Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21071, first published .
Trends and Predictors of COVID-19 Information Sources and Their Relationship With Knowledge and Beliefs Related to the Pandemic: Nationwide Cross-Sectional Study

Trends and Predictors of COVID-19 Information Sources and Their Relationship With Knowledge and Beliefs Related to the Pandemic: Nationwide Cross-Sectional Study

Trends and Predictors of COVID-19 Information Sources and Their Relationship With Knowledge and Beliefs Related to the Pandemic: Nationwide Cross-Sectional Study

Journals

  1. Murayama A, Ozaki A, Saito H, Sawano T, Sah R, Tanimoto T. Coronavirus disease 2019 experts appearing on Japanese television: their characteristics and financial conflicts of interest with pharmaceutical companies. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 2021;27(5):805 View
  2. Ipsen C, Myers A, Sage R. A cross-sectional analysis of trust of information and COVID-19 preventative practices among people with disabilities. Disability and Health Journal 2021;14(2):101062 View
  3. Islam J, Vidot D, Camacho-Rivera M. Determinants of COVID-19 preventive behaviours among adults with chronic diseases in the USA: an analysis of the nationally representative COVID-19 impact survey. BMJ Open 2021;11(2):e044600 View
  4. Cheese F, Coulton H. Predicting the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Perceptions of Healthcare Workers and the General Public. Cureus 2021 View
  5. Wong F, Liu T, Leung D, Zhang A, Au W, Kwok W, Shum A, Wong G, Lum T. Consuming Information Related to COVID-19 on Social Media Among Older Adults and Its Association With Anxiety, Social Trust in Information, and COVID-Safe Behaviors: Cross-sectional Telephone Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e26570 View
  6. Cucchiarini V, Caravona L, Macchi L, Perlino F, Viale R. Behavioral Changes After the COVID-19 Lockdown in Italy. Frontiers in Psychology 2021;12 View
  7. Sakya S, Scoy L, Garman J, Miller E, Snyder B, Wasserman E, Chinchilli V, Lennon R. The impact of COVID-19-related changes in media consumption on public knowledge: results of a cross-sectional survey of Pennsylvania adults. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2021;37(6):911 View
  8. Maykrantz S, Langlinais L, Houghton J, Neck C. Self-Leadership and Psychological Capital as Key Cognitive Resources for Shaping Health-Protective Behaviors during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Administrative Sciences 2021;11(2):41 View
  9. Latkin C, Dayton L, Strickland J, Colon B, Rimal R, Boodram B. An Assessment of the Rapid Decline of Trust in US Sources of Public Information about COVID-19. Journal of Health Communication 2020;25(10):764 View
  10. Latkin C, Dayton L, Miller J, Yi G, Jaleel A, Nwosu C, Yang C, Falade-Nwulia O. Behavioral and Attitudinal Correlates of Trusted Sources of COVID-19 Vaccine Information in the US. Behavioral Sciences 2021;11(4):56 View
  11. Urrunaga-Pastor D, Bendezu-Quispe G, Herrera-Añazco P, Uyen-Cateriano A, Toro-Huamanchumo C, Rodriguez-Morales A, Hernandez A, Benites-Zapata V. Cross-sectional analysis of COVID-19 vaccine intention, perceptions and hesitancy across Latin America and the Caribbean. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease 2021;41:102059 View
  12. El-Elimat T, AbuAlSamen M, Almomani B, Al-Sawalha N, Alali F, Di Gennaro F. Acceptance and attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccines: A cross-sectional study from Jordan. PLOS ONE 2021;16(4):e0250555 View
  13. Gehrau V, Fujarski S, Lorenz H, Schieb C, Blöbaum B. The Impact of Health Information Exposure and Source Credibility on COVID-19 Vaccination Intention in Germany. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(9):4678 View
  14. Al‐Metwali B, Al‐Jumaili A, Al‐Alag Z, Sorofman B. Exploring the acceptance of COVID ‐19 vaccine among healthcare workers and general population using health belief model. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2021 View
  15. Reiter P, Katz M. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs About COVID-19 Among Adults in the United States. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  16. Qazi A, Qazi J, Naseer K, Zeeshan M, Qazi S, Abayomi-Alli O, Said Ahmad I, Darwich M, Ali Talpur B, Hardaker G, Naseem U, Yang S, Haruna K. Adaption of distance learning to continue the academic year amid COVID-19 lockdown. Children and Youth Services Review 2021;126:106038 View
  17. Kitonsa J, Kamacooko O, Bahemuka U, Kibengo F, Kakande A, Wajja A, Basajja V, Lumala A, Ssemwanga E, Asaba R, Mugisha J, Pierce B, Shattock R, Kaleebu P, Ruzagira E, Newman P. Willingness to participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials; a survey among a population of healthcare workers in Uganda. PLOS ONE 2021;16(5):e0251992 View
  18. Maykrantz S, Gong T, Petrolino A, Nobiling B, Houghton J. How Trust in Information Sources Influences Preventative Measures Compliance during the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(11):5867 View
  19. Abu-Farha R, Mukattash T, Itani R, Karout S, Khojah H, Abed Al-Mahmood A, Alzoubi K. Willingness of Middle Eastern public to receive COVID-19 vaccines. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 2021;29(7):734 View
  20. Amram O, Borah P, Kubsad D, McPherson S. Media Exposure and Substance Use Increase during COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(12):6318 View
  21. Neely S, Eldredge C, Sanders R. Health Information Seeking Behaviors on Social Media During the COVID-19 Pandemic Among American Social Networking Site Users: Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e29802 View
  22. Fayed A, Al Shahrani A, Almanea L, Alsweed N, Almarzoug L, Almuwallad R, Almugren W. Willingness to Receive the COVID-19 and Seasonal Influenza Vaccines among the Saudi Population and Vaccine Uptake during the Initial Stage of the National Vaccination Campaign: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Vaccines 2021;9(7):765 View
  23. Berg S, O’Hara J, Shortt M, Thune H, Brønnick K, Lungu D, Røislien J, Wiig S. Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: a rapid scoping review. BMC Public Health 2021;21(1) View
  24. Sharif N, Opu R, Alzahrani K, Ahmed S, Islam S, Mim S, Khan F, Zaman F, Dey S. The positive impact of social media on health behavior towards the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: A web-based cross-sectional study. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews 2021;15(5):102206 View
  25. Hopfer S, Duong H, Garcia S, Tanjasiri S. Health Information Source Characteristics Matter: Adapting the Dissemination of an HPV Vaccine Intervention to Reach Latina and Vietnamese Women. The Journal of Primary Prevention 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Bogomoletc E, Goodwin J, Binder A. Pandemic Communication and Resilience. View