Published on in Vol 21, No 12 (2019): December

Criteria to Measure Social Media Value in Health Care Settings: Narrative Literature Review

Criteria to Measure Social Media Value in Health Care Settings: Narrative Literature Review

Criteria to Measure Social Media Value in Health Care Settings: Narrative Literature Review

Authors of this article:

Chukwuma Ukoha 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Andrew Stranieri 1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Martinelli F, Garbi A. Change in practice in gynecologic oncology during the COVID-19 pandemic: a social media survey. International Journal of Gynecologic Cancer 2020;30(8):1101 View
  2. Al-khersan H, Lazzarini T, Fan K, Patel N, Tran A, Tooley A, Lee W, Alfonso E, Sridhar J. Social media in ophthalmology: An analysis of use in the professional sphere. Health Informatics Journal 2020;26(4):2967 View
  3. Mulrennan S, Colt H. Medical information and social media in the time of COVID ‐19. Respirology 2020;25(6):578 View
  4. Ukoha C. How Health Care Organizations Approach Social Media Measurement: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(8):e18518 View
  5. Ukoha C, Stranieri A. The delicate balance of communicational interests: A Bakhtinian view of social media in health care. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 2021;19(2):236 View
  6. Ukoha C, Stranieri A. On the Value of Social Media in Health Care. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(2):419 View
  7. Fontanini R, Visintini E, Rossettini G, Caruzzo D, Longhini J, Palese A. Italian Nurses’ experiences during the COVID‐19 pandemic: a qualitative analysis of internet posts. International Nursing Review 2021;68(2):238 View
  8. Kim J, Lee D, Park E. Machine Learning for Mental Health in Social Media: Bibliometric Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e24870 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Nayal P, Pandey N. New Techniques for Brand Management in the Healthcare Sector. View