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Medical Selfies: Emotional Impacts and Practical Challenges [article]

Daniel Diethei, Ashley Colley, Matilda Kalving, Tarja Salmela, Jonna Häkkilä, Johannes Schöning
2020 pre-print
We present recommendations for the design of mobile apps to address the usability and emotional impacts of taking medical selfies.  ...  While mobile teledermatology can provide good diagnostic accuracy for skin tumours, there is little research about emotional and physical aspects when taking medical selfies of body parts.  ...  the Leibniz Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology âĂŞ BIPS.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3379503.3403555 arXiv:2009.05488v1 fatcat:lnrdxgvq5rhevmy4sqapni3bli

Exploring selfies [chapter]

Smeeta Mishra
2021 Digital Cultures  
The book explores contemporary selfie-taking practices; digital experiences of love, romance and infidelity; sexting rituals; self-tracking habits; strategies used by the Internet famous; and the power  ...  and a determination to challenge assumptions and hasty generalizations.  ...  healthcare challenges.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781003155225-2 fatcat:6ji5q3iysbbtjk6ob7azh5wysy

The selfie and the transformation of the public–private distinction

Michael James Walsh, Stephanie Alice Baker
2016 Information, Communication & Society  
We conclude by reflecting on the role of the selfie and its impact on the boundaries between public and private domains in contemporary social life.  ...  The selfie is created for the purpose of reproduction and to communicate images visually with others from a distance.  ...  Conclusion: the selfie and the transformation of public and private life The selfie challenges the traditional demarcation between 'public' and 'private' social life.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1369118x.2016.1220969 fatcat:xyy63ri5wncl3fk26tbpvib6pu

Im(matter)ial Bodies: A Material and Affective Rethinking of Selfies for Digital Literacy Resources

Katie Warfield
2018 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
This paper suggests that by rethinking selfies as both discursive and important material and affective entanglements—a frequent proposal in recent scholarship on this phenomenon—and by redesigning learning  ...  This paper conducts a critical discourse analysis of a recent Canadian adolescent digital literacy resource to show that selfies are treated primarily as discursive objects.  ...  Affect and the emotional impact of online activities is an increasingly popular angle for studying the sharing of images of bodies online.  ... 
doi:10.20360/langandlit29410 fatcat:5jrlbuxb4vcfndrlfvzguamksm

Torsos, Selfies, and Blanks: Grindr as a Research Tool and a Field Site

Ricardo J. Millhouse
2019 Queer Cats Journal of LGBTQ Studies  
How can Grindr be used to understand paradoxes in the practice or discourse around 'safe space'? 8. How does race/class affect sex, intimacy, and emotional work in 'safe spaces'?  ...  What can be said about queer gender categories, and how does this categorization impact queer life? 6.  ... 
doi:10.5070/q531045948 fatcat:iwxoy6jdpranfmbhcek6e6f2km

Selfie consents, remote rapport, and Zoom debriefings: collecting qualitative data amid a pandemic in four resource-constrained settings

Mark Donald C Reñosa, Chanda Mwamba, Ankita Meghani, Nora S West, Shreya Hariyani, William Ddaaki, Anjali Sharma, Laura K Beres, Shannon McMahon
2021 BMJ Global Health  
We use four case studies from the Philippines, Zambia, India and Uganda to assess the challenges and opportunities of remote data collection during COVID-19.  ...  Key challenges and strategies to overcome them included the need for adapted researcher training in the use of technologies and consent procedures, preparation for abbreviated interviews due to connectivity  ...  a 'selfie' with the signed form.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2020-004193 pmid:33419929 pmcid:PMC7798410 fatcat:hw4hsilmhfhehpkihib22rvjji

Adolescent selfie: an Italian Society of Paediatrics survey of the lifestyle of teenagers

Martina Smorti, Annarita Milone, José Gonzalez Gonzalez, Giovanni Vitali Rosati
2019 Italian Journal of Pediatrics  
b) the risk and protective factors in family and social contexts.  ...  context and social context.  ...  Availability of data and materials The datasets used and/or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13052-019-0653-7 pmid:31101128 pmcid:PMC6525408 fatcat:yusm5gk3ujbc7di3mvyvp7mjkm

10th Malaysia-Indonesia-Brunei Medical Sciences Conference 2017

Zaleha Md Isa
2017 Medicine & Health  
The Malaysia-Indonesia-Brunei Medical Science Conference can be a platform in bringing together groups of SEA researchers and health leaders.  ...  There are many healthcare challenges in the region. One of the major regional healthcare issue that also challenges global healthcare is emergence and re-emergence of communicable diseases.  ...  Currently, two types of medical practices may exist around the world, i.e. civilized medical practice and uncivilized medical practice.  ... 
doi:10.17576/mh.2017.s1201 fatcat:63fhygpbi5dhtazatghoe6kfnu

