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Web-Based Recruiting for Health Research Using a Social Networking Site: An Exploratory Study

Web-Based Recruiting for Health Research Using a Social Networking Site: An Exploratory Study

A recent survey reported that 93% of 12- to 17-year-olds and 89% of 18- to 24-year-olds in the United States had access to the Internet [6], and the majority of these young people used the Internet daily [7].

Yeshe Fenner, Suzanne M Garland, Elya E Moore, Yasmin Jayasinghe, Ashley Fletcher, Sepehr N Tabrizi, Bharathy Gunasekaran, John D Wark

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(1):e20


Internet-Based Recruitment to a Depression Prevention Intervention: Lessons From the Mood Memos Study

Internet-Based Recruitment to a Depression Prevention Intervention: Lessons From the Mood Memos Study

Such information is critical to trial planning because recruitment success will determine the feasibility of a study, and both traditional and Internet recruitment methods can consume a substantial part of trial budgets.We recently developed an Internet-based

Amy Joanna Morgan, Anthony Francis Jorm, Andrew James Mackinnon

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(2):e31


Lessons From Recruitment to an Internet-Based Survey for Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy: Comparison of Free and Fee-Based Methods

Lessons From Recruitment to an Internet-Based Survey for Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy: Comparison of Free and Fee-Based Methods

Of these Internet strategies, Internet advertising specifically using Google AdWords or Facebook adverts, and/or social media engagement appear most popular and successful [12,20,22-24].

Benjamin Davies, Mark Kotter

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(2):e18


An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion

An AIDS-Denialist Online Community on a Russian Social Networking Service: Patterns of Interactions With Newcomers and Rhetorical Strategies of Persuasion

As a leader of one of the most prominent PLWH communities in Russia (who regularly monitors AIDS-denialist activity on the Internet) put it, “we are losing the battle [with AIDS denialists] on the Internet”.To summarize, the growing presence of the AIDS-denialist

Peter Meylakhs, Yuri Rykov, Olessia Koltsova, Sergey Koltsov

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(11):e261


Using Google AdWords for International Multilingual Recruitment to Health Research Websites

Using Google AdWords for International Multilingual Recruitment to Health Research Websites

With such a large proportion of Internet users relying on Google services, it is possible that using Google AdWords for recruitment might yield samples that are reasonably representative of Internet users [7,8].Though created for advertising products and services

Margaret S Gross, Nancy H Liu, Omar Contreras, Ricardo F Muñoz, Yan Leykin

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(1):e18


Using Online Social Media for Recruitment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Participants: A Cross-Sectional Survey

Using Online Social Media for Recruitment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Participants: A Cross-Sectional Survey

With 198 million monthly active users and 93% of adult Internet users having a Facebook account, the average user spends approximately 1 out of every 8 minutes online or more than 11 hours per month on Facebook [22].

Patrick Yuan, Michael G Bare, Mallory O Johnson, Parya Saberi

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(5):e117


Online Recruitment Methods for Web-Based and Mobile Health Studies: A Review of the Literature

Online Recruitment Methods for Web-Based and Mobile Health Studies: A Review of the Literature

A similar report found that 72% of adults look on the Internet for health information [8].

Taylor S Lane, Julie Armin, Judith S Gordon

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(7):e183


The Use of Facebook in Recruiting Participants for Health Research Purposes: A Systematic Review

The Use of Facebook in Recruiting Participants for Health Research Purposes: A Systematic Review

Recruitment via social media, in particular Facebook, may be faster and cheaper.This paper aims to summarize the available evidence regarding Facebook as a recruitment tool for health research in terms of cost, speed, and its ability to find and represent hard

Christopher Whitaker, Sharon Stevelink, Nicola Fear

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(8):e290


Recruitment via the Internet and Social Networking Sites: The 1989-1995 Cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health

Recruitment via the Internet and Social Networking Sites: The 1989-1995 Cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health

Young adults’ familiarity with digital and mobile technologies, however, provides an opportunity for innovative recruitment and survey modalities including the Internet and social networks.

Gita Devi Mishra, Richard Hockey, Jennifer Powers, Deborah Loxton, Leigh Tooth, Ingrid Rowlands, Julie Byles, Annette Dobson

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(12):e279