Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2022): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/37134, first published .
Infodemic Management Using Digital Information and Knowledge Cocreation to Address COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: Case Study From Ghana

Infodemic Management Using Digital Information and Knowledge Cocreation to Address COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: Case Study From Ghana

Infodemic Management Using Digital Information and Knowledge Cocreation to Address COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: Case Study From Ghana

Journals

  1. Chiou H, Voegeli C, Wilhelm E, Kolis J, Brookmeyer K, Prybylski D. The Future of Infodemic Surveillance as Public Health Surveillance. Emerging Infectious Diseases 2022;28(13) View
  2. Lohiniva A, Nurzhynska A, Mueed A, Ali A, Ahmed K, Ayiku P, Amo-Adjei J, Kawakatsu Y, Shetye M, Greiner K, McIntosh R, Worthy D. Strengthening polio vaccine demand in Ghana: Understanding the factors influencing uptake of the vaccine and the effectiveness of different message frames. PLOS ONE 2023;18(2):e0279809 View
  3. Braga D, Oliveira D, Rosário R, Novais P, Machado J. An Architecture Proposal for Noncommunicable Diseases Prevention. Procedia Computer Science 2023;220:820 View
  4. Rovetta A. An integrated infoveillance approach using google trends and Talkwalker: Listening to web concerns about COVID-19 vaccines in Italy. Healthcare Analytics 2023;4:100272 View
  5. Ojong N, Agbe E. “This is most likely not the correct vaccine”: Analyzing COVID-19's viral spread and vaccine anxieties in Ghana, Cameroon, and Malawi. Social Science & Medicine 2023;329:116001 View
  6. Bazrafshan A, Sadeghi A, Bazrafshan M, Mirzaie H, Shafiee M, Geerts J, Sharifi H. Health risk communication and infodemic management in Iran: development and validation of a conceptual framework. BMJ Open 2023;13(7):e072326 View
  7. Jin Q, Raza S, Yousaf M, Zaman U, Ogadimma E, Shah A, Core R, Malik A. Assessing How Risk Communication Surveillance Prompts COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Among Internet Users by Applying the Situational Theory of Problem Solving: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e43628 View
  8. Lohiniva A, Pensola A, Hyökki S, Sivelä J, Härmä V, Tammi T. Identifying factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine uptake in Finland – a qualitative study using social media data. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  9. Owusu I, Kwarteng Acheampong G, Akyereko E, Aryeetey Agyei N, Ashong M, Amofa I, Ann Mpangah R, Kenu E, Gyan Aboagye R, Adu C, Agyemang K, Nsiah-Asare A, Asiedu-Bekoe F. The role of digital surveillance during outbreaks: the Ghana experience from COVID‑19 response. Journal of Public Health in Africa 2023 View
  10. White B, Wilhelm E, Ishizumi A, Abeyesekera S, Pereira A, Yau B, Kuzmanovic A, Nguyen T, Briand S, Purnat T. Informing social media analysis for public health: a cross-sectional survey of professionals. Archives of Public Health 2024;82(1) View
  11. Vepachedu S, Nurzenska A, Lohiniva A, Hudi A, Deku S, Birungi J, Greiner K, Sherlock J, Campbell C, Foster L, Thet Wai K. Understanding COVID-19 vaccination behaviors and intentions in Ghana: A Behavioral Insights (BI) study. PLOS ONE 2024;19(2):e0292532 View