Media Value in Health Care Settings: Narrative Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(12):e14684 View
  5. Admon A, Kaul V, Cribbs S, Guzman E, Jimenez O, Richards J. Twelve tips for developing and implementing a medical education Twitter chat. Medical Teacher 2020;42(5):500 View
  6. Zhang Z, Ahmed W. A comparison of information sharing behaviours across 379 health conditions on Twitter. International Journal of Public Health 2019;64(3):431 View
  7. Anderson J, Eppes A, O’Dwyer S. “Like Death is Near”: Expressions of Suicidal and Homicidal Ideation in the Blog Posts of Family Caregivers of People with Dementia. Behavioral Sciences 2019;9(3):22 View
  8. Vu H, Do H, Seo H, Liu Y. Who Leads the Conversation on Climate Change?: A Study of a Global Network of NGOs on Twitter. Environmental Communication 2020;14(4):450 View
  9. Adawi M, Bragazzi N, Watad A, Sharif K, Amital H, Mahroum N. Discrepancies Between Classic and Digital Epidemiology in Searching for the Mayaro Virus: Preliminary Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Google Trends. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(4):e93 View
  10. KÜÇÜK D, ARICI N, KÜÇÜK E. Sosyal medyada otomatik halk sağlığı takibi: Güncel bir derleme. Ömer Halisdemir Üniversitesi Mühendislik Bilimleri Dergisi 2021 View
  11. Ojo A, Guntuku S, Zheng M, Beidas R, Ranney M. How Health Care Workers Wield Influence Through Twitter Hashtags: Retrospective Cross-sectional Study of the Gun Violence and COVID-19 Public Health Crises. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(1):e24562 View
  12. Ramirez A, Aguilar R, Merck A, Despres C, Sukumaran P, Cantu-Pawlik S, Chalela P. Use of #SaludTues Tweetchats for the Dissemination of Culturally Relevant Information on Latino Health Equity: Exploratory Case Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(3):e21266 View
  13. Maitra C, Rowley J. Using a social media based intervention to enhance eye health awareness of members of a deprived community in India. Information Development 2021:026666692110134 View
  14. Sukumaran P, Chalela P, Aguilar R, Despres C, McAlister A, Ramirez A. Using Tweetchats to Build Community Awareness and Advocacy around Alzheimer’s Disease for Latinos. Journal of Health Communication 2021;26(4):281 View
  15. Taylor M. All Talk and No Action? A Comparative Analysis of Nonprofit Twitter Chats. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 2021:1 View