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

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25429, first published .
Early Crowdfunding Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Study

Early Crowdfunding Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Study

Early Crowdfunding Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Study

Journals

  1. Basit M, Lehmann C, Medford R. Managing Pandemics with Health Informatics: Successes and Challenges. Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2021;30(01):017 View
  2. Igra M, Kenworthy N, Luchsinger C, Jung J. Crowdfunding as a response to COVID-19: Increasing inequities at a time of crisis. Social Science & Medicine 2021;282:114105 View
  3. Hanna J, Saleh S, Lehmann C, Nijhawan A, Medford R. Reaching Populations at Risk for HIV Through Targeted Facebook Advertisements: Cost-Consequence Analysis. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e38630 View
  4. Peng Y, Li Y, Wei L. Positive Sentiment and the Donation Amount: Social Norms in Crowdfunding Donations During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology 2022;13 View
  5. Shaw N, Hakam N, Lui J, Abbasi B, Sudhakar A, Leapman M, Breyer B. COVID-19 Misinformation and Social Network Crowdfunding: Cross-sectional Study of Alternative Treatments and Antivaccine Mandates. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(7):e38395 View
  6. Shukla G, Kumar S, Kumar M, Kumar A, Chhetri M, Macioszek E. A Fuzzy Ecosystem Benchmarking for Crowdfunding in Transport Sector. Journal of Advanced Transportation 2022;2022:1 View
  7. Kenworthy N, Igra M. Medical Crowdfunding and Disparities in Health Care Access in the United States, 2016‒2020. American Journal of Public Health 2022;112(3):491 View
  8. Wang J, Luo J, Zhang X. How COVID-19 Has Changed Crowdfunding: Evidence From GoFundMe. Frontiers in Computer Science 2022;4 View
  9. Kenworthy N, Jung J, Hops E. Struggling, helping and adapting: Crowdfunding motivations and outcomes during the early US COVID‐19 pandemic. Sociology of Health & Illness 2023;45(2):298 View
  10. Pascucci T, Cardella G, Hernández-Sánchez B, Sánchez-García J. Systematic Review of Socio-Emotional Values Within Organizations. Frontiers in Psychology 2022;12 View
  11. Yang Y, Koh Y. Is restaurant crowdfunding immune to the COVID-19 pandemic?. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2022;34(4):1353 View
  12. Stewart E, Nonhebel A, Möller C, Bassett K. Doing ‘our bit’: Solidarity, inequality, and COVID-19 crowdfunding for the UK National Health Service. Social Science & Medicine 2022;308:115214 View
  13. Wilson A, Lehmann C, Saleh S, Hanna J, Medford R. Social media: A new tool for outbreak surveillance. Antimicrobial Stewardship & Healthcare Epidemiology 2021;1(1) View
  14. Van Steenburg E, Anaza N, Ashhar A, Barrios A, Deutsch A, Gardner M, Priya P, Roy A, Sivaraman A, Taylor K. The new world of philanthropy: How changing financial behavior, public policies, and COVID‐19 affect nonprofit fundraising and marketing. Journal of Consumer Affairs 2022;56(3):1079 View
  15. Wade M. ‘The giving layer of the internet’: A critical history of GoFundMe's reputation management, platform governance, and communication strategies in capturing peer‐to‐peer and charitable giving markets. Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing 2023;28(4) View
  16. Perez M, Coello D. Sociocultural Factors in Times of Global Crisis. International Journal of Cloud Applications and Computing 2023;13(1):1 View
  17. Grassi L, Fantaccini S. An overview of Fintech applications to solve the puzzle of health care funding: state-of-the-art in medical crowdfunding. Financial Innovation 2022;8(1) View
  18. Lobato T, Gennari-Felipe M, Pauferro J, Correa I, Santos B, Dias B, de Oliveira Borges J, dos Santos C, de Sousa Santos E, de Araújo M, Ferreira L, Pereira S, Serdan T, Levada-Pires A, Hatanaka E, Borges L, Cury-Boaventura M, Vinolo M, Pithon-Curi T, Masi L, Curi R, Hirabara S, Gorjão R. Leukocyte metabolism in obese type 2 diabetic individuals associated with COVID-19 severity. Frontiers in Microbiology 2022;13 View
  19. Payne T, Lehmann C, Zatzick A. The Voice of the Patient and the Electronic Health Record. Applied Clinical Informatics 2023;14(02):254 View
  20. Snyder J, Zenone M, Badwan N. Vaccine related crowdfunding on a ‘Freedom Fundraising’ platform. PLOS ONE 2023;18(7):e0288539 View
  21. Choi D, Ferris A, Marrese T, Cnaan R, Handy F. The Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Recruitment and Retention of Volunteers and Donors in the U.S.. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance 2023:1 View
  22. Saleh S, McDonald S, Basit M, Kumar S, Arasaratnam R, Perl T, Lehmann C, Medford R. Public perception of COVID-19 vaccines through analysis of Twitter content and users. Vaccine 2023;41(33):4844 View
  23. Boe J, Richartz J. “No One Has a Fundraiser for a Family in a Mental Health Crisis”: Constructing Mental Health as Bodies of Moral Worth. Journal of Systemic Therapies 2023;42(2):58 View
  24. Amador E, Hernández-Chincoya R, Riley A. Pandemic retelling: What GoFundMe posts reveal about the socioeconomic context of COVID-19 death and bereavement among Latinx and Spanish-speaking communities in the United States. Adv Glob Health 2023;2(1) View
  25. Borello G, Muri R. The effect of covid policy restrictions on donations during the sustainable and entrepreneurial context. Journal of Business Research 2024;177:114615 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Lukasiewicz A, Santa M. The Sharing Economy in Europe. View