Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and Protocol

Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and Protocol

Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and Protocol

Journals

  1. Rolls K, Hansen M, Jackson D, Elliott D. Why Health Care Professionals Belong to an Intensive Care Virtual Community: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e14068 View
  2. Wang M, Sun B, Le H, Guo W. Does group size influences middle school students’ interaction in online forums?. Journal of Computers in Education 2020;7(1):29 View
  3. Hurtubise K, Pratte G, Rivard L, Berbari J, Héguy L, Camden C. Exploring engagement in a virtual community of practice in pediatric rehabilitation: who are non-users, lurkers, and posters?. Disability and Rehabilitation 2019;41(8):983 View
  4. Salvador P, Alves K, Rodrigues C, Oliveira L. Online data collection strategies used in qualitative research of the health field: a scoping review. Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem 2020;41 View
  5. Thrul J, Belohlavek A, Hambrick D, Kaur M, Ramo D. Conducting online focus groups on Facebook to inform health behavior change interventions: Two case studies and lessons learned. Internet Interventions 2017;9:106 View
  6. Asfaw T, Mekonnen B. Knowledge sharing by clinicians using social media: A case study in Ethiopia. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 2021:1 View