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To tweet or not to tweet: Community-based participatory research approaches to advance wellness and violence prevention via social media

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Air date: Thursday, February 11, 2016, 2:00:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 337, (297 Live, 40 On-demand)
Category: BSSR - Behavioral and Social Sciences
Runtime: 01:01:19
Description: NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Seminar Series

To ask QUESTIONS during the Q&A session:
Twitter: @NIHOBSSR or #BSSRLectureSeries
Email: Isabel.estrada@nih.gov

Many health-related concerns due the interplay of community members’ social media and geographical uses exist. However, rapid deployment of massive amounts of social media data and big data analytic tools for sensing can also become a health intervention aid for local communities. We examine this dynamic interplay through a focus on natural helpers, individuals who others routinely turn to for help and support, and whose efforts can reduce violence risks and promote mental health and wellness in local communities.

During this presentation, we will describe how a community can begin to develop and deploy its own sensing methods for health-related content signals in its social media use through academic-community partnered research.

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NLM Title: To tweet or not to tweet : community-based participatory research approaches to advance wellness and violence prevention via social media / Ann Marie White and Melanie Funchess.
Author: White, Ann Marie.
Funches, Melanie.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): NIH Behavioral and Social Sciences Seminar Series To ask QUESTIONS during the Q&A session: Twitter: @NIHOBSSR or #BSSRLectureSeries Email: Isabel.estrada@nih.gov Many health-related concerns due the interplay of community members" social media and geographical uses exist. However, rapid deployment of massive amounts of social media data and big data analytic tools for sensing can also become a health intervention aid for local communities. We examine this dynamic interplay through a focus on natural helpers, individuals who others routinely turn to for help and support, and whose efforts can reduce violence risks and promote mental health and wellness in local communities. During this presentation, we will describe how a community can begin to develop and deploy its own sensing methods for health-related content signals in its social media use through academic-community partnered research.
Subjects: Community-Based Participatory Research
Health Behavior
Social Media
United States
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: W 85
NLM ID: 101678412
CIT Live ID: 17858
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