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Young People’s Knowledge of Antibiotics and Vaccinations and Increasing This Knowledge Through Gaming: Mixed-Methods Study Using e-Bug

Young People’s Knowledge of Antibiotics and Vaccinations and Increasing This Knowledge Through Gaming: Mixed-Methods Study Using e-Bug

E-Bug, led by Public Health England (PHE), is an international health education resource that teaches children and young people about hygiene, the spread of infections, antibiotic use, and resistance. e-Bug includes Web-based lesson plans and activities for

Charlotte Victoria Eley, Vicki Louise Young, Catherine Victoria Hayes, Neville Q Verlander, Cliodna Ann Miriam McNulty

JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(1):e10915


Influence of Social Media Platforms on Public Health Protection Against the COVID-19 Pandemic via the Mediating Effects of Public Health Awareness and Behavioral Changes: Integrated Model

Influence of Social Media Platforms on Public Health Protection Against the COVID-19 Pandemic via the Mediating Effects of Public Health Awareness and Behavioral Changes: Integrated Model

3 (H3): Public health behavioral change is significantly increasing public health protection.Hypothesis 4 (H4): The use of social media platforms is significantly increasing public health protection.Hypothesis 5 (H5): Public health awareness is significantly

Hani Al-Dmour, Ra’ed Masa’deh, Amer Salman, Mohammad Abuhashesh, Rand Al-Dmour

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e19996


When Public Health Research Meets Social Media: Knowledge Mapping From 2000 to 2018

When Public Health Research Meets Social Media: Knowledge Mapping From 2000 to 2018

empirical research conducted on social media platforms with public health goals, including the social media–based public health research in this study [18-21].

Yan Zhang, Bolin Cao, Yifan Wang, Tai-Quan Peng, Xiaohua Wang

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e17582


Considerations for Public Health Organizations Attempting to Implement a Social Media Presence: A Qualitative Study

Considerations for Public Health Organizations Attempting to Implement a Social Media Presence: A Qualitative Study

While Twitter has only been online since 2006, there is already growing research on its use in public health and by public health organizations [3].

Mark Hart, Nichole Stetten, Gail Castaneda

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(1):e6


Cross-Country Comparison of Public Awareness, Rumors, and Behavioral Responses to the COVID-19 Epidemic: Infodemiology Study

Cross-Country Comparison of Public Awareness, Rumors, and Behavioral Responses to the COVID-19 Epidemic: Infodemiology Study

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak to be a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) on January 30, when there were almost 8000 confirmed cases worldwide; all but 98 of these cases, along with all 170 COVID-19–related deaths

Zhiyuan Hou, Fanxing Du, Xinyu Zhou, Hao Jiang, Sam Martin, Heidi Larson, Leesa Lin

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e21143


Availability and Accessibility of Student-Specific Weight Loss Programs and Other Risk Prevention Health Services on College Campuses

Availability and Accessibility of Student-Specific Weight Loss Programs and Other Risk Prevention Health Services on College Campuses

These small gains may increase an individual’s risk for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and depression [16-19].Despite this public health concern, there remains a need on campuses for weight management services tailored to undergraduates [20,21].

Sarah Lynch, Sharon Hayes, Melissa Napolitano, Katrina Hufnagel

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(1):e29


Quality of HIV Websites With Information About Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or Treatment as Prevention for Men Who Have Sex With Men: Systematic Evaluation

Quality of HIV Websites With Information About Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or Treatment as Prevention for Men Who Have Sex With Men: Systematic Evaluation

Just 4% of young black/African American MSM in Atlanta, Georgia, reported taking PrEP in 2015 [13].Despite numerous public health campaigns for MSM as well as a national HIV prevention plan targeting black/African American and Hispanic/Latino MSM specifically

Taylor Silverman, Nicole Asante, Jacob J van den Berg

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(4):e11384


Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers

Mind the Gap: Social Media Engagement by Public Health Researchers

Social media has taken on a new and important role in public discourse and debate, ranging from the mundane to issues of public health significance.

Brett Keller, Alain Labrique, Kriti M Jain, Andrew Pekosz, Orin Levine

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(1):e8