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What Influences Patient Participation in an Online Forum for Weight Loss Surgery? A Qualitative Case Study

What Influences Patient Participation in an Online Forum for Weight Loss Surgery? A Qualitative Case Study

Anne described the professional guidance one could obtain as “the advantage of this forum as compared to the other ones.”

Anita Das, Arild Faxvaag

Interact J Med Res 2014;3(1):e4


Development of Trust in an Online Breast Cancer Forum: A Qualitative Study

Development of Trust in an Online Breast Cancer Forum: A Qualitative Study

messages from other users of the forum, gave new members confidence in the forum and helped them to develop trust in the online community.Within minutes I got loads of responses that were really reassuring and I thought, oh great, that’s really helpful...Anne

Melanie Lovatt, Peter A Bath, Julie Ellis

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(5):e175


“How Did We Get Here?”: Topic Drift in Online Health Discussions

“How Did We Get Here?”: Topic Drift in Online Health Discussions

IntroductionTo illustrate the importance of addressing topic drift in online health communities, consider the case of Anne who was curious about a side effect she was experiencing with a newly prescribed medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Albert Park, Andrea L Hartzler, Jina Huh, Gary Hsieh, David W McDonald, Wanda Pratt

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(11):e284


Web-based Discussion Forums on Pregnancy Complaints and Maternal Health Literacy in Norway: A Qualitative Study

Web-based Discussion Forums on Pregnancy Complaints and Maternal Health Literacy in Norway: A Qualitative Study

Anne described how the Internet forum had given her information on where to find help to cope with the situation and how to describe her symptoms to get adequate health care: “I have learnt what to tell to receive the help that I need.”Women also shared information

Eva Haukeland Fredriksen, Janet Harris, Karen Marie Moland

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(5):e113


Social Media Outrage in Response to a School-Based Substance Use Survey: Qualitative Analysis

Social Media Outrage in Response to a School-Based Substance Use Survey: Qualitative Analysis

[Meme used as part of response: A picture of Anne Frank saying, “hiding away up in the attic, are we Anne Frank? Why don’t you just obey the law?”]

Ruth Ann Gassman, Tapati Dutta, Jon Agley, Wasantha Jayawardene, Mikyoung Jun

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(9):e15298