Published on in Vol 4, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

Monitoring Web Site Usage of e-Bug: A Hygiene and Antibiotic Awareness Resource for Children

Monitoring Web Site Usage of e-Bug: A Hygiene and Antibiotic Awareness Resource for Children

Monitoring Web Site Usage of e-Bug: A Hygiene and Antibiotic Awareness Resource for Children

Journals

  1. Scalas D, Roana J, Mandras N, Cuccu S, Banche G, Marra E, Collino N, Piersigilli G, Allizond V, Tullio V, Cuffini A. The Microbiological@mind project: a public engagement initiative of Turin University bringing microbiology and health education into primary schools. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents 2017;50(4):588 View
  2. Eley C, Young V, Hoekstra B, McNulty C. An evaluation of educators’ views on the e-Bug resources in England. Journal of Biological Education 2018;52(2):166 View
  3. Gordon E, Shand J, Black A. Google analytics of a pilot mass and social media campaign targeting Hispanics about living kidney donation. Internet Interventions 2016;6:40 View
  4. Young V, Brown C, Hayes C, McNulty C. Review of risk communication and education strategies around food hygiene and safety for children and young people. Trends in Food Science & Technology 2019;84:64 View
  5. Hayes C, Young V, Brown C, Touboul Lundgren P, Gennimata D, Holt J, Weisheit E, Rico A, Garcia C, De Castro P, McNulty C. International promotion of e-Bug, an infection prevention and control educational intervention: survey of partners across 14 countries. JAC-Antimicrobial Resistance 2020;2(1) View
  6. Allison R, Hayes C, Young V, McNulty C. Evaluation of an Educational Health Website on Infections and Antibiotics in England: Mixed Methods, User-Centered Approach. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(4):e14504 View
  7. McNulty C, Collin S, Cooper E, Lecky D, Butler C. Public understanding and use of antibiotics in England: findings from a household survey in 2017. BMJ Open 2019;9(10):e030845 View
  8. Fernandes R, Naik S, Bhat A, Shetty R, Hande M, Ghafur A, Rao M, Kunhikatta V, Pathiraj J. Knowledge Assessment of E-Bug Assisted Antimicrobial Resistance Education Module in Class VII School Students of South Indian Coastal Town of Manipal. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2019;8(1):84 View
  9. Eley C, Young V, Hayes C, Parkinson G, Tucker K, Gobat N, McNulty C. A mixed methods pilot of Beat the Bugs: A community education course on hygiene, self-care and antibiotics. Journal of Infection Prevention 2018;19(6):278 View
  10. Eley C, Young V, Hayes C, Verlander N, McNulty C. Young People’s Knowledge of Antibiotics and Vaccinations and Increasing This Knowledge Through Gaming: Mixed-Methods Study Using e-Bug. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(1):e10915 View