I am pleased to share my latest collaborative research with scholars from Finland and Italy. The research has been published in the Health and Technology journal and is titled, Characterizing HIV discussions and engagement on Twitter. The study examines social media data to understand HIV related discussions and engagements. The abstract of the study is… Continue reading Latest Research: Characterizing HIV discussions and engagement on Twitter
Latest Research: Public Health Agencies Outreach through Instagram during COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Perspective
I am pleased to share that my collaborative research has been published in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. With my colleagues from Aalto University in Finland (Dr. Aqdas Malik, lead author) and Western University in Canada (Dr. Anabel Quan-Haase), we explored how public health agencies engaged with their audiences through Instagram especially during… Continue reading Latest Research: Public Health Agencies Outreach through Instagram during COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Perspective
Our latest research, Public engagement model to analyze digital diplomacy on Twitter: A social media analytics framework has been published in the International Journal of Communication. Abstract: Social media’s pervasiveness has created new demands for openness, transparency, real-time communication, and public engagement in diplomacy. In this study, we analyze public engagement strategies for diplomacy on… Continue reading Latest Research: Public Engagement Model to Analyze Digital Diplomacy on Twitter
I am pleased to announce the publishing of our latest journal article titled, “The kiss of death – Unearthing conversations surrounding Chagas disease on YouTube”. This study discussed the motivations that attract social media users to YouTube as well as their health belief towards Chagas disease, and how health communication experts can take advantage of… Continue reading Research: YouTube as a tool for health communication
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