Published on in Vol 20, No 9 (2018): September

Visual Cancer Communication on Social Media: An Examination of Content and Effects of #Melanomasucks

Visual Cancer Communication on Social Media: An Examination of Content and Effects of #Melanomasucks

Visual Cancer Communication on Social Media: An Examination of Content and Effects of #Melanomasucks

Journals

  1. Jones E, Storksdieck M. Recent research on the social network concept and cancer. Current Opinion in Supportive & Palliative Care 2019;13(3):225 View
  2. Meleo-Erwin Z, Basch C, Fera J, Smith B. #celiacdisease: The Use of Instagram in Contending with Chronic Illness. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2020;24(1):35 View
  3. Gao R, Smith J, Malloy K. Head and Neck Cancer and Social Media: The Patient Experience and Cancer Survivorship. The Laryngoscope 2021;131(4) View
  4. Kearney M, Selvan P, Hauer M, Leader A, Massey P. Characterizing HPV Vaccine Sentiments and Content on Instagram. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(2_suppl):37S View
  5. Pérez-Pérez M, Pérez-Rodríguez G, Fdez-Riverola F, Lourenço A. Using Twitter to Understand the Human Bowel Disease Community: Exploratory Analysis of Key Topics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e12610 View
  6. Cho H, Li W, Shen L, Cannon J. Mechanisms of Social Media Effects on Attitudes Toward E-Cigarette Use: Motivations, Mediators, and Moderators in a National Survey of Adolescents. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(6):e14303 View
  7. Griffin A, Topaloglu U, Davis S, Chung A. From Patient Engagement to Precision Oncology: Leveraging Informatics to Advance Cancer Care. Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2020;29(01):235 View
  8. Kim Y, Song D, Lee Y. #Antivaccination on Instagram: A Computational Analysis of Hashtag Activism through Photos and Public Responses. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(20):7550 View
  9. Pinto P, Lopes Antunes M, Pisco Almeida A. Public Health on Instagram: an analysis of health promotion strategies of Portugal and Brazil. Procedia Computer Science 2021;181:231 View
  10. Parker C, Zomer E, Liew D, Ayton D, Laws M. Characterising experiences with acute myeloid leukaemia using an Instagram content analysis. PLOS ONE 2021;16(5):e0250641 View
  11. Bol N, Rising C, Weert J. Perceived emotional and informational support for cancer: Patients’ perspectives on interpersonal versus media sources. Communications 2022;47(2):171 View
  12. Lee, PhD E, Shi, PhD J. Examining the roles of fatalism, stigma, and risk perception on cancer information seeking and avoidance among Chinese adults in Hong Kong. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 2022;40(4):425 View
  13. Medina-Aguerrebere P, Medina E, Gonzalez-Pacanowski T. Branding cancer research institutions through social media platforms. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies 2023;13(2):e202313 View
  14. Ploderer B, Rezaei Aghdam A, Burns K. Patient-Generated Health Photos and Videos Across Health and Well-being Contexts: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(4):e28867 View
  15. Oliveira L, Pilecco K, de Souza D, de Oliveira C, Zanatta F. Main uses of Instagram in oral health research–A scoping review. Health Policy and Technology 2022;11(1):100605 View
  16. Wang X, He R. Supporting Vaccination on TikTok During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Vaccine Beliefs, Emotions, and Comments. Frontiers in Psychology 2022;13 View
  17. Cheung C, Norlander M, Vest A, Thomas B, Zebrack B. A Thin Line Between Helpful and Harmful Internet Usage: Embodied Research on Internet Experiences Among Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology 2022;11(5):478 View
  18. Rejeb A, Rejeb K, Abdollahi A, Treiblmaier H. The big picture on Instagram research: Insights from a bibliometric analysis. Telematics and Informatics 2022;73:101876 View
  19. Wang Y, Bao S, Chen Y. How does social media use influence the mental health of pancreatic cancer patients: a chain mediating effect of online social support and psychological resilience. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  20. Luo C, Dai R, Deng Y, Chen A. How did Chinese public health authorities promote COVID-19 vaccination on social media? A content analysis of the vaccination promotion posts. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9 View
  21. Olsacher A, Bade C, Ehlers J, Fehring L. How to effectively communicate health information on social media depending on the audience's personality traits: An experimental study in the context of organ donation in Germany. Social Science & Medicine 2023;335:116226 View
  22. Jiménez Sánchez L, Moreno Á, Zeler I. Comunicación para la prevención de cáncer de piel: un análisis del uso de Facebook para la comunicación de salud en España. Redmarka. Revista de Marketing Aplicado 2023;27(1):78 View
  23. Jiménez-Sánchez L, Moreno Á. Comunicación para prevenir el cáncer de piel: un análisis del uso estratégico de la red social Twitter en España. Revista de Ciencias de la Comunicación e Información 2023;28:190 View
  24. Haff P, Jacobson A, Taylor M, Schandua H, Farris D, Doan H, Nelson K. The New Media Landscape and its Effects on Skin Cancer Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Prevention: A Scoping Review (Preprint). JMIR Dermatology 2023 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. de Alencar Almeida R, Carvalho D. Computational Neuroscience. View
  2. Rao S, Vibha , Shitij , Kamath G, Rao S. ICT Infrastructure and Computing. View