Published on in Vol 20, No 5 (2018): May

“It’s Totally Okay to Be Sad, but Never Lose Hope”: Content Analysis of Infertility-Related Videos on YouTube in Relation to Viewer Preferences

“It’s Totally Okay to Be Sad, but Never Lose Hope”: Content Analysis of Infertility-Related Videos on YouTube in Relation to Viewer Preferences

“It’s Totally Okay to Be Sad, but Never Lose Hope”: Content Analysis of Infertility-Related Videos on YouTube in Relation to Viewer Preferences

Journals

  1. Langford A, Loeb S. Perceived Patient-Provider Communication Quality and Sociodemographic Factors Associated With Watching Health-Related Videos on YouTube: A Cross-Sectional Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e13512 View
  2. Kecojevic A, Meleo-Erwin Z, Basch C, Hammouda M. A Thematic Analysis of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) YouTube Videos. Journal of Homosexuality 2021;68(11):1877 View
  3. Ku S, Balasubramanian A, Yu J, Srivatsav A, Gondokusumo J, Tatem A, Beilan J, Hasan A, Hotaling J, Lipshultz L, Pastuszak A. A systematic evaluation of youtube as an information source for male infertility. International Journal of Impotence Research 2020 View
  4. Park E, Jones C, Forhan M. The use of digital storytelling as an approach to translating research knowledge: A scoping review (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020 View
  5. Mubin O, Cappuccio M, Alnajjar F, Ahmad M, Shahid S. Can a robot invigilator prevent cheating?. AI & SOCIETY 2020;35(4):981 View
  6. Loeb S, Taylor J, Borin J, Mihalcea R, Perez-Rosas V, Byrne N, Chiang A, Langford A. Fake News: Spread of Misinformation about Urological Conditions on Social Media. European Urology Focus 2020;6(3):437 View
  7. Gul M, Kaynar M. Comment on “A systematic evaluation of YouTube as an information source for male infertility”. International Journal of Impotence Research 2020 View
  8. Yokota R, Okuhara T, Ueno H, Okada H, Furukawa E, Kiuchi T. Online Japanese-Language Information on Lifestyle Factors Associated With Reduced Fertility: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e19777 View
  9. Copp T, Kvesic D, Lieberman D, Bateson D, McCaffery K. ‘Your hopes can run away with your realistic expectations’: a qualitative study of women and men’s decision-making when undergoing multiple cycles of IVF. Human Reproduction Open 2020;2020(4) View
  10. Warren C, Sawhney R, Shah T, Behbahani S, Sadeghi-Nejad H. YouTube and Men's Health: A Review of the Current Literature. Sexual Medicine Reviews 2021;9(2):280 View
  11. Cui L, Chu L. YouTube Videos Related to the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Content Analysis. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(6):e26481 View
  12. Jung E, Kim S, De Luca V. Suicide on YouTube:Factors engaging viewers to a selection of suicide-themed videos. PLOS ONE 2021;16(6):e0252796 View
  13. Castillo L, Hadjistavropoulos T, Brachaniec M. The Effectiveness of Social Media in the Dissemination of Knowledge About Pain in Dementia. Pain Medicine 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hammarberg K, Schmidt L, Malling G, Koert E. Patient-Centered Assisted Reproduction. View