Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2022): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/32452, first published .
COVID-19 and Vitamin D Misinformation on YouTube: Content Analysis

COVID-19 and Vitamin D Misinformation on YouTube: Content Analysis

COVID-19 and Vitamin D Misinformation on YouTube: Content Analysis

Journals

  1. Samuel L, Goodstein L, Basch C. Coverage of the 2022 infant formula shortage on YouTube: a conversation driven by news media. Journal of Public Health 2024;32(3):349 View
  2. Mello S, Glowacki E, Fuentes I, Seabolt J. Communicating COVID-19 Risk on Instagram: A Content Analysis of Official Public Health Messaging During the First Year of the Pandemic. Journal of Health Communication 2023;28(1):38 View
  3. Wu Y, Kuru O, Kim D, Kim S. COVID-19 News Exposure and Vaccinations: A Moderated Mediation of Digital News Literacy Behavior and Vaccine Misperceptions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(1):891 View
  4. Corinti F, Pontillo D, Giansanti D. COVID-19 and the Infodemic: An Overview of the Role and Impact of Social Media, the Evolution of Medical Knowledge, and Emerging Problems. Healthcare 2022;10(4):732 View
  5. Smaha J, Jackuliak P, Kužma M, Max F, Binkley N, Payer J. Vitamin D Deficiency Prevalence in Hospitalized Patients with COVID-19 Significantly Decreased during the Pandemic in Slovakia from 2020 to 2022 Which Was Associated with Decreasing Mortality. Nutrients 2023;15(5):1132 View
  6. Honcharov V, Li J, Sierra M, Rivadeneira N, Olazo K, Nguyen T, Mackey T, Sarkar U. Public Figure Vaccination Rhetoric and Vaccine Hesitancy: Retrospective Twitter Analysis. JMIR Infodemiology 2023;3:e40575 View
  7. Sarker A, Lakamana S, Liao R, Abbas A, Yang Y, Al-Garadi M. The Early Detection of Fraudulent COVID-19 Products From Twitter Chatter: Data Set and Baseline Approach Using Anomaly Detection. JMIR Infodemiology 2023;3:e43694 View
  8. VIČIČ V, PANDEL MIKUŠ R. Vitamin D Supplementation During COVID-19 Lockdown and After 20 Months: Follow-Up Study on Slovenian Women Aged Between 44 and 66. Slovenian Journal of Public Health 2023;62(4):182 View
  9. Bizzotto N, Schulz P, de Bruijn G. The “Loci” of Misinformation and Its Correction in Peer- and Expert-Led Online Communities for Mental Health: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e44656 View
  10. Garrett B, Caulfield T, Musoke R, Murdoch B, Tang X, Lam J, Dinga J. Demographic and psychometric predictors associated with engagement in risk-associated alternative healthcare behaviours. PLOS ONE 2023;18(9):e0291016 View
  11. Pavličić J, Dimitrijević J, Vučković A, Đorđević S, Nedeljković A, Tešić Ž. Friend or Foe? Rethinking Epistemic Trespassing. Social Epistemology 2024;38(2):249 View
  12. Haff P, Jacobson A, Taylor M, Schandua H, Farris D, Doan H, Nelson K. The New Media Landscape and Its Effects on Skin Cancer Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Prevention: Scoping Review. JMIR Dermatology 2024;7:e53373 View
  13. Thakur N, Cui S, Knieling V, Khanna K, Shao M. Investigation of the Misinformation about COVID-19 on YouTube Using Topic Modeling, Sentiment Analysis, and Language Analysis. Computation 2024;12(2):28 View
  14. Dalton M, Duffy R, Quinn E, Larsen K, Peters C, Brenner D, Yang L, Rainham D, Armstrong H. A qualitative review of social media sharing and the 2022 monkeypox outbreak: did early labelling help to curb misinformation or fuel the fire?. Sexual Health 2024;21(1) View
  15. Chandrasekaran R, Konaraddi K, Sharma S, Moustakas E. Text-Mining and Video Analytics of COVID-19 Narratives Shared by Patients on YouTube. Journal of Medical Systems 2024;48(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Patel K, Thakur N. HCI International 2024 Posters. View