Published on in Vol 21, No 12 (2019): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/13694, first published .
Pregnancy-Related Information Seeking and Sharing in the Social Media Era Among Expectant Mothers: Qualitative Study

Pregnancy-Related Information Seeking and Sharing in the Social Media Era Among Expectant Mothers: Qualitative Study

Pregnancy-Related Information Seeking and Sharing in the Social Media Era Among Expectant Mothers: Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Ma R, Deng Z, Wu M. Effects of Health Information Dissemination on User Follows and Likes during COVID-19 Outbreak in China: Data and Content Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(14):5081 View
  2. Zhu C, Xu X, Zhang W, Chen J, Evans R. How Health Communication via Tik Tok Makes a Difference: A Content Analysis of Tik Tok Accounts Run by Chinese Provincial Health Committees. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;17(1):192 View
  3. Moreno-Fernández M, Matute H. Biased Sampling and Causal Estimation of Health-Related Information: Laboratory-Based Experimental Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e17502 View
  4. Aston M, Price S, Hunter A, Sim M, Etowa J, Monaghan J, Paynter M. Second Opinions: Negotiating Agency in Online Mothering Forums. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 2020:084456212094055 View
  5. Xie J, He Z, Burnett G, Cheng Y. How do mothers exchange parenting-related information in online communities? A meta-synthesis. Computers in Human Behavior 2021;115:106631 View
  6. Uwambaye P, Nyiringango G, Musabwasoni S, Husain A, Nessa K, Razzaque M. COVID-19 Pandemic: Adaptation in Antenatal Care for Better Pregnancy Outcomes. Frontiers in Global Women's Health 2020;1 View
  7. Wang J, Zhou Y, Zhang W, Evans R, Zhu C. Concerns Expressed by Chinese Social Media Users During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Content Analysis of Sina Weibo Microblogging Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e22152 View
  8. GÜL ÜNLÜ D. "Hepsi Bir Işık Oluyor Ama Karanlıktaki Ay Gibi, Güneş Gibi Değil": Annelerin Dijital Annelik Tavsiyesine Dair Değerlendirmeleri Üzerine Bir İnceleme. Kültür ve İletişim 2020 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Lu Y, Zhang Z, Min K, Luo X, He Z. Diversity, Divergence, Dialogue. View