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Identifying Opinion Leaders to Promote Organ Donation on Social Media: Network Study

Identifying Opinion Leaders to Promote Organ Donation on Social Media: Network Study

This paper focuses on the dissemination of organ donation tweets on Weibo and examines the opinion leadership in the retweet network of popular organ donation messages on Weibo using social network analysis.

Jingyuan Shi, Charles T Salmon

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(1):e7


Understanding Care Navigation by Older Adults With Multimorbidity: Mixed-Methods Study Using Social Network and Framework Analyses

Understanding Care Navigation by Older Adults With Multimorbidity: Mixed-Methods Study Using Social Network and Framework Analyses

Through quantitative [social network analysis (SNA)] and qualitative (framework analysis) methods, we examine and explore older people’s experiences and needs in relation to navigating their care.

Jolien Vos, Kathrin Gerling, Conor Linehan, Aloysius N Siriwardena, Karen Windle

JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e11054


Reach of Messages in a Dental Twitter Network: Cohort Study Examining User Popularity, Communication Pattern, and Network Structure

Reach of Messages in a Dental Twitter Network: Cohort Study Examining User Popularity, Communication Pattern, and Network Structure

Social network analysis provides the tools to visualize this network and calculate metrics that characterize it and quantify users’ connectivity [5,8]. Social media has the potential to improve health by spreading health information [4].

Maha El Tantawi, Asim Al-Ansari, Abdulelah AlSubaie, Amr Fathy, Nourhan M Aly, Amira S. Mohamed

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(9):e10781


Measuring Audience Engagement for Public Health Twitter Chats: Insights From #LiveFitNOLA

Measuring Audience Engagement for Public Health Twitter Chats: Insights From #LiveFitNOLA

With a mixed-method approach, social network analysis (SNA), and content analysis, we analyzed (1) whether Twitter chats facilitated audience engagement among public health entities and their audience and (2) whether functional themes were present in the engagements

Kristina M Rabarison, Merriah A Croston, Naomi K Englar, Connie L Bish, Shelbi M Flynn, Carolyn C Johnson

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(2):e34