Published on in Vol 6, No 2 (2020): Apr-Jun

Comparison of Social Media, Syndromic Surveillance, and Microbiologic Acute Respiratory Infection Data: Observational Study

Comparison of Social Media, Syndromic Surveillance, and Microbiologic Acute Respiratory Infection Data: Observational Study

Comparison of Social Media, Syndromic Surveillance, and Microbiologic Acute Respiratory Infection Data: Observational Study

Journals

  1. Chunara R, Cook S. Using Digital Data to Protect and Promote the Most Vulnerable in the Fight Against COVID-19. Frontiers in Public Health 2020;8 View
  2. Gabarron E, Rivera-Romero O, Miron-Shatz T, Grainger R, Denecke K. Role of Participatory Health Informatics in Detecting and Managing Pandemics: Literature Review. Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2021 View
  3. Bility M, Agarwal Y, Ho S, Castronova I, Beatty C, Biradar S, Narala V, Periyapatna N, Chen Y, Nachega J. WITHDRAWN: Can Traditional Chinese Medicine provide insights into controlling the COVID-19 pandemic: Serpentinization-induced lithospheric long-wavelength magnetic anomalies in Proterozoic bedrocks in a weakened geomagnetic field mediate the aberrant transformation of biogenic molecules in COVID-19 via magnetic catalysis. Science of The Total Environment 2020:142830 View
  4. Daughton A, Shelley C, Barnard M, Gerts D, Watson Ross C, Crooker I, Nadiga G, Mukundan N, Vaquera Chavez N, Parikh N, Pitts T, Fairchild G. Mining and Validating Social Media Data for COVID-19–Related Human Behaviors Between January and July 2020: Infodemiology Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(5):e27059 View