Founded in 1999, the Journal of Medical Internet Research is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal focusing on emerging technologies, medical devices, apps, engineering, telehealth and informatics applications for patient education, prevention, population health and clinical care. The Journal of Medical Internet Research regularly features articles on how health/medical researchers are using social media to understand health behavior.
The social media landscape changes daily, so the issues surrounding social media as a research tool are constantly evolving. So it is always a good idea to keep up with how health sciences researchers are using social media. Here are some recommended keywords and phrases to use when doing a literature search in our online databases.
social media AND content analysis AND name of disease or condition
'social media analysis' AND 'name of disease or condition'
APA PsycInfo Keywords
social media analytics
social media AND data mining