Published on in Vol 22, No 12 (2020): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21886, first published .
Real-Time Communication: Creating a Path to COVID-19 Public Health Activism in Adolescents Using Social Media

Real-Time Communication: Creating a Path to COVID-19 Public Health Activism in Adolescents Using Social Media

Real-Time Communication: Creating a Path to COVID-19 Public Health Activism in Adolescents Using Social Media

Journals

  1. Ghergut A, Maftei A, Grigore A. The light and the dark side of social media use: Depression, anxiety, and eating attitudes among adolescents. Psihologija 2022;55(3):269 View
  2. Han W, Liu W, Xie J, Zhang S. Social support to mitigate perceived risk: moderating effect of trust. Current Issues in Tourism 2023;26(11):1797 View
  3. Zander K, Sibarani R, Lassa J, Nguyen D, Dimmock A. How do Australians use social media during natural hazards? A survey. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 2022;81:103207 View
  4. Ryan G, Askelson N, Woodworth K, Lindley M, Gedlinske A, Parker A, Gidengil C, Petersen C, Scherer A. Unvaccinated Adolescents' COVID-19 Vaccine Intentions: Implications for Public Health Messaging. Journal of Adolescent Health 2023;73(4):679 View
  5. Douglass C, Roe M, Raggatt M, Schlotthauer F, Swe Z, Main S, Lim M, Masson L. Young People’s Recommendations for Accessible, Engaging, and Relevant COVID-19 Research Communication in Australia. Youth & Society 2023 View
  6. So B, Kwon K. Combined benefits of active and passive social media during the COVID-19 pandemic: a health perspective. Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Luo J, Shaw A. Anxiety, Uncertainty, and Resilience During the Pandemic Period - Anthropological and Psychological Perspectives. View
  2. Tariq M. Medical Entrepreneurship. View