Published on in Vol 22, No 5 (2020): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18796, first published .
Public Engagement and Government Responsiveness in the Communications About COVID-19 During the Early Epidemic Stage in China: Infodemiology Study on Social Media Data

Public Engagement and Government Responsiveness in the Communications About COVID-19 During the Early Epidemic Stage in China: Infodemiology Study on Social Media Data

Public Engagement and Government Responsiveness in the Communications About COVID-19 During the Early Epidemic Stage in China: Infodemiology Study on Social Media Data

Journals

  1. Mheidly N, Fares J. Leveraging media and health communication strategies to overcome the COVID-19 infodemic. Journal of Public Health Policy 2020;41(4):410 View
  2. El-Awaisi A, O’Carroll V, Koraysh S, Koummich S, Huber M. Perceptions of who is in the healthcare team? A content analysis of social media posts during COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2020;34(5):622 View
  3. Tao Z, Chu G, McGrath C, Hua F, Leung Y, Yang W, Su Y. Nature and Diffusion of COVID-19–related Oral Health Information on Chinese Social Media: Analysis of Tweets on Weibo. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(6):e19981 View
  4. Fan T, Hao B, Yang S, Shen B, Huang Z, Lu Z, Xiong R, Shen X, Jiang W, Zhang L, Li D, He R, Meng H, Lin W, Feng H, Geng Q. Nomogram for Predicting COVID-19 Disease Progression Based on Single-Center Data: Observational Study and Model Development. JMIR Medical Informatics 2020;8(9):e19588 View
  5. Pan Y, Xin M, Zhang C, Dong W, Fang Y, Wu W, Li M, Pang J, Zheng Z, Wang Z, Yuan J, He Y. Associations of Mental Health and Personal Preventive Measure Compliance With Exposure to COVID-19 Information During Work Resumption Following the COVID-19 Outbreak in China: Cross-Sectional Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e22596 View
  6. Al-Hasan A, Yim D, Khuntia J. Citizens’ Adherence to COVID-19 Mitigation Recommendations by the Government: A 3-Country Comparative Evaluation Using Web-Based Cross-Sectional Survey Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e20634 View
  7. Barattucci M, Chirico A, Kuvačić G, De Giorgio A. Rethinking the Role of Affect in Risk Judgment: What We Have Learned From COVID-19 During the First Week of Quarantine in Italy. Frontiers in Psychology 2020;11 View
  8. Ngoc Cong Duong K, Nguyen Le Bao T, Thi Lan Nguyen P, Vo Van T, Phung Lam T, Pham Gia A, Anuratpanich L, Vo Van B. Psychological Impacts of COVID-19 During the First Nationwide Lockdown in Vietnam: Web-Based, Cross-Sectional Survey Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(12):e24776 View
  9. Zeng R, Li M. Social Media Use for Health Communication by the CDC in Mainland China: National Survey Study 2009-2020. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e19470 View
  10. dai y, Li Y, Cheng C, Zhao H, Meng T. Government-led or Public-led? Chinese Policy Agenda Setting during the COVID-19 Pandemic. SSRN Electronic Journal 2020 View
  11. Chen S, Zhou L, Song Y, Xu Q, Wang P, Wang K, Ge Y, Janies D. A Novel Machine Learning Framework for Comparison of Viral COVID-19–Related Sina Weibo and Twitter Posts: Workflow Development and Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e24889 View
  12. Hu Z, Yang Z, Li Q, Zhang A. The COVID-19 Infodemic: Infodemiology Study Analyzing Stigmatizing Search Terms. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e22639 View
  13. Do B, Tran T, Phan D, Nguyen H, Nguyen T, Nguyen H, Ha T, Dao H, Trinh M, Do T, Nguyen H, Vo T, Nguyen N, Tran C, Tran K, Duong T, Pham H, Nguyen L, Nguyen K, Chang P, Duong T. Health Literacy, eHealth Literacy, Adherence to Infection Prevention and Control Procedures, Lifestyle Changes, and Suspected COVID-19 Symptoms Among Health Care Workers During Lockdown: Online Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e22894 View
  14. Pedrosa A, Bitencourt L, Fróes A, Cazumbá M, Campos R, de Brito S, Simões e Silva A. Emotional, Behavioral, and Psychological Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology 2020;11 View
  15. Liu L, Xie J, Li K, Ji S. Exploring How Media Influence Preventive Behavior and Excessive Preventive Intention during the COVID-19 Pandemic in China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(21):7990 View
  16. Chen Q, Min C, Zhang W, Ma X, Evans R. Factors Driving Citizen Engagement With Government TikTok Accounts During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Model Development and Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e21463 View
  17. Hartanto D, Siregar S. Determinants of Overall Public Trust in Local Government: Meditation of Government Response to COVID-19 in Indonesian Context. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 2021;15(2):261 View
  18. Khokhar A, Spaulding A, Niazi Z, Ailawadhi S, Manochakian R, Chanan-khan A, Niazi S, Sher T. A Panel Evaluation of the Changes in the General Public’s Social-Media-Following of United States’ Public Health Departments during COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Primary Care & Community Health 2021;12:215013272199545 View
  19. Pulido-Polo M, Hernández-Santaolalla V, Lozano-González A. Uso institucional de Twitter para combatir la infodemia causada por la crisis sanitaria de la Covid-19. El profesional de la información 2021 View
  20. Dallo I, Marti M. Why should I use a multi-hazard app? Assessing the public's information needs and app feature preferences in a participatory process. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 2021;57:102197 View
  21. Pang P, Cai Q, Jiang W, Chan K. Engagement of Government Social Media on Facebook during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Macao. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(7):3508 View
