Published on in Vol 23, No 1 (2021): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/23805, first published .
COVID-19 Misinformation Trends in Australia: Prospective Longitudinal National Survey

COVID-19 Misinformation Trends in Australia: Prospective Longitudinal National Survey

COVID-19 Misinformation Trends in Australia: Prospective Longitudinal National Survey

Journals

  1. Suppan M, Abbas M, Catho G, Stuby L, Regard S, Achab S, Harbarth S, Suppan L. Impact of a Serious Game (Escape COVID-19) on the Intention to Change COVID-19 Control Practices Among Employees of Long-term Care Facilities: Web-Based Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e27443 View
  2. Lupton D, Lewis S. Learning about COVID-19: a qualitative interview study of Australians’ use of information sources. BMC Public Health 2021;21(1) View
  3. Guelmami N, Ben Khalifa M, Chalghaf N, Kong J, Amayra T, Wu J, Azaiez F, Bragazzi N. Development of the 12-Item Social Media Disinformation Scale and its Association With Social Media Addiction and Mental Health Related to COVID-19 in Tunisia: Survey-Based Pilot Case Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(6):e27280 View
  4. Pisl V, Volavka J, Chvojkova E, Cechova K, Kavalirova G, Vevera J. Dissociation, Cognitive Reflection and Health Literacy Have a Modest Effect on Belief in Conspiracy Theories about COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(10):5065 View
  5. Akpan I, Aguolu O, Kobara Y, Razavi R, Akpan A, Shanker M. An Empirical Infodemiology Study of What People Learned about COVID-19 and Behavior Towards Public Health Guidelines Using Web Searches (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021 View
  6. Ashley C, James S, Stephen C, Mursa R, McInnes S, Williams A, Calma K, Halcomb E. Primary Health Care Nurses’ Perceptions of Risk During COVID‐19: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2021 View
  7. Pian W, Chi J, Ma F. The causes, impacts and countermeasures of COVID-19 “Infodemic”: A systematic review using narrative synthesis. Information Processing & Management 2021;58(6):102713 View
  8. Borah P, Irom B, Hsu Y. ‘It infuriates me': examining young adults’ reactions to and recommendations to fight misinformation about COVID-19. Journal of Youth Studies 2021:1 View
  9. Rozbroj T, McCaffery K. The importance of addressing social inequalities and targeting the undecided to promote vaccination against COVID-19. The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific 2021:100250 View