Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2013): Jul-Dec

Adult Willingness to Use Email and Social Media for Peer-to-Peer Cancer Screening Communication: Quantitative Interview Study

Adult Willingness to Use Email and Social Media for Peer-to-Peer Cancer Screening Communication: Quantitative Interview Study

Adult Willingness to Use Email and Social Media for Peer-to-Peer Cancer Screening Communication: Quantitative Interview Study

Journals

  1. Smith R, Grande D, Merchant R. Transforming Scientific Inquiry. Academic Medicine 2016;91(4):469 View
  2. Rorie D, Flynn R, Mackenzie I, MacDonald T, Rogers A. The Treatment In Morning versus Evening (TIME) study: analysis of recruitment, follow-up and retention rates post-recruitment. Trials 2017;18(1) View
  3. Bowles E, Gao H, Brandzel S, Bradford S, Buist D. Comparative effectiveness of two outreach strategies for cervical cancer screening. Preventive Medicine 2016;86:19 View
  4. Cutrona S, Sadasivam R, DeLaughter K, Kamberi A, Volkman J, Cobb N, Gilbert G, Ray M, Houston T. Online tobacco websites and online communities—who uses them and do users quit smoking? The quit-primo and national dental practice-based research network Hi-Quit studies. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2016;6(4):546 View
  5. Cutrona S, Wagner J, Roblin D, Gaglio B, Williams A, Torres-Stone R, Mazor K. E-mail to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening Within Social Networks: Acceptability and Content. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(5):589 View
  6. Cutrona S, Mazor K, Agunwamba A, Valluri S, Wilson P, Sadasivam R, Finney Rutten L. Health Information Brokers in the General Population: An Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey 2013-2014. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e123 View
  7. Haun J, Lind J, Shimada S, Simon S. EVALUATING SECURE MESSAGING FROM THE VETERAN PERSPECTIVE: INFORMING THE ADOPTION AND SUSTAINED USE OF A PATIENT-DRIVEN COMMUNICATION PLATFORM. Annals of Anthropological Practice 2013;37(2):57 View
  8. Tennant B, Stellefson M, Dodd V, Chaney B, Chaney D, Paige S, Alber J. eHealth Literacy and Web 2.0 Health Information Seeking Behaviors Among Baby Boomers and Older Adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(3):e70 View
  9. Haun J, Lind J, Shimada S, Martin T, Gosline R, Antinori N, Stewart M, Simon S. Evaluating User Experiences of the Secure Messaging Tool on the Veterans Affairs’ Patient Portal System. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e75 View
  10. Haun J, Patel N, Lind J, Antinori N. Large-Scale Survey Findings Inform Patients’ Experiences in Using Secure Messaging to Engage in Patient-Provider Communication and Self-Care Management: A Quantitative Assessment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e282 View
  11. Stone G. Kenya's voluntary male medical circumcision program: Translatable lessons for both domestic and international programs. Healthcare 2014;2(1):74 View
  12. Ruckenstuhl P, Schippinger M, Liebmann P, Leithner A, Bernhardt G. Like or Dislike? Impact of Facebook on Ewing Sarcoma Treatment. JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e11 View
  13. Padrez K, Ungar L, Schwartz H, Smith R, Hill S, Antanavicius T, Brown D, Crutchley P, Asch D, Merchant R. Linking social media and medical record data: a study of adults presenting to an academic, urban emergency department. BMJ Quality & Safety 2016;25(6):414 View
  14. Pellino G, Simillis C, Qiu S, Rasheed S, Mills S, Warren O, Kontovounisios C, Tekkis P, Attai D. Social media and colorectal cancer: A systematic review of available resources. PLOS ONE 2017;12(8):e0183031 View
  15. Shetty N, Yang Y, Asan O. A Scoping Review of Communication on Social Media - Breast Cancer. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care 2021;10(1):28 View
  16. Ramli N, Manaf M, Hassan M, Ismail M, Nawi A. Effectiveness of Colorectal Cancer Screening Promotion Using E-Media Decision Aids: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(15):8190 View