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A survey on influence of media in healthcare

2021 Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government  
Media is one of the most novel and helpful creations by humankind. In this day and age it's almost unimaginable for somebody to dodge the media absolutely in their everyday life.  ...  It is demonstrated that the media somewhat improves the way of life.  ...  to people on healthcare (Knowledge) 2.41 6 19 Social media spreads high fear of healthcare issues on people (Fear) 2.18 11 20 People blindly believe the Facts that are shared in social media  ... 
doi:10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.113 fatcat:b2iizeeq5jhenjfgm7fdclmxum

Quality of life and trust among young people with narcolepsy and their families, after the Pandemrix® vaccination: protocol for a case-control study

Karin Blomberg, Agneta Anderzén Carlsson, Lars Hagberg, Östen Jonsson, Lena Leissner, Mats H. Eriksson
2017 BMC Pediatrics  
Availability of data and materials Due to the small size of the studied population, where the individual subjects are mostly familiar with each other, data cannot be shared for integrity reasons.  ...  Acknowledgements The initial planning of the project was funded by Örebro University Hospital Research Foundation.  ...  ] .Various voluntary actions have been initiated and described in social media by people affected, or by people close to them.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12887-017-0935-4 pmid:28835221 pmcid:PMC5569459 fatcat:pbnyifk4jndyrcbsf3b2anyp7e

Social Media and Social Support: A Framework for Patient Satisfaction in Healthcare

Md Irfanuzzaman Khan, Zoeb Ur Rahman, M. Abu Saleh, Saeed Uz Zaman Khan
2022 Informatics  
In the healthcare sector, social media has thrived, building on various dynamic platforms supporting the connection between social relationships, health, and wellbeing.  ...  Social media has been a powerful source of social support for health consumers.  ...  Consequently, this study contributes to the body of knowledge in social media-based healthcare by offering a fresh take on the key dimensions of online social support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics9010022 fatcat:vvsrqy4bn5d4dns3i6zdbykffi

ATHENA: A Personalized Platform to Promote an Active Lifestyle and Wellbeing Based on Physical, Mental and Social Health Primitives

Muhammad Fahim, Muhammad Idris, Rahman Ali, Christopher Nugent, Byeong Kang, Eui-Nam Huh, Sungyoung Lee
2014 Sensors  
Technology provides ample opportunities for the acquisition and processing of physical, mental and social health primitives.  ...  and real-time recommendations for wellbeing services.  ...  Author Contributions Muhammad Fahim is leading ATHENA project under the supervision of Sungyoung Lee. Christopher Nugent and Byeong Kang contribute to design and finalize the platform.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s140509313 pmid:24859031 pmcid:PMC4063081 fatcat:7raz3e6lvzg3nll4rdvk774iby

A Realistic Digital Study on Healthcare Practices in Urban Regions

M. Mallika Rao, A. Udaya Shankar, M. Bhaskara Rao, B. Kishore Babu
2021 Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International  
Abusing the possible of digital technologies to improve the excellence and security of health care has piqued people's curiosity.  ...  The benefits and drawbacks of knowledge allowed health-care marketing is too discussed.  ...  Enabling patients to take part in and deal with their own wellbeing holds a ton of guarantee for improving treatment productivity and adequacy.  ... 
doi:10.9734/jpri/2021/v33i56a33904 fatcat:z3p3lcko3jepfdlvjnkdbwrbq4

An Introduction to the Potential for Mobile eHealth Revolution to Impact on Hard to Reach, Marginalised and Excluded Groups [chapter]

Charles Musselwhite, Shannon Freeman, Hannah R. Marston
2017 Human–Computer Interaction Series  
Western countries especially are seeing a rapidly ageing society due to a combination of people living longer due to better health and social care and lower birth rates.  ...  Amazon), women's health (e.g. monitor menstrual cycle, pregnancy), order and pay for transport (e.g. coach companies, taxi firms), online dating, social media, utilities (e.g. flashlight, calculator),  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-60672-9_1 fatcat:da3zvq6fyncsln445b5t3lmxii

Effect social media on Social Behavior of Youth in California, USA

Cogburn Fischer Heinonen, California University of Pennsylvania
2022 Journal of sociology, psychology & religious studies  
Social media means websites and applications that enable users to develop and share content or participate in social networking.  ...  The study results showed that social media influences the social behavior of youth. Social media platforms enable individuals to have conversations, share information and develop internet content.  ...  Prior to having knowledge on the real elements of social media individual need to recognize what do social media mean.  ... 
doi:10.53819/81018102t5044 fatcat:tm7icyuauzgrpivx4lwu7cx4hi

Wellbeing as a proxy for a mHealth study

Chonlatee Khorakhun, Saleem N. Bhatti
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM)  
a wellbeing device -Fitbit -and an open source online social media platform (OSMP) -Diaspora.  ...  The similarity between these two scenarios in terms of privacy and data sharing is discussed.  ...  to a healthcare model, i.e. with whom and to which extent people are willing to share their private health data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bibm.2014.6999286 dblp:conf/bibm/KhorakhunB14 fatcat:p7fzq5vcfbc4jl2ec5zp4p7foy

