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Comparison of Twitter Use of the American Society of Anesthesiologists and the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.

Twitter has become a powerful tool for dissemination of information. The objective of this study was to evaluate Twitter usage of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA). All tweets from ASA ("@ASALifeline") and AANA ("@aanawebupdates") were collected over a 1-year time period. The content of each tweet was categorized using a rubric. ASA generated more original tweets than AANA. Twitter use was highest in October for ASA and September for AA...


#EUROmicroMOOC: using Twitter to share trends in Microbiology worldwide.

Twitter is one of the most popular social media networks that, in recent years, has been increasingly used by researchers as a platform to share science and discuss ongoing work. Despite its popularity, Twitter is not commonly used as a medium to teach science. Here, we summarize the results of #EUROmicroMOOC: the first worldwide Microbiology Massive Open Online Course taught in English using Twitter. Content analytics indicated that more than 3 million users saw posts with the hashtag #EUROmicroMOOC, which...

Scaling laws in geo-located Twitter data.

Twitter has become an important platform for geo-spatial analyses, providing high-volume spatial data on a wide variety of social processes. Understanding the relationship between population density and Twitter activity is therefore of key importance. This study reports a systematic relationship between population density and Twitter use. Number of tweets, number of users and population per unit area are related by power law functions with exponents greater than one. These relations are consistent with each...


Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the use of Twitter as a tool of antimicrobial stewardship.

Social media networks have transformed the sources of information, including health information. In particular, the microblogging service Twitter has been used as a learning tool in the field of medicine as well as a tool for disease surveillance and outbreak management. As antimicrobial resistance is one of the biggest concerns of public health, we aimed to review how Twitter is being used as a tool for antimicrobial stewardship (AMS).

Twitter Conversations and English News Media Reports on Poliomyelitis in Five Different Countries, January 2014 to April 2015.

Twitter and media coverage on poliomyelitis help maintain global support for its eradication.

Academic tweeting in #ObGyn. Where do we stand?

Objective To describe the scenario of academic tweeting and utilization of Twitter by editorial board members of the leading journal in obstetrics and gynecology. Methods The Twitter presence of an editorial board members of obstetrics and gynecology journal with an impact factor greater than 4 was determined. Details of their Twitter activity, year of graduation from medical school and gender were analyzed. Median SparkScore™, an online influence measure, of journals was compared to the highest impact fa...

"Can't Wait to Blackout Tonight": An Analysis of the Motives to Drink to Blackout Expressed on Twitter.

Alcohol-related blackouts are associated with a range of negative consequences and are common among social drinkers. Discussing alcohol use on social networking platforms (e.g., Twitter) is common and related to higher alcohol consumption levels. Due to the widespread nature of alcohol-related social networking posts and alcohol-related blackouts, we examined the content of alcohol-related blackouts posts/"Tweets" on Twitter, with a focus on intentions to blackout and specific motivations for blacking out.

To tweet or not to tweet, that is the question: A randomized trial of Twitter effects in medical education.

Many medical education journals use Twitter to garner attention for their articles. The purpose of this study was to test the effects of tweeting on article page views and downloads.

Trends in Genomics & Informatics: a statistical review of publications from 2003 to 2018 focusing on the most-studied genes and document clusters.

Genomics & Informatics (NLM title abbreviation: Genomics Inform) is the official journal of the Korea Genome Organization. Herein, we conduct a statistical analysis of the publications of Genomics & Informatics over the 16 years since its inception, with a particular focus on issues relating to article categories, word clouds, and the most-studied genes, drawing on recent reviews of the use of word frequencies in journal articles. Trends in the studies published in Genomics & Informatics are discussed both ...

Characterizing Swisher Little Cigar-Related Posts on Twitter in 2018: Text Analysis.

Little cigars are growing in popularity in the United States, and Swisher is the market leader. The contexts and experiences associated with the use of Swisher-related products is understudied, but such information is available via publicly available posts on Twitter.

Creation and Evaluation of a Food Animal Curriculum Roadmap for Veterinary Students at the University of Minnesota.

Less than 5% of US veterinary school graduates go on to practice predominantly food animal medicine, contributing to a serious shortage of veterinarians practicing in rural areas. Exposing students to clinical and farm experiences while in veterinary school is an effective way to recruit them to various types of veterinary careers. Students at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (UMN CVM) were not always aware of food animal course options within the curriculum. Additionally, food ani...

Zika discourse in the Americas: A multilingual topic analysis of Twitter.

