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Social-Media Intervention in Reducing Indoor Tanning in High-Risk Indoor Tanners

This randomized clinical trial studies how well social-media intervention works in reducing indoor tanning in high-risk indoor tanners. Social-media intervention delivered via Facebook may help to promote healthy behaviors, positive body image, and to understand young women's perception of a social media campaign.

Project Amaze - Social Media Alcohol Intervention

Social media provides frequent interaction with online social networks, increasing exposure to peer influences, which could affect alcohol use in negative or positive ways. The proposed study will recruit adolescents and emerging adults using social media ads, and conduct online screening, enrolling 850 risky drinkers in a randomized controlled trial comparing three conditions: 8-week Social Media Intervention + Incentives, 8-week Social Media Intervention Only, and an e-news a...

Social Media Use in Adolescents Admitted to a Psychiatric Unit

We will investigate the association between social media use and depression in adolescents admitted to a psychiatric unit and continue to follow their progress after discharge in outpatient clinic services. We expect improvement in their depressive symptoms by modifying social media use and adding a mental health app to further encourage the positive effects of social media.

Feasibility of a Social Media-based Weight Loss Program for Low Socioeconomic Status Individuals

The purpose of this study is to see if it is practical to use social media-based and traditional online weight loss intervention components among low socioeconomic status participants using the Facebook social media (SM) and Fitbit self-monitoring platforms. Also, the study will test the effectiveness of recruiting participants via social media and at community events and locations. The results of this study will be used to inform future research studies.

Social Media Indoor Tanning Study

The purpose of this research is to develop a social media delivered intervention to reduce indoor tanning in young women.

Impact of Exposure to Images of the Idealised Physique on Body Satisfaction, Dieting Intentions and Mood in Men.

Every day, people are exposed to huge amounts of media. Research has explored the impact of viewing traditional media and advertising (such as television and magazines) on how a person thinks and feels about their body (body satisfaction). However, less is known about the impact of exposure to social media on body satisfaction. It is important to consider this now, given the rise in social media use. The rise in social media use has made it easier for people to share images of...

InTSHA: Interactive Transition Support for HIV-infected Adolescents Using Social Media

Determine the acceptability and feasibility of a social media intervention among adolescents living with HIV who are transitioning to adult care in South Africa.


Lifestyle Matters: An Occupational Approach Towards Health and Well-being in Later Life

Lifestyle Matters is an occupational approach to healthy ageing, which helps older people to get the most out of life. The intervention is based on an American model of health promotion called Lifestyle Redesign. This was found to be highly effective in enhancing the physical and mental health, occupational functioning and life satisfaction of community living older adults in Los Angeles, USA. Weekly group meetings provide older people with the space, time and opportunity to s...

Remote Delivery of Weight Management by Phone and Social Media

The purpose of this study is to compare two different weight management delivery methods, social media versus a traditional care model.

HPV Message Testing and Social Media Campaign

This project involves a social media campaign to increase parent's knowledge and acceptance of the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine. The current vaccine protects against nine types of HPV, including seven that are known to cause cancer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that the current HPV vaccine could prevent 90% of cancer cases caused by HPV, including cases of cervical cancer, oropharyngeal (mouth and throat) cancer, anal cancer, and others. ...

A Social Media Game to Increase Physical Activity Among Older Adult Women

This study will test the effects of a social media game on the physical activity of older adult women. The game will consist of playful weekly challenges that require sharing photographs on a private social media group and also wearing an activity monitor to track steps. Participants will be randomized to this game group or to receive the activity monitor only.

Social Web Mining for Suicide Prevention

According to a recent and alarming WHO (World Health Organisation) report (September 4, 2014), one person dies of suicide every 40 seconds in the world. Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for 15- to 24-year-olds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , after accidents and homicide. This major public health issue need prevention strategies especially directed to at-risk populations. Since 2013, more than 2 billion users are enrolled in social netw...

Effect of Social Media Support and Financial Incentives on PrEP Adherence

The purpose of this study is to determine if social media support and financial incentives improve adherence to Truvada as PrEP in African American, Latino and Asian MSM aged 18 to 24 living in the Washington, DC area who are at high risk for HIV acquisition.