Proposing a Metacurriculum for Occupational Therapy Education in 2025 and Beyond

Quinn P Tyminski, Amy Nguyen, Steven D. Taff
2019 Journal of Occupational Therapy Education  
evidence and translational science, diversity and inclusion, psychosocial concerns, aging, wellbeing and preventative care, contemporary issues and informatics.  ...  evidence and translational science, diversity and inclusion, psychosocial concerns, aging, wellbeing and preventative care, contemporary issues and informatics.  ...  (Greiner & Knebel, 2003, p "Economic, social, political and cultural impact and potential of an ageing society, as well as, aspirations Government-based services of ageing people" (Berding, 2008, p.  ... 
doi:10.26681/jote.2019.030404 fatcat:ybmkwyf22fdrbi7qwv2fgt46am

Social media use in healthcare: A systematic review of effects on patients and on their relationship with healthcare professionals

Edin Smailhodzic, Wyanda Hooijsma, Albert Boonstra, David J. Langley
2016 BMC Health Services Research  
Conclusions: Our review provides insights into the emerging utilization of social media in healthcare.  ...  diminished subjective well-being, addiction to social media, loss of privacy, and being targeted for promotion.  ...  Availability of data and materials Materials and data used in this literature review may be obtained from the first author.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-016-1691-0 pmid:27562728 pmcid:PMC5000484 fatcat:s5wf5ebumvcynnyfsqxxfs7rri

Determinants of Youth Engagement with Health Information on Social Media Platforms in United Arab Emirates

Niyi Awofeso, Yunes Gaber, Moyosola Bamidele
2019 Health (Irvine, Calif.)  
This purposive sampling study of 120 participants aged 18 -35 year in UAE was conducted between September and December 2017, and explored commonly used social media platforms, frequency of use of social  ...  Majority of respondents (41%) rely on reliability of Google search results, 22% check for health information only from "reliable" social media sites, while 8% utilize "logic" to ascertain reliability of  ...  In the health industry, social media offer a new way to engage with consumers, with many health agencies and individual healthcare practitioners using a variety of social media tools to share information  ... 
doi:10.4236/health.2019.112022 fatcat:nnrsvs3xifdhdnfjmod4lrwppe

Artificial Intelligence for Participatory Health: Applications, Impact, and Future Implications

Kerstin Denecke, Elia Gabarron, Rebecca Grainger, Stathis Th. Konstantinidis, Annie Lau, Octavio Rivera-Romero, Talya Miron-Shatz, Mark Merolli
2019 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
The most common application of AI in participatory health was the secondary analysis of social media data: self-reported data including patient experiences with healthcare facilities, reports of adverse  ...  Objective: Artificial intelligence (AI) provides people and professionals working in the field of participatory health informatics an opportunity to derive robust insights from a variety of online sources  ...  Another study built a corpus called COPE to use social media to understand patient experiences at health care facilities in order to improve the quality of healthcare [14, 27] .  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1677902 pmid:31022749 pmcid:PMC6697496 fatcat:l7sdf3cfwfc73es2xiwwamzjrm

6G Technology Healthcare Management

Rakhi Seth et al., Rakhi Seth et al.,, TJPRC
2020 International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development  
The developed and the maturing of populace overall make the present social insurance frameworks impractical later on.  ...  Remote wellbeing must be executed to leave all residents alone followed and oversaw in the wellbeing procedure of their life by seeking after a financially practical route for the network. 6G is imagined  ...  The utilization of bidirectional intuitive innovation and media communications additionally improves coordinated effort (continuous and huge correspondence) among all social insurance experts engaged with  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijmperdjun2020759 fatcat:l36cnymwb5e6hd3yfud7henrri

The Role of Social Media in the Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Bora Erdem
2021 European Journal of Social Sciences  
Consequently, during times of distress, it is important to be pioneers in social media dialogues to give factual and helpful information and knowledge to those seeking answers.  ...  In the aftermath of natural disasters and other catastrophes, social media usage has been reported to boost.  ...  Governments and experts may also utilize social media encounters to avoid the spread of COVID-19 sickness and other such disasters in the future.  ... 
doi:10.26417/559ysz86o fatcat:mqolc6hxcbfpfooj6mbsgejgna

COVID19, mental wellbeing and work engagement

Syed Mudasser Abbas, Professor Liu Zhiqiang
2020 International Journal of Research In Business and Social Science  
The study presents a novel approach contributing to the knowledge gap of COVID-19 impact on wellbeing and work engagement of healthy but senescent employees.  ...  This study, in line with the previous literature, indicate that challenges explored related to COVID-19 can significantly influence the mental wellbeing of aging employees.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge the support from the key program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 71832004)  ... 
doi:10.20525/ijrbs.v9i4.760 fatcat:efmq3wbw6bgyfmyseeg7c5e52a
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