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Social Networking Versus Facebook Advertising to Recruit Survey Respondents: A Quasi-Experimental Study

Social Networking Versus Facebook Advertising to Recruit Survey Respondents: A Quasi-Experimental Study

A recent review confirms Facebook’s potential for the study of human behavior [2].Facebook RecruitmentSeveral recent studies report Facebook as a cost effective and expedient method for recruitment [3-7], though not all enjoy success [8].

Conor Gilligan, Kypros Kypri, Jesse Bourke

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(3):e48

Using Facebook Advertising to Recruit Representative Samples: Feasibility Assessment of a Cross-Sectional Survey

Using Facebook Advertising to Recruit Representative Samples: Feasibility Assessment of a Cross-Sectional Survey

We propose that many of the aforementioned limitations associated with traditional methods of recruitment can be resolved through Web-based recruitment, specifically Facebook advertising.

Lance Garrett Shaver, Ahmed Khawer, Yanqing Yi, Kris Aubrey-Bassler, Holly Etchegary, Barbara Roebothan, Shabnam Asghari, Peizhong Peter Wang

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(8):e14021

Reinventing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinical Trial Recruitment Using Novel Digital Medicine Tools

Reinventing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinical Trial Recruitment Using Novel Digital Medicine Tools

IPROCiprocIproceedings2369-6893JMIR PublicationsToronto, Canadav4i2e1181510.2196/11815AbstractAbstractReinventing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinical Trial Recruitment Using Novel Digital Medicine ToolsHaleTimothyOtoboEmamuzoMD1Icahn School of Medicine

Emamuzo Otobo, Christopher Park, Jason Rogers, Farah Fasihuddin, Shashank Garg, Chloe Yang, Zahin Roja, Vishu Chandrasekhar, Kritika Singh, Vinod Kumar, Divya Madisetty, Harkirat Dhillon, Ashish Atreja

iproc 2018;4(2):e11815

Correlates of Successful Enrollment of Same-Sex Male Couples Into a Web-Based HIV Prevention Research Study: Cross-Sectional Study

Correlates of Successful Enrollment of Same-Sex Male Couples Into a Web-Based HIV Prevention Research Study: Cross-Sectional Study

This study used recruitment and enrollment data from a large sample of same-sex male couples, recruited online from the United States, to explore factors associated with successful dyadic enrollment in Web-based HIV prevention research.

Rob Stephenson, Tanaka MD Chavanduka, Stephen Sullivan, Jason W Mitchell

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(1):e15078

Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research

Beyond Traditional Newspaper Advertisement: Leveraging Facebook-Targeted Advertisement to Recruit Long-Term Smokers for Research

Dates for the recruitment campaign were specified, and a lifetime spending limit for the recruitment campaign was set at $500 during the creation of the advertisement.

Lisa Carter-Harris, Rebecca Bartlett Ellis, Adam Warrick, Susan Rawl

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(6):e117

The Use of Facebook Advertising to Recruit Healthy Elderly People for a Clinical Trial: Baseline Metrics

The Use of Facebook Advertising to Recruit Healthy Elderly People for a Clinical Trial: Baseline Metrics

IntroductionBackgroundSponsored advertising on social media as a clinical trial recruitment strategy is relatively new.

Julie M M Cowie, Mark E Gurney

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(1):e20

Prediction of (Non)Participation of Older People in Digital Health Research: Exergame Intervention Study

Prediction of (Non)Participation of Older People in Digital Health Research: Exergame Intervention Study

No personal nor sensitive data were collected for this analysis.Selective NonparticipationSelective nonparticipation was studied as resulting from two succeeding processes in the recruitment phase of the HF-Wii study: (non)recruitment according to the study

Arianna Poli, Susanne Kelfve, Leonie Klompstra, Anna Strömberg, Tiny Jaarsma, Andreas Motel-Klingebiel

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e17884