Published on in Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

Evaluation of Social Media Utilization by Latino Adolescents: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Evaluation of Social Media Utilization by Latino Adolescents: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Evaluation of Social Media Utilization by Latino Adolescents: Implications for Mobile Health Interventions

Journals

  1. Landry M, Turner M, Vyas A, Wood S. Social Media and Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents: Is there a link?. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e28 View
  2. Andrade E, Evans W, Barrett N, Edberg M, Cleary S. Strategies to Increase Latino Immigrant Youth Engagement in Health Promotion Using Social Media: Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(4):e71 View
  3. Mielgo-Ayuso J, Aparicio-Ugarriza R, Castillo A, Ruiz E, Avila J, Aranceta-Bartrina J, Gil A, Ortega R, Serra-Majem L, Varela-Moreiras G, González-Gross M. Sedentary behavior among Spanish children and adolescents: findings from the ANIBES study. BMC Public Health 2017;17(1) View
  4. Beneitez I, Nieto R, Hernández E, Boixadós M. Adolescents’ social needs living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and their views about digital resources. Advances in Rheumatology 2020;60(1) View
  5. Vargas L, Comello M, Porter J. The Web’s Potential to Provide Depression Literacy Resources to Latinx Teens: A Missed Opportunity?. Howard Journal of Communications 2021;32(4):366 View
  6. Chavez‐Yenter D, Chou W, Kaphingst K. State of recent literature on communication about cancer genetic testing among Latinx populations. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2021;30(3):911 View
  7. Kumar A. Social Media Use and Its Association with Sexual Practices among Undergraduate Students in a Private Medical University at Solan, Himachal Pradesh. Healthline 2021;12(1):37 View
  8. Endriani F, Pratomo H, Siregar K, Amelia T. SOCIAL MEDIA AS POTENTIAL MEANS IN INCREASING KNOWLEDGE ON LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES (LBWB) AMONG ADOLESCENTS (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View