Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/24562, first published .
How Health Care Workers Wield Influence Through Twitter Hashtags: Retrospective Cross-sectional Study of the Gun Violence and COVID-19 Public Health Crises

How Health Care Workers Wield Influence Through Twitter Hashtags: Retrospective Cross-sectional Study of the Gun Violence and COVID-19 Public Health Crises

How Health Care Workers Wield Influence Through Twitter Hashtags: Retrospective Cross-sectional Study of the Gun Violence and COVID-19 Public Health Crises

Journals

  1. Acquaviva K. Comparison of Intercom and Megaphone Hashtags Using Four Years of Tweets From the Top 44 Schools of Nursing: Thematic Analysis. JMIR Nursing 2021;4(2):e25114 View
  2. Guntuku S, Purtle J, Meisel Z, Merchant R, Agarwal A. Partisan Differences in Twitter Language Among US Legislators During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e27300 View
  3. Chiang A. Navigating and Leveraging Social Media. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Clinics of North America 2021;31(4):695 View
  4. Elyashar A, Plochotnikov I, Cohen I, Puzis R, Cohen O. The State of Mind of Health Care Professionals in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Text Analysis Study of Twitter Discourses. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(10):e30217 View
  5. Arhab N, Oussalah M, Bounab Y. Analysis of user's car parking behaviour through twitter hashtags. Expert Systems 2023;40(6) View
  6. Lattimer T, Tenzek K, Ophir Y, Sullivan S. Exploring Web-Based Twitter Conversations Surrounding National Healthcare Decisions Day and Advance Care Planning From a Sociocultural Perspective: Computational Mixed Methods Analysis. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(4):e35795 View
  7. Cole K, Zhou A, Jones T, Moore W, Chandler E, Zafonte V, Morrisette T, Gauthier T, Kisgen J, Barner A, Johnson M, Tagare R, Justo J. How to Harness the Power of Social Media for Quality Drug Information in Infectious Diseases: Perspectives on Behalf of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2022;74(Supplement_3):e23 View
  8. Polyzos E, Fotiadis A, Huan T. From Heroes to Scoundrels: Exploring the effects of online campaigns celebrating frontline workers on COVID-19 outcomes. Technology in Society 2023;72:102198 View
  9. Ranney M, Conrey F, Perkinson L, Friedhoff S, Smith R, Wardle C. How Americans encounter guns: Mixed methods content analysis of YouTube and internet search data. Preventive Medicine 2022;165:107258 View
  10. Shakeri Hossein Abad Z, Butler G, Thompson W, Lee J. Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Sleep on Twitter: Multicountry and Fully Labeled Public Data Set for Digital Public Health Surveillance Research. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2022;8(2):e32355 View
  11. Rupert D, Shah K, Chen B, O’Glasser A, Schiml M, Jain S, Chino F. Sex and Location Differences in Verification Status of Physician-Held Social Media Platform Accounts. JAMA Network Open 2022;5(8):e2225671 View
  12. Ranney M, Friedhoff S. Public communication about public health where we really need to go. npj Digital Medicine 2022;5(1) View
  13. Slobodin O, Plochotnikov I, Cohen I, Elyashar A, Cohen O, Puzis R. Global and Local Trends Affecting the Experience of US and UK Healthcare Professionals during COVID-19: Twitter Text Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(11):6895 View
  14. Liu J, Wright C, Williams P, Elizarova O, Dahne J, Bian J, Zhao Y, Tan A. Smokers’ Likelihood to Engage With Information and Misinformation on Twitter About the Relative Harms of e-Cigarette Use: Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(12):e27183 View
  15. Gomez-Vasquez L, Romero-Hall E, Jaramillo Cherrez N, Ghani S, Rodriguez A, Ripine C. Keeping Citizens Informed and Engaged During the COVID-19 Pandemic Using #YoMeInformoPMA: A Case from Latin America. Health Communication 2023;38(9):1813 View
  16. Cahill A, Carlson J. A Scoping Review of Physician Advocacy on Twitter. Cureus 2023 View
  17. Allem J, Biyani M, Bushman B. Surveillance of Gun-Related Conversations on Twitter. Prevention Science 2023 View
  18. Gresenz C, Singh L, Wang Y, Haber J, Liu Y. Development and Assessment of a Social Media–Based Construct of Firearm Ownership: Computational Derivation and Benchmark Comparison. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e45187 View
  19. Singh L, Gresenz C. Social Media Data for Firearms Research: Promise and Perils. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 2022;704(1):267 View
  20. Silver N, Pearson G, Kucherlapaty P, Kalla S, Schillo B. To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Tweets About Tobacco Regulation can Help Disseminate Anti-regulatory Messages. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 2023;25(9):1603 View
  21. Schramm E, Yang C, Chang C, Mulhorn K, Yoshinaga S, Huh-Yoo J. Examining Public Awareness of Ageist Terms on Twitter: Content Analysis. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e41448 View
  22. Krayter S. News Coverage of Mental Health in Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic – An Analysis of the German Press Landscape. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 2023;69(2):119 View
  23. Li W, Tang L, Montayre J, Harris C, West S, Antoniou M. Investigating Health and Well-Being Challenges Faced by an Aging Workforce in the Construction and Nursing Industries: Computational Linguistic Analysis of Twitter Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e49450 View
  24. Cheung L, Lau A, Lam K, Ng P. A Review of Environmental Factors for an Ontology-Based Risk Analysis for Pandemic Spread. COVID 2024;4(4):466 View
  25. Barnett M, Henriques I, Husted B. Hashing out Hashtags: Empty Signifiers Offer Empty Promises of Greater Stakeholder Influence in the Digital Age. Academy of Management Perspectives 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Roberts B, Nofi C, Cornell E, Sathya C. Pediatric Nonadherence. View