  22. Kim Y, Lee S. Personality of Public Health Organizations’ Instagram Accounts and According Differences in Photos at Content and Pixel Levels. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(8):3903 View
  23. Rahmanti A, Ningrum D, Lazuardi L, Yang H, Li Y. Social Media Data Analytics for Outbreak Risk Communication: Public Attention on the “New Normal” During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 2021;205:106083 View
  24. Zhou X, Song Y, Jiang H, Wang Q, Qu Z, Zhou X, Jit M, Hou Z, Lin L. Comparison of Public Responses to Containment Measures During the Initial Outbreak and Resurgence of COVID-19 in China: Infodemiology Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e26518 View
  25. Ibáñez M, Guerrero M, Yáñez-Valdés C, Barros-Celume S. Digital social entrepreneurship: the N-Helix response to stakeholders’ COVID-19 needs. The Journal of Technology Transfer 2021 View
  26. Zhang K, Peng Y, Zhang X, Li L. Psychological Burden and Experiences Following Exposure to COVID-19: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study of Chinese Medical Student Volunteers. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(8):4089 View
  27. Banerjee D, Meena K. COVID-19 as an “Infodemic” in Public Health: Critical Role of the Social Media. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  28. Schück S, Foulquié P, Mebarki A, Faviez C, Khadhar M, Texier N, Katsahian S, Burgun A, Chen X. Concerns Discussed on Chinese and French Social Media During the COVID-19 Lockdown: Comparative Infodemiology Study Based on Topic Modeling. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(4):e23593 View
  29. Eibensteiner F, Ritschl V, Nawaz F, Fazel S, Tsagkaris C, Kulnik S, Crutzen R, Klager E, Völkl-Kernstock S, Schaden E, Kletecka-Pulker M, Willschke H, Atanasov A. People’s Willingness to Vaccinate Against COVID-19 Despite Their Safety Concerns: Twitter Poll Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e28973 View
  30. Dai Y, Li Y, Cheng C, Zhao H, Meng T. Government-Led or Public-Led? Chinese Policy Agenda Setting during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 2021;23(2):157 View
  31. Li Q, Xia M, Guo X, Shi Y, Guan R, Liu Q, Cai Y, Lu H. Spatial characteristics and influencing factors of risk perception of haze in China: The case study of publishing online comments about haze news on Sina. Science of The Total Environment 2021;785:147236 View
  32. Sleigh J, Amann J, Schneider M, Vayena E. Qualitative analysis of visual risk communication on twitter during the Covid-19 pandemic. BMC Public Health 2021;21(1) View
  33. El Baradei L, Kadry M, Ahmed G. Governmental Social Media Communication Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Egypt. International Journal of Public Administration 2021;44(11-12):907 View
  34. Nguyen M, Pham T, Nguyen K, Nguyen Y, Tran T, Do B, Dao H, Nguyen H, Do N, Ha T, Phan D, Pham K, Pham L, Nguyen P, Nguyen H, Do T, Ha D, Nguyen H, Ngo H, Trinh M, Mai T, Nguyen N, Tra A, Nguyen T, Nguyen K, Bai C, Duong T. Negative Impact of Fear of COVID-19 on Health-Related Quality of Life Was Modified by Health Literacy, eHealth Literacy, and Digital Healthy Diet Literacy: A Multi-Hospital Survey. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(9):4929 View
  35. Sumner R, Kinsella E. “It's Like a Kick in the Teeth”: The Emergence of Novel Predictors of Burnout in Frontline Workers During Covid-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021;12 View
  36. Mansoor M. An interaction effect of perceived government response on COVID-19 and government agency’s use of ICT in building trust among citizens of Pakistan. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 2021;ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print) View
  37. Bredicean C, Tamasan S, Lungeanu D, Giurgi-Oncu C, Stoica I, Panfil A, Vasilian C, Secosan I, Ursoniu S, Patrascu R. Burnout Toll on Empathy Would Mediate the Missing Professional Support in the COVID-19 Outbreak. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy 2021;Volume 14:2231 View
  38. Tri Sakti A, Mohamad E, Azlan A. MINING OF OPINIONS ON COVID-19 LARGE-SCALE SOCIAL RESTRICTIONS IN INDONESIA: PUBLIC SENTIMENT AND EMOTION ANALYSIS ON ONLINE MEDIA (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021 View
  39. Mansoor M. Citizens' trust in government as a function of good governance and government agency's provision of quality information on social media during COVID-19. Government Information Quarterly 2021:101597 View
  40. Yin S, Zhang N, Xu J. Information fusion for future COVID-19 prevention: continuous mechanism of big data intelligent innovation for the emergency management of a public epidemic outbreak. Journal of Management Analytics 2021:1 View
  41. Al-Rawi A, Grepin K, Li X, Morgan R, Wenham C, Smith J. Investigating Public Discourses Around Gender and COVID-19: a Social Media Analysis of Twitter Data. Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research 2021 View
  42. Berg S, O’Hara J, Shortt M, Thune H, Brønnick K, Lungu D, Røislien J, Wiig S. Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: a rapid scoping review. BMC Public Health 2021;21(1) View
  43. Hammersley J, Mather C, Francis K. Lessons for Workforce Disaster Planning from the First Nosocomial Outbreak of COVID-19 in Rural Tasmania, Australia: A Case Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(15):7982 View
  44. Zhang H, Li Y, Dolan C, Song Z. Observations from Wuhan: An Adaptive Risk and Crisis Communication System for a Health Emergency. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy 2021;Volume 14:3179 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. George A, Singh A. Panic Buying. View
  2. Sankar Umaiorubagam G, Ravikumar M, Rajam Sankara Eswaran S. Anxiety, Uncertainty, and Resilience During the Pandemic Period - Anthropological and Psychological Perspectives [Working Title]. View