Finding your "selfie"

Jessica Verdicchio
2015
This narrative case study explores Caroline's journey through high school and illuminates how the culture of affluence and media both challenge her quest for identity.  ...  at large, to proactively respond to the emotional needs of adolescents in the school setting.  ...  emotions! have! always!impeded!her!ability!to!truly!excel.!Despite! this! challenge,! Caroline's! parents! pushed! her! to! take! advanced! honors! and! AP! classes,! so! that! she! could! gain!  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3x0691x fatcat:hx6nwnketzgadm2ecgt3j4yb44

Towards Homo Digitalis: Important Research Issues for Psychology and the Neurosciences at the Dawn of the Internet of Things and the Digital Society

Christian Montag, Sarah Diefenbach
2018 Sustainability  
The described challenges start from fundamental shifts in self-reflection/-presentation, the fragmentation of everyday life, the impact of digital worlds on the human brain and emotional needs, to impacts  ...  In this context, we also face the challenge to design digital worlds according to our mammalian-emotional heritage deeply anchored in subcortical areas of the human brain.  ...  In summary, the findings by Diefenbach and Christoforakos outline selfies as a complex and somewhat ambiguous practice [34] : In their survey on the perceived consequences of selfies, a considerable ratio  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10020415 fatcat:no34xend4fafbe3jweybpbwbqa

Avoiding the Unhappy Patient by Building Rapport in the Internet Age

Oren Friedman, Eugene Kern
2019 Facial Plastic Surgery  
Rapport is critical to patient and surgeon's satisfaction; therefore, it is valuable to practice the ABC's of rapport building: 1) active listening, (2) positive body language, and (3) candor.  ...  AbstractThe dynamics of the doctor–patient relationship has been complicated as more patients seem to expect perfection in this age of selfies and Internet postings.  ...  As a suggestion, the following words were useful in over 40 years of practice: "Surgery is both a physical and an emotional trauma, and I'm concerned about your ability to manage the emotional trauma.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1683858 fatcat:nmv2bm3tjnaenk7zgngznaypye

Smartphones, social media use and youth mental health

Elia Abi-Jaoude, Karline Treurnicht Naylor, Antonio Pignatiello
2020 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Evidence from a variety of cross-sectional, longitudinal and empirical studies implicate smartphone and social media use in the increase in mental distress, self-injurious behaviour and suicidality among  ...  engage in heavy smartphone use and media multitasking, with resultant chronic sleep deprivation, and negative effects on cognitive control, academic performance and socioemotional functioning.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors acknowledge the valuable contributions of the anonymous reviewers and journal editors.  ... 
doi:10.1503/cmaj.190434 pmid:32041697 pmcid:PMC7012622 fatcat:6zk2mpskavgfnijk5xghbdyegm

Hyperventilation-Induced Non-epileptic Seizures in an Adolescent Boy with Pediatric Medical Traumatic Stress

Parul Chandra, Kasia Kozlowska, Catherine Cruz, Gaston C. Baslet, David L. Perez, M. Elena Garralda
2017 Harvard Review of Psychiatry  
symptoms in the context of pediatric medical traumatic stress and a complex neurosurgical history.  ...  Functionally, M becomes easily frustrated or angry, and gives up in the middle of tasks that he finds challenging. M has a past history of nocturnal enuresis, is farsighted, and wears glasses.  ...  events, greater diagnostic delay, more severe convulsions, and more emotional triggers and traumatic recollections. 30 The emergence of other medically unexplained symptoms in individuals with PNES has  ... 
doi:10.1097/hrp.0000000000000131 pmid:28471819 fatcat:srrcmywyorarvpsnzkom2rfzrm

Can Osler Teach us About 21st-Century Medical Ethics?

Mark W. Millard
2011 Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings  
Michael Emmett, chief of medicine at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas for his decades-long demonstration that Oslerian practice is still alive and well, 100 years later.  ...  Osler's life and teachings, and Dr.  ...  With its myriad protean manifestations and curses affl icting its victims, syphilis challenged its observers for recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08998280.2011.11928721 pmid:21738297 pmcid:PMC3124909 fatcat:rjy57oai4bhh3hbnepycewryfm

Poster Presentation Abstracts, 25th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, June 12–17, 2021

2021 Medical Science Educator  
CONCLUSIONS: Machine learning via cluster analysis resolved conflicting reports of the moderate relationship of medical student PD, emotion regulation, and disposition.  ...  Two clusters (55%) yielded a direct relation between PD, emotion regulation, and stability.  ...  "My today's selfie".  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40670-021-01454-0 pmid:34868729 pmcid:PMC8629599 fatcat:w55cevsdu5hslilpcvxonpyncu
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