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

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/38316, first published .
Investigating COVID-19 Vaccine Communication and Misinformation on TikTok: Cross-sectional Study

Investigating COVID-19 Vaccine Communication and Misinformation on TikTok: Cross-sectional Study

Investigating COVID-19 Vaccine Communication and Misinformation on TikTok: Cross-sectional Study

Katherine van Kampen 1 * , BHSc ;   Jeremi Laski 2 * , MSc ;   Gabrielle Herman 1 , BSc ;   Teresa M Chan 3, 4, 5, 6 , MD, MHPE

1 Michael G DeGroote School of Medicine , Faculty of Health Sciences , McMaster University , Hamilton , ON , CA

2 College of Medicine , Central Michigan University , Mount Pleasant , MI , US

3 Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine , Faculty of Health Sciences , McMaster University , Hamilton , ON , CA

4 Office of Continuing Professional Development , Faculty of Health Sciences , McMaster University , Hamilton , ON , CA

5 McMaster Education Research, Innovation, and Theory , Faculty of Health Sciences , McMaster University , Hamilton , ON , CA

6 Division of Education & Innovation , Department of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences , McMaster University , Hamilton , ON , CA

*these authors contributed equally

Corresponding Author:

  • Teresa M Chan, MD, MHPE
  • Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine
  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • McMaster University
  • 100 Main St W, Room 5003
  • Hamilton, ON
  • CA
  • Phone: 1 9055259140
  • Email: teresa.chan@medportal.ca