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Twitter Strategies for Web-Based Surveying: Descriptive Analysis From the International Concussion Study

Twitter Strategies for Web-Based Surveying: Descriptive Analysis From the International Concussion Study

Depending on the purpose, a Twitter account or Twitter post can be designed to gain maximum and focused Web-based exposure, which potentially may increase response rates.

Sharief Hendricks, Peter Düking, Stephen D Mellalieu

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e179


"Right Time, Right Place" Health Communication on Twitter: Value and Accuracy of Location Information

"Right Time, Right Place" Health Communication on Twitter: Value and Accuracy of Location Information

Additionally, Twitter provides a rich application programming interface (API) that enables programmatic searching and retrieval of the data.

Scott H. Burton, Kesler W. Tanner, Christophe G. Giraud-Carrier, Joshua H. West, Michael D. Barnes

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(6):e156


Twitter and Public Health (Part 1): How Individual Public Health Professionals Use Twitter for Professional Development

Twitter and Public Health (Part 1): How Individual Public Health Professionals Use Twitter for Professional Development

The following questions asked participants to rate the following questions on a 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree) Likert scale: (1) using Twitter improves my job performance; (2) using Twitter increases my productivity; (3) using Twitter enhances

Mark Hart, Nichole E Stetten, Sabrina Islam, Katherine Pizarro

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(3):e60


Online Impact and Presence of a Specialized Social Media Team for the Journal of Neurosurgery: Descriptive Analysis

Online Impact and Presence of a Specialized Social Media Team for the Journal of Neurosurgery: Descriptive Analysis

The goal of the present study was to examine the impact of establishing a dedicated SMT and elucidate the characteristics of Twitter and Facebook posts that optimize audience engagement.

Joseph R Linzey, Faith Robertson, Ali S Haider, Christopher Salvatore Graffeo, Justin Z Wang, Gillian Shasby, Naif M Alotaibi, Aaron A Cohen-Gadol, James T Rutka

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(5):e17741


Online Influence and Sentiment of Fitness Tweets: Analysis of Two Million Fitness Tweets

Online Influence and Sentiment of Fitness Tweets: Analysis of Two Million Fitness Tweets

TwapperKeeper is a Web app designed to collect social media data via Twitter for long-term archival and analysis.

Theodore Vickey, John G. Breslin

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(4):e82


Global Sentiments Surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter: Analysis of Twitter Trends

Global Sentiments Surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter: Analysis of Twitter Trends

Investigating the evolution of these four basic emotions can demonstrate the changing dynamics of the public’s experience to the crisis.In this report, we present the results of Twitter users’ public emotional responses to the pandemic.

May Oo Lwin, Jiahui Lu, Anita Sheldenkar, Peter Johannes Schulz, Wonsun Shin, Raj Gupta, Yinping Yang

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e19447


Creating COVID-19 Stigma by Referencing the Novel Coronavirus as the “Chinese virus” on Twitter: Quantitative Analysis of Social Media Data

Creating COVID-19 Stigma by Referencing the Novel Coronavirus as the “Chinese virus” on Twitter: Quantitative Analysis of Social Media Data

A total of 13,569 (82.06%) of the preperiod and 145,521 (82.06%) of the postperiod tweets were associated with a Twitter user’s self-reported US state.

Henna Budhwani, Ruoyan Sun

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(5):e19301


Public Perception of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter: Sentiment Analysis and Topic Modeling Study

Public Perception of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Twitter: Sentiment Analysis and Topic Modeling Study

The data were collected from Twitter to build a database on the pattern of the COVID-19 epidemic. Data from Twitter are acceptable for research, being very rich and useful [19].

Sakun Boon-Itt, Yukolpat Skunkan

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(4):e21978


COVID-19 and the Gendered Use of Emojis on Twitter: Infodemiology Study

COVID-19 and the Gendered Use of Emojis on Twitter: Infodemiology Study

In an effort to maintain physical distancing and stop the spread of the virus, a lot of communication has moved from face-to-face (F2F) to online platforms including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, with users sharing information, messages, opinions, and beliefs

Ahmed Al-Rawi, Maliha Siddiqi, Rosemary Morgan, Nimisha Vandan, Julia Smith, Clare Wenham

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e21646