This work examines Twitter discussion surrounding the 2015 outbreak of Zika, a virus that is most often mild but has been associated with serious birth defects and neurological syndromes. We introduce and analyze a collection of 3.9 million tweets mentioning Zika geolocated to North and South America, where the virus is most prevalent. Using a multilingual topic model, we automatically identify and extract the key topics of discussion across the dataset in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. We examine the va...

Are Aspects of Twitter Use Associated with Reduced Depressive Symptoms? The Moderating Role of In-Person Social Support.

In a two-wave, 4-month longitudinal study of 308 adults, two hypotheses were tested regarding the relation of Twitter-based measures of online social media use and in-person social support with depressive thoughts and symptoms. For four of five measures, Twitter use by in-person social support interactions predicted residualized change in depression-related outcomes over time; these results supported a corollary of the social compensation hypothesis that social media use is associated with greater benefits ...

Improving chromosome synthesis with a semi-quantitative phenotypic assay and refined assembly strategy.

Recent advances in DNA synthesis technology have made it possible to rewrite the entire genome of an organism. The major hurdles in this process are efficiently identifying and fixing the defect-inducing sequences (or "bugs") during rewriting . Here, we describe a high-throughput, semi-quantitative phenotype assay for evaluating the fitness of synthetic yeast and identifying potential bugs. Growth curves were measured under a carefully chosen set of testing conditions. Statistical analysis revealed strains ...

Real-world evidence in Alzheimer's disease: The ROADMAP Data Cube.

The ROADMAP project aimed to provide an integrated overview of European real-world data on Alzheimer's disease (AD) across the disease spectrum.

Towards a second generation of 'social media metrics': Characterizing Twitter communities of attention around science.

'Social media metrics' are bursting into science studies as emerging new measures of impact related to scholarly activities. However, their meaning and scope as scholarly metrics is still far from being grasped. This research seeks to shift focus from the consideration of social media metrics around science as mere indicators confined to the analysis of the use and visibility of publications on social media to their consideration as metrics of interaction and circulation of scientific knowledge across diffe...

Is the Power List a Representative List?

Exploration of Content and Reach of Physical Therapy-Related Discussion on Twitter.

Many individuals access and share health information on social networking sites. Previous studies have analyzed the social media site, Twitter, to discern public opinion related to health phenomena such as antibiotics, concussions, and flu. Physical therapy-related online discussions have not been studied.

Australian Genomics: A Federated Model for Integrating Genomics into Healthcare.

Australian Genomics is a national collaborative research partnership of more than 80 organizations piloting a whole-of-system approach to integrating genomics into healthcare that is based on federation principles. The aim of Australian Genomics is to assess the application of genomic testing in healthcare at the translational interface between research and clinical delivery, with an emphasis on robust evaluation of outcomes. It encompasses two bodies of work: a research program prospectively providing geno...

Mining Twitter to assess the determinants of health behavior toward human papillomavirus vaccination in the United States.

The study sought to test the feasibility of using Twitter data to assess determinants of consumers' health behavior toward human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination informed by the Integrated Behavior Model (IBM).

Public Sense of Water Fluoridation as Reflected on Twitter 2009-2017.

Though controversial, water fluoridation has been hailed as one of the top-ten public-health achievements of the 20th century in the United States of America. In this article, we aim to investigate the public sense of water fluoridation as reflected on Twitter, using data from 2009 to 2017. To this end, tweets related to water fluoridation were collected using queries such as "fluoridated water or fluoride water," "water fluoridation or fluoridation of water," and hashtags related to water fluoridation. The...

Plasmodium comparative genomics.

Parental empowerment in paediatric rehabilitation: exploring the role of a digital tool to help parents prepare for consultation with a physician.

To explore experiences of parents of children with disabilities using the WWW-roadmap, a tool to support them in exploring needs, finding information and asking questions of professionals and to explore differences between parents who had used the WWW-roadmap to prepare for consultation with their rehabilitation physician and parents who had not.

How scientists and physicians use Twitter during a medical congress.

During medical congresses Twitter allows discussions to disseminate beyond the congress hall and reach a wider audience. Insights into the dynamics of social media interactions during congresses, dissemination of scientific information and the determinants of a successful tweet may allow us to better understand social media's role in science communication.

Twitter Activity Is Associated with a Higher Research Citation Index for Academic Thoracic Surgeons.

Academic surgeons are encouraged to promote their work on social media. We hypothesized that thoracic surgeons who are active on Twitter have a higher research citation index (h-index) than their counterparts who are not.


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