Published on in Vol 7, No 2 (2021): February

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25651, first published .
The Influence of Media Coverage and Governmental Policies on Google Queries Related to COVID-19 Cutaneous Symptoms: Infodemiology Study

The Influence of Media Coverage and Governmental Policies on Google Queries Related to COVID-19 Cutaneous Symptoms: Infodemiology Study

The Influence of Media Coverage and Governmental Policies on Google Queries Related to COVID-19 Cutaneous Symptoms: Infodemiology Study

Journals

  1. Rovetta A. Reliability of Google Trends: Analysis of the Limits and Potential of Web Infoveillance During COVID-19 Pandemic and for Future Research. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics 2021;6 View
  2. Saegner T, Austys D. Forecasting and Surveillance of COVID-19 Spread Using Google Trends: Literature Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(19):12394 View
  3. Rovetta A, Castaldo L. Influence of Mass Media on Italian Web Users During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Infodemiological Analysis. JMIRx Med 2021;2(4):e32233 View
  4. Wu J, Tizek L, Rueth M, Wecker H, Kain A, Biedermann T, Zink A. The national burden of scabies in Germany: a population-based approach using Internet search engine data. Infection 2022;50(4):915 View
  5. Kłak A, Grygielska J, Mańczak M, Ejchman-Pac E, Owoc J, Religioni U, Olszewski R. Online Information of COVID-19: Visibility and Characterization of Highest Positioned Websites by Google between March and April 2020—A Cross-Country Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(3):1491 View
  6. Ming W, Huang F, Chen Q, Liang B, Jiao A, Liu T, Wu H, Akinwunmi B, Li J, Liu G, Zhang C, Huang J, Liu Q. Understanding Health Communication Through Google Trends and News Coverage for COVID-19: Multinational Study in Eight Countries. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(12):e26644 View
  7. An L, Russell D, Mihalcea R, Bacon E, Huffman S, Resnicow K. Online Search Behavior Related to COVID-19 Vaccines: Infodemiology Study. JMIR Infodemiology 2021;1(1):e32127 View
  8. Mancini A, Sowards S, Blumberg A, Lynch R, Fardella G, Maewsky N, Prati G. Media exposure related to COVID-19 is associated with worse mental health consequences in the United States compared to Italy. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 2024:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Galido A, Ecleo J. Novel & Intelligent Digital Systems: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference (NiDS 2022). View