دراسة عن سعي الناس لطلب التشخيص الطبي للأمراض القابلة للإنتقال جنسيا #STD عن طريق وسائل التواصل الإجتماعي .. و تعتبر هذه أرض خصبة لأبحاث البيانات الصحية لأغراض #الصحة_لعامة 👌 https://t.co/blPjGokvJy هنا رابط عن الدراسة من صحيفة CNBC : https://t.co/l41nu
Fidarsi o non fidarsi delle online communities? Il caso delle Malattie sessualmente trasmesse analizzato da un paper di JAMA (Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform) https://t.co/TPt285ebDO
Just one more thing that continues to change based on our new digital-centric lifestyles. Thanks for highlighting, @jbursz! My 2 cents: Digital tools aren't going away... might be time to identify & leverage effective ways to get accurate info into the
Este tipo de abordajes en grupos o redes sociales de manera grupal recibe el nombre de "crowd-diagnosis" y será importante seguir analizándolos para ver sus beneficios o daños. JAMA: https://t.co/wFAPWoznpA Reddit: https://t.co/Tbd0NgfSCs
RT @drcadesky: A: mistrust in medical professionals, poor access to care, lack of primary care provider. Q: Reasons why people may turn to…
A: mistrust in medical professionals, poor access to care, lack of primary care provider. Q: Reasons why people may turn to social media to diagnose their STI https://t.co/JjLZdj8WDk @MedicineMatters @pat_health
Grosse tendance de fond, les requêtes sur internet au sujet de pathologies intimes. https://t.co/HIB5hPdlKX
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform [Reddit] https://t.co/h3fS7rPzQC?
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform | Infectious Diseases | JAMA | JAMA Network https://t.co/csuWMyDspH
Social media website @reddit has an #STD subreddit. This review suggests many people are using it to ask ?s about STD dx's, especially seeking 2nd opinions from the crowd about diagnoses made by a health care professional, via @_anobles @JohnWAyers https:/
Как лечат венерические болезни в интернете: 58% были обращались к коллективному разуму для постановки диагноза, а 31% просто описывали симптоматику. Многие запросы на диагностику сопровождаются иллюстрациями. Уровень отклика был поразительным – 87%. https:
Promising Expert System? Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform https://t.co/RCdWWEBdve
The Use of Reddit to Diagnose Sexually Transmitted Infections | Journal of the American Medical Association (Rated: Objective) https://t.co/cRNMroOZbJ
Think about the utility of this study design for other requests for diagnoses on social media. The amount of informal patient to patient and caregiver to caregiver support on social is ripe for these interventions. #hcsm
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform https://t.co/EMqdqFwGjx
H/t to lead author Alicia Nobles (@_anobles), senior author John Ayers (@JohnWAyers), and other co-authors Eric Leas (@ecleas), Benjamin Althouse (@BMAlthouse), Mark Dredze, and Davey Smith (@RetroVirion) - original article at https://t.co/yOARDE55hY
A new @JAMANetwork post raises an alarming trend of people turning to Reditt for an "crowd diagnosis" for STIs based on symptoms. To be clear, STIs can have no symptoms (esp women), so those who are concerned, should go to a trained clinician--not the web
Go to the doctor! Don’t ask social media🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️
During a time when #STD rates are reaching record highs, crowd-diagnosis, the act of people seeking medical diagnosis through social media, has become increasingly popular. https://t.co/9v0vgzZhID For the study in @JAMA_current: https://t.co/zOyPAm63do
Sources for the two pictures Rock Health Digital Consumer Adoption Report: https://t.co/bG8bGg56Yd JAMA Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform: https://t.co/edNW6phEF1
Turns out, lots of people are posting pictures of their lumps and bumps to Reddit: https://t.co/aUF13pwdRd
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform https://t.co/zQ3ygE8tOA
https://t.co/4m8mBbkefx new JAMA study @_anobles
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform https://t.co/aOVjKLeHxN
Thank you @liv_willis for covering our work. “…requesting peer feedback is a new way people are accessing health information, especially for stigmatised conditions…” Read more at https://t.co/ojDLWB99jb
Congratulations to my frequent collabs @_anobles @JohnWAyers @ecleas et al. on another interesting article in @JAMA_current documenting how people search for #health info on #Reddit! #crowddiagnosis https://t.co/9vwytFsGHS
Original article: https://t.co/L3Vd7sNt73
An interesting emerging concept: crowd diagnosing. Now in the JAMA, crowddiagnosing of STDs through social media https://t.co/V6oRwapM1C
The destigmatization part is good - as long as people are getting treatment, too! As STD cases rise in the US.... People Are Asking Fellow Reddit Users to Diagnose Their STDs https://t.co/bHiLZlWkv2 study: https://t.co/PY0K9dQ9Au
Paging Dr. Reddit. https://t.co/xHtOe4F6X4
This may be the Wild West of diagnosis - study @JAMA_current on crowd diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases on social media https://t.co/19V3mgS7P5 by @_anobles @calonghurst @JohnWAyers etal. My comments @Medscape https://t.co/bBTABJ2FwQ
This is a frightening article: https://t.co/FRu92gfPmB I think the experience with social media and the anti-vaccine community should give us some pause about what could happen when an HIV denialism community gains traction.
"Dear Reddit, is this the funk on my junk?" https://t.co/ezdZrYTmHD
Disturbing factoid: 58% of posts on the #Reddit #STD forum (r/STD) were to ask strangers to help diagnose the poster's possible STD, and 31% of these included an image of the physical signs. https://t.co/WJlaMGyLt1
Requests for Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Diseases on a Social Media Platform https://t.co/t55i4nZoFt
Fascinating study. I would love to see a qualitative follow-up to better understand the reason why? Would these patients have used an online second opinion from an STD specialty clinician or would they not trust any clinician's diagnosis?
I just read this study and BLOODY HELL, I’m trying to pick my jaw up off the floor. But then again, the same thing happens all the time in the PrEP Facts FB group I help moderate. The apple cider vinegar, though? That’s a new one.
Study published today in @JAMA_current finds increasing use of crowdsourcing for STI diagnosis on Reddit, with highly questionable accuracy. "Here's a pic. I'd appreciate a second opinion. If it is warts, I may try apple cider vinegar first." https://t.co/
The public is already participating in their own version of #telemedicine using social media @reddit for crowd-diagnoses. #digitalhealth could leverage to engage with patients on their own terms. Read more in @JAMA. https://t.co/ojDLWARxUB
“Is this ingrown hair or genital warts?” People are crowdsourcing diagnoses for sexually transmitted infections.
People seeking crowd-diagnoses on @reddit offers a unique opportunity to design public health resources for issues the public is already engaged with and seek info about. https://t.co/G97HGKqo43 https://t.co/ojDLWARxUB