Published on in Vol 23, No 2 (2021): February

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21338, first published .
Online Mental Health Animations for Young People: Qualitative Empirical Thematic Analysis and Knowledge Transfer

Online Mental Health Animations for Young People: Qualitative Empirical Thematic Analysis and Knowledge Transfer

Online Mental Health Animations for Young People: Qualitative Empirical Thematic Analysis and Knowledge Transfer

Journals

  1. Mohd Suki N, Mohd Suki N, Hussin Shokri M. Examining youths’ intention to use social media networks for understanding zakat online campaigns that use creative animation. Journal of Islamic Marketing 2023;14(7):1696 View
  2. Tariku Seboka B, Hailegebreal S, Negash M, Mamo T, Ali Ewune H, Gilano G, Yehualashet D, Gizachew G, Demeke A, Worku A, Endashaw H, Kassawe C, Amede E, Kassa R, Tesfa G. Predictors of Mental Health Literacy and Information Seeking Behavior Toward Mental Health Among University Students in Resource-Limited Settings. International Journal of General Medicine 2022;Volume 15:8159 View
  3. Boydell K, Croguennec J. A Creative Approach to Knowledge Translation: The Use of Short Animated Film to Share Stories of Refugees and Mental Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(18):11468 View
  4. Ito‐Jaeger S, Perez Vallejos E, Curran T, Crawford P. What's Up With Everyone? A qualitative study on young people's perceptions of cocreated online animations to promote mental health literacy. Health Expectations 2022;25(4):1633 View
  5. Shabani S, Darabi F, Azimi A, Shabani M. Effectiveness of motion graphic-based narrative therapy with a cognitive-behavioral approach in reducing fluoride varnish therapy anxiety for six-year-old children. Journal of Education and Health Promotion 2023;12(1):189 View
  6. Castillo L, Tran V, Brachaniec M, Chambers C, Chessie K, Couros A, LeRuyet A, LeRuyet C, Thorpe L, Williams J, Wheelwright S, Hadjistavropoulos T. The #SeePainMoreClearly Phase II Pain in Dementia Social Media Campaign: An Implementation and Evaluation Study (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2023 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. de Almeida R. Emerging Technologies for Health Literacy and Medical Practice. View