Published on in Vol 23, No 3 (2021): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/24948, first published .
Using Narrative Evidence to Convey Health Information on Social Media: The Case of COVID-19

Using Narrative Evidence to Convey Health Information on Social Media: The Case of COVID-19

Using Narrative Evidence to Convey Health Information on Social Media: The Case of COVID-19

Authors of this article:

Anat Gesser-Edelsburg 1, 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. AYDIN A, GÜNER Ö. ÇALIŞAN KADINLARDA PANDEMİNİN RUHSAL ETKİLERİ VE SAĞLIKLI YAŞAM FARKINDALIĞI. Turkish Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care 2021;15(3):602 View
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  4. Ratcliff C, Wicke R, Harvill B. Communicating uncertainty to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic: A scoping review of the literature. Annals of the International Communication Association 2022;46(4):260 View
  5. Gesser-Edelsburg A. How to Make Health and Risk Communication on Social Media More “Social” During COVID-19. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy 2021;Volume 14:3523 View
  6. Gesser-Edelsburg A, Hijazi R, Cohen R. It Takes Two to Tango: How the COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign in Israel Was Framed by the Health Ministry vs. the Television News. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  7. Ceretti E, Covolo L, Cappellini F, Nanni A, Sorosina S, Beatini A, Taranto M, Gasparini A, De Castro P, Brusaferro S, Gelatti U. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Internet-Based Communication for Public Health: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(9):e38541 View
  8. Yi S, Ðoàn L, Choi J, Wong J, Russo R, Chin M, Islam N, Taher M, Wyatt L, Chong S, Trinh-Shevrin C, Kwon S. With no data, there's no equity: addressing the lack of data on COVID-19 for asian american communities. eClinicalMedicine 2021;41:101165 View
  9. Thaker K, Chi Y, Birkhoff S, He D, Donovan H, Rosenblum L, Brusilovsky P, Hui V, Lee Y. Exploring Resource-Sharing Behaviors for Finding Relevant Health Resources: Analysis of an Online Ovarian Cancer Community. JMIR Cancer 2022;8(2):e33110 View
  10. Al-Omoush K, Garrido R, Cañero J. The impact of government use of social media and social media contradictions on trust in government and citizens’ attitudes in times of crisis. Journal of Business Research 2023;159:113748 View
  11. Boender T, Schneider P, Houareau C, Wehrli S, Purnat T, Ishizumi A, Wilhelm E, Voegeli C, Wieler L, Leuker C. Establishing Infodemic Management in Germany: A Framework for Social Listening and Integrated Analysis to Report Infodemic Insights at the National Public Health Institute. JMIR Infodemiology 2023;3:e43646 View
  12. Shanahan E, DeLeo R, Albright E, Li M, Koebele E, Taylor K, Crow D, Dickinson K, Minkowitz H, Birkland T, Zhang M, Van Bavel J. Visual policy narrative messaging improves COVID-19 vaccine uptake. PNAS Nexus 2023;2(4) View
  13. Acampa S, Crescentini N, Padricelli G. Between alternative and traditional social platforms: the case of gab in exploring the narratives on the pandemic and vaccines. Frontiers in Sociology 2023;8 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mirchandani S, Chitrapu S. Global Perspectives of COVID-19 Pandemic on Health, Education, and Role of Media. View