Social Media Listening in Improving Clinical Trial Recruitment in Patients With Cancer

This pilot clinical trial studies how well social media listening works in improving clinical trial recruitment in patients with cancer. Social media listening and recruitment on Twitter may enhance enrollment for cancer-related clinical trials.

Pounds Off Digitally (POD): The Use of Podcasting and Mobile Media to Promote Weight Loss

Overweight and obesity play a role in both cancer incidence and survival rates. Many people have found attending weight loss support groups to be time-intensive. Past research has shown electronic media, particularly the Web, to be effective in producing weight loss. The Web, however, lacks portability, which prevents people from accessing the information when it is convenient for them. Providing weight loss information via podcasting (audio files that may be listened to on por...

Web basEd soCial Media tecHnology to Improvement in Adherence to Dual anTiplatelet Therapy Following Drug-Eluting Stent Implantation

Few studies have attempt to improve DAPT adherence through social media. The investigators will explore the prevalence of DAPT discontinuation and prove the hypothesis that using social media will improve DAPT adherence among patients requiring DAPT following DES implantation.

Youth Health and Social Media

The purpose of this study is test the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Family Media Use plan among teens and their parents through a randomized intervention and assess impact on outcomes including family media rules and health behavior outcomes.

Social Media Markers of Adolescents' Suicide Hazard

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for teenage youth in Canada, and every year tens of thousands of young people engage in suicidal behaviors. Many young people manifest red-flag behaviors in the digital realm before these incidents occur. The faceless nature of online communication often emboldens youth to reveal details about their mental state: leaving tell-tale signs or "bread crumbs" of their suicidal intentions or behaviors. This research will examine the content ...

HOPE Social Media Intervention for HIV Testing and Studying Social Networks

This study [HOPE: Harnessing Online Peer Education] seeks to determine the efficacy of using online social networks to scale peer community leader models to increase HIV prevention within African-American and Latino men who have sex with men. The peer community leader model, which teaches community popular opinion leaders about how to disseminate behavior changes messages throughout the community, has been proven to increase HIV prevention behaviors. Social networks such as Fac...

Promoting Repeat Blood Donation Through Social Media Among First-time Donors in a Peruvian Blood Bank

Blood donations are an important need worldwide. In Peru, only 10% of donations are voluntary, of which only a quarter are repeat donors. Repeat donations are crucial to maintaining a safe and adequate blood supply. Social media presents a unique opportunity to promote blood donation, because of its increasing use and its prior successes in promoting positive health-related behaviors . The present study aims to develop and evaluate a social media intervention - Facebook and ...

Use of Social Media to Improve Medication Adherence in Adolescents and Young Adults With Systemic Lupus

The goal of this study was to examine the effect of an online educational program with and without a social media experience.The primary goal of this study was to determine whether medication adherence would be improved by having adolescents and young adults with systemic lupus erythematosus participate in an online educational website, with or without a social media experience. The secondary goal was to determine whether secondary outcomes such as quality of life, stress, and ...

Internet and Social Media Use in Dermatology Patients

This study is to assess Internet and social media use in dermatology patients

Mother Matters Online Postpartum Support

Postpartum depression is common, yet only 20% of women seek treatment. Online support groups are a potential means of providing accessible mental health care during this time. Mother Matters is a 10-week online psychotherapy group for women with postpartum depression & anxiety. The investigators aim to conduct a pilot RCT to demonstrate the feasibility of proceeding to a large-scale RCT evaluation of the Mother Matters intervention.

Use of Motivational Interviewing for Promotion of Physical Activity During Pregnancy

We conducted a randomized control trial to assess the differences in the increase in PA among pregnant women who were included in the online social media intervention (Facebook group), the combination of online social media intervention and MI (Facebook and MI group) and control group. The study was conducted from January 2018 to April 2019 at the Clinic for Gynecology and Obstetrics, Clinical Centre of Serbia and Institute of Social Medicine, Medical Faculty, University of Bel...

Education and Social Media Versus Non-Indicated Caesarean Section Rate in Egypt

This study focus on measuring effect of Egyptian Primigravidas' education level and accessibility to social media on rate of maternal request option offered for non-indicated primary caesarean section.

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