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How Twitter Is Studied in the Medical Professions: A Classification of Twitter Papers Indexed in PubMed

How Twitter Is Studied in the Medical Professions: A Classification of Twitter Papers Indexed in PubMed

How Twitter Is Studied in the Medical Professions: A Classification of Twitter Papers Indexed in PubMed

Journals

  1. Moon H, Lee G. Evaluation of Korean-Language COVID-19–Related Medical Information on YouTube: Cross-Sectional Infodemiology Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e20775 View
  2. Paul M, Dredze M. Social Monitoring for Public Health. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services 2017;9(5):1 View
  3. Pill S, Harvey S, Hyndman B. Novel research approaches to gauge global teacher familiarity with game-based teaching in physical education: an exploratory #Twitter analysis. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 2017;8(2):161 View
  4. Alvaro N, Miyao Y, Collier N. TwiMed: Twitter and PubMed Comparable Corpus of Drugs, Diseases, Symptoms, and Their Relations. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e24 View
  5. Webb S. Twitter use in physics conferences. Scientometrics 2016;108(3):1267 View
  6. McClellan C, Ali M, Mutter R, Kroutil L, Landwehr J. Using social media to monitor mental health discussions − evidence from Twitter. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016:ocw133 View
  7. Yu J, Muñoz-Justicia J. A Bibliometric Overview of Twitter-Related Studies Indexed in Web of Science. Future Internet 2020;12(5):91 View
  8. Lee H, McAuley J, Hübscher M, Allen H, Kamper S, Moseley G. Tweeting back: predicting new cases of back pain with mass social media data. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;23(3):644 View