Medical records / Data processing
Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering
Description / Table of Contents:
1. A literature Review of Social Media-based Data Mining for Health Outcomes Research -- 2. Social Media-Based Health Interventions: Where Are We Now? -- 3. Quantifying and Visualizing the Research Status of Social Media & Health Research Field -- 4. Social Media in Health Communication -- 5. Consumers' Selection of Sources in Searching for Health Information -- 6. Understanding and Bridging the Language and Terminology Gap between Health Professionals and Consumers using Social Media -- 7. Dissemination of Information on Stigmatized Health Issues on Social Media -- 8. Learning Wellness Profiles of Users on Social Networks: The Case of Diabetes -- 9. Social Media and Psychological Disorder -- 10. Content Analysis of the 2015 #SmearForSmear Campaign Using Deep Learning -- 11. How to Improve Public Health via Mining Social Media Platforms: A Case Study of Human Papillomaviruses (HPV) -- 12. Learning Hormonal Therapy Medication Adherence from an Online Breast Cancer Forum -- 13. Ethics in Health Research using Social Media
This book presents state-of-the-art research methods, results, and applications in social media and health research. It aims to help readers better understand the different aspects of using social web platforms in health research. Throughout the chapters, the benefits, limitations, and best practices of using a variety of social web platforms in health research are discussed with concrete use cases. This is an ideal book for biomedical researchers, clinicians, and health consumers (including patients) who are interested in learning how social web platforms impact health and healthcare research
XIII, 272 p. 31 illus., 19 illus. in color. : online resource.
1st ed. 2019.