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Follow #eHealth2011: Measuring the Role and Effectiveness of Online and Social Media in Increasing the Outreach of a Scientific Conference

Follow #eHealth2011: Measuring the Role and Effectiveness of Online and Social Media in Increasing the Outreach of a Scientific Conference

Although social media promotion is a “must” for most commercial and academic events, little interest has been given to defining new audiences participating virtually and physically as well as analyzing the impact and outreach of all individual social media

Marcel Winandy, Patty Kostkova, Ed de Quincey, Connie St Louis, Martin Szomszor

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(7):e191

Like or Dislike? Impact of Facebook on Ewing Sarcoma Treatment

Like or Dislike? Impact of Facebook on Ewing Sarcoma Treatment

However, it seems reasonable then that patients might run the risk of receiving pseudoscientific and incorrect information [2].The leading social media platform presenting medical issues is Facebook (FB).

Paul Ruckenstuhl, Michael Schippinger, Paul Liebmann, Andreas Leithner, Gerwin Bernhardt

JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e11

Sentiment Analysis of Health Care Tweets: Review of the Methods Used

Sentiment Analysis of Health Care Tweets: Review of the Methods Used

IntroductionToday’s doctors and patients take to online platforms such as blogs, social media, and websites to convey opinions on health matters [1].

Sunir Ashok Gohil, Sabine Vuik, Ara Darzi

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(2):e43

Social Media and the Empowering of Opponents of Medical Technologies: The Case of Anti-Vaccinationism

Social Media and the Empowering of Opponents of Medical Technologies: The Case of Anti-Vaccinationism

Rapidly increasing in popularity and influence, social media presents a double-edged sword for proponents of medical technologies.

Kumanan Wilson, Jennifer Keelan

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e103

Classification of Health-Related Social Media Posts: Evaluation of Post Content–Classifier Models and Analysis of User Demographics

Classification of Health-Related Social Media Posts: Evaluation of Post Content–Classifier Models and Analysis of User Demographics

Health-related social media widen access to health information for the public, regardless of individuals’ race, age, locality, or education [1].In this study, we evaluated the content of posts in various health-related social media.

Ryan Rivas, Shouq A Sadah, Yuhang Guo, Vagelis Hristidis

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e14952

Using Twitter to Surveil the Opioid Epidemic in North Carolina: An Exploratory Study

Using Twitter to Surveil the Opioid Epidemic in North Carolina: An Exploratory Study

In addition, there is burgeoning interest in the use of innovative and nontraditional methods (such as mining and analyzing social media data) as a means to better surveil the opioid epidemic, with Twitter becoming a complementary data source for pharmacovigilance

Mohd Anwar, Dalia Khoury, Arnie P Aldridge, Stephanie J Parker, Kevin P Conway

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e17574

Facebook Recruitment Using Zip Codes to Improve Diversity in Health Research: Longitudinal Observational Study

Facebook Recruitment Using Zip Codes to Improve Diversity in Health Research: Longitudinal Observational Study

Tobacco companies have paid people to go into inner-city neighborhoods to hand out free samples of menthol (and sometimes regular) cigarettes in an effort to attract black/African American young adult and adult customers [12-14].Facebook is a leading web-based social

Cornelia Ann Pechmann, Connor Phillips, Douglas Calder, Judith J. Prochaska

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e17554

Pregnant Women Sharing Pregnancy-Related Information on Facebook: Web-Based Survey Study

Pregnant Women Sharing Pregnancy-Related Information on Facebook: Web-Based Survey Study

At that time, 7% of the American population reported using social media. Just 10 years later, 60% of Americans reported they were users of social media sites [2].

Tammy S Harpel

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(3):e115