Welcome to this Current Awareness Bulletin (CAB) on Social Media and Health, it will cover recent publications on the Impact of Social Media on Health and Wellbeing, and the Use of Social Media in Healthcare.
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1. BMA, Social Media Guidance for Doctors, 2017.
1.1. Coombes R. BMA annual meeting: Social media abuse leads to new BMA code of conduct. BMJ. ;357:j3117, 2017
2. Sensis Social Media Report, 2017. Chapter 1 - Australians and social media. 22 June 2017.
3. AMEC's Social Media Measurement Framework. User Guide. 2017. Its not related to health, but in terms of measuring your Social Media, this is quite informative.
Impact of Social Media on Health and Wellbeing
4. Eckler P, Kalyango Y, Paasch E. Facebook use and negative body image among U.S. college women. Women & Health 57(2):249-267, 2017
5. Huang C. Time Spent on Social Network Sites and Psychological Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw. 2017 Jun;20(6):346-354.
6. Shakya HB, Christakis NA. Association of Facebook Use With Compromised Well-Being: A Longitudinal Study. Am J Epidemiol, 185(3):203-211, 2017.
7. Tamura H, Nishida T, Tsuji A, Sakakibara H Association between Excessive Use of Mobile Phone and Insomnia and Depression among Japanese Adolescents. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 14(7). pii: E701, 2017.
8. Lim MSC, Agius PA, Carrotte ER, et al. Young Australians' use of pornography and associations with sexual risk behaviours. Aust N Z J Public Health. 2017.
9. van Oosten JM, Vandenbosch L. Sexy online self-presentation on social network sites and the willingness to engage in sexting: A comparison of gender and age. J Adolesc, 5442-50, 2017.
10. White CM, Cutello CA, Gummerum M, Hanoch Y. A Cross-Cultural Study of Risky Online Self-Presentation. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw. 2017.
Tools & Measures
11. Assuncao RS, Matos PM. The Generalized Problematic Internet Use Scale 2: Validation and test of the model to Facebook use. J Adolesc . 5451-59 2017.
12. Caci B, Cardaci M, Scrima F, Tabacchi ME. The Dimensions of Facebook Addiction as Measured by Facebook Addiction Italian Questionnaire and Their Relationships with Individual Differences. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw 20(4):251-258, 2017
13. Baker T, Pelfrey WV Jr. Bullying Victimization, Social Network Usage, and Delinquent Coping in a Sample of Urban Youth: Examining the Predictions of General Strain Theory. Violence Vict. 1;31(6):1021-1043, 2016.
14. Oberst U, Wegmann E, Stodt B, et al. Negative consequences from heavy social networking in adolescents: The mediating role of fear of missing out. J Adolesc 5551-60, 2017.
Use of Social Media for Health and Wellbeing
15. Abdellaoui R, Schück S, Texier N, Burgun A. Filtering Entities to Optimize Identification of Adverse Drug Reaction From Social Media: How Can the Number of Words Between Entities in the Messages Help? JMIR Public Health Surveill. 3(2):e36, 2017.
16. Evans W, Andrade E, Goldmeer S, et al. The Living the Example Social Media Substance Use Prevention Program: A Pilot Evaluation. JMIR Ment Health. 4(2):e24, 2017.
17. O'Brien S, Duane B. Delivery of information to orthodontic patients using social media. Evid Based Dent. 23;18(2):59-60, 2017.
18. Muessig KE, LeGrand S, Horvath KJ, et al. Recent mobile health interventions to support medication adherence among HIV-positive MSM. Curr Opin HIV AIDS. 20 July 2017
19. Batterham PJ, Calear AL. Preferences for Internet-Based Mental Health Interventions in an Adult Online Sample: Findings From an Online Community Survey. JMIR Ment Health 30;4(2):e26, 2017.
20. D'Alfonso S, Santesteban-Echarri O, Rice S, et al. Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Online Social Therapy for Youth Mental Health. Front Psychol. 2017 Jun 2;8:796.
21. Wongkoblap A, Vadillo MA, Curcin V. Researching Mental Health Disorders in the Era of Social Media: Systematic Review. J Med Internet Res 29;19(6):e228, 2017.
22. Mendoza JA, Baker KS, Moreno MA, et al. A Fitbit and Facebook mHealth intervention for promoting physical activity among adolescent and young adult childhood cancer survivors: A pilot study. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 15 June 2017.
23. Lee EJ, Cho E. When Using Facebook to Avoid Isolation Reduces Perceived Social Support. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw. 26 June 2017.
24. Napolitano MA, Whiteley JA, Mavredes MN, et al. Using social media to deliver weight loss programming to young adults: Design and rationale for the Healthy Body Healthy U (HBHU) trial. Contemp Clin Trial 10;60:1-13, 2017.
25. van Schalkwyk GI, Marin CE, Ortiz M, et al. Social Media Use, Friendship Quality, and the Moderating Role of Anxiety in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. J Autism Dev Disord 14 June 2017.
26. Zhang N, Campo S, Yang J, et al. What Motivates Young Adults to Talk About Physical Activity on Social Network Sites? J Med Internet Res 22;19(6):e226, 2017. (see also mHealth above)
Health and Social Care staff use of Social Media
27. Al-Sahabi A, Sidhoum N, Assaf N, et al. WhatsApp: Improvement tool for surgical team communication. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. pii: S1748-6815(17)30217-6, 2017.
28. Carlquist E, Lee NE, Shalin SC, et al. Dermatopathology and Social Media: A Survey of 131 Medical Professionals From 29 Countries. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 28 Jun 2017.
29. Ferlie E, Nicolini D, Ledger J, D’Andreta D, et al. NHS top managers, knowledge exchange and leadership: the early development of Academic Health Science Networks – a mixed-methods study. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; May 2017.
30. Stockmann T, Wood L, Enache G, et al. Peer-supported Open Dialogue: a thematic analysis of trainee perspectives on the approach and training. J Ment Health 23:1-7, 2017.
31. Sutherland S, Jalali A. Social media as an open-learning resource in medical education: current perspectives. Adv Med Educ Pract 8;8:369-375, 2017.
Research & Research Dissemination
32. McClain CR. Practices and promises of Facebook for science outreach: Becoming a "Nerd of Trust". PLoS Biol 27;15(6):e2002020, 2017.
33. Sinnenberg L, Buttenheim AM, Padrez K, et al. Twitter as a Tool for Health Research: A Systematic Review. Am J Public Health 107(1):e1-e8, 2017.
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