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Fachliteratur Misinformation und Gesundheitskompetenz

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Atehortua, Nelson A, and Stella Patino. "COVID-19, a tale of two pandemics: novel coronavirus and fake news messaging." Health Promotion International, no. daaa140 (January 15, 2020).
Bastani, Peivand, and Mohammad Amin Bahrami. "COVID-19 Related Misinformation on Social Media: A Qualitative Study from Iran." JMIR Preprints, 2020.
Betsch, C. “Die Rolle des Internets bei der Elimination von Infektionskrankheiten. Zum Management von Wahrnehmungen und Fehlwahrnehmungen.” Bundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung, Gesundheitsschutz 56, no. 9 (September 2013): 1279–86.
Bode, Leticia, and Emily K. Vraga. "See Something, Say Something: Correction of Global Health Misinformation on Social Media." Health Communication 33, no. 9 (September 2, 2018): 1131–40.
Brennen, Scott, Felix Simon, Philip N. Howard, and Rasmus Kleis Nielsen. "Types, sources, and claims of COVID-19 misinformation." Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, July 4, 2020.
Cuan-Baltazar, Jose Yunam, Maria José Muñoz-Perez, Carolina Robledo-Vega, Maria Fernanda Pérez-Zepeda, and Elena Soto-Vega. “Misinformation of COVID-19 on the Internet: Infodemiology Study.” JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 6, no. 2 (09 2020): e18444.
Donovan, Joan. “Social-Media Companies Must Flatten the Curve of Misinformation.” Nature, April 14, 2020.
Fischer, Sara. "What experts say works for combating coronavirus misinformation." Axios. Accessed May 14, 2020.
Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, and Dolores Albarracín. "The Relation between Media Consumption and Misinformation at the Outset of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic in the US." Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, no. COVID-19 and Misinformation (April 20, 2020).
Kickbusch, Ilona, Jürgen M. Pelikan, Franklin Apfel, Agis D. Tsouros, and World Health Organization, eds. Health Literacy: The Solid Facts. The Solid Facts. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, 2013.
Kleis Nielsen, Rasmus, Richard Fletcher, Nic Newman, J. Scott Brennen, and Philip N. Howard. "Navigating the 'infodemic': how people in six countries access and rate news and information about coronavirus | Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism." Oxford: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2020.
Kouzy, Ramez, Joseph Abi Jaoude, Afif Kraitem, Molly B. El Alam, Basil Karam, Elio Adib, Jabra Zarka, Cindy Traboulsi, Elie W. Akl, and Khalil Baddour. “Coronavirus Goes Viral: Quantifying the COVID-19 Misinformation Epidemic on Twitter.” Cureus 12, no. 3 (March 13, 2020): e7255.
Larson, Heidi J. "Blocking information on COVID-19 can fuel the spread of misinformation." Nature 580, no. 7803 (March 30, 2020): 306–306.
Merchant, Raina M., and Nicole Lurie. "Social Media and Emergency Preparedness in Response to Novel Coronavirus." JAMA 323, no. 20 (May 26, 2020): 2011–12.
Mian, Areeb, and Shujhat Khan. “Coronavirus: The Spread of Misinformation.” BMC Medicine 18, no. 1 (18 2020): 89.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering. Addressing Health Misinformation with Health Literacy Strategies: Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief, 2020.
Pennycook, Gordon, Jonathon McPhetres, Yunhao Zhang, and David Gertler Rand. "Fighting COVID-19 misinformation on social media: Experimental evidence for a scalable accuracy nudge intervention." Preprint. PsyArXiv, March 17, 2020.
Petrič, Gregor, Sara Atanasova, and Tanja Kamin. “Ill Literates or Illiterates? Investigating the EHealth Literacy of Users of Online Health Communities.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 19, no. 10 (04 2017): e331.
Rosenberg, Hans, Shahbaz Syed, and Salim Rezaie. “The Twitter Pandemic: The Critical Role of Twitter in the Dissemination of Medical Information and Misinformation during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” CJEM, April 6, 2020, 1–4.
Schaefer, Corinna, Eva Maria Bitzer, Orkan Okan, and Günter Ollenschläger. "Dealing with misinformation in media. An overview of current scientific findings and recommendations on dealing with misinformation about COVID‐19. Health Literacy Network Germany DNGK May 2020." Kompetenznetz Public Health COVOD-19, June 12, 2020.
Schmid, Philipp, and Cornelia Betsch. “Effective Strategies for Rebutting Science Denialism in Public Discussions.” Nature Human Behaviour 3, no. 9 (2019): 931–39.
Strech, Daniel. “Arztbewertungsportale aus ethischer Perspektive. Eine orientierende Analyse.” Zeitschrift Fur Evidenz, Fortbildung Und Qualitat Im Gesundheitswesen 104, no. 8–9 (2010): 674–81.
Tandoc, Edson C, Zheng Wei Lim, and Richard Ling. "Defining 'Fake News': A Typology of Scholarly Definitions." Digital Journalism 6, no. 2 (February 7, 2018): 137–53.
Tangcharoensathien, Viroj, Neville Calleja, Tim Nguyen, Tina Purnat, Marcelo D’Agostino, Sebastian Garcia-Saiso, Mark Landry, et al. “Framework for Managing the COVID-19 Infodemic: Methods and Results of an Online, Crowdsourced WHO Technical Consultation.” Journal of Medical Internet Research 22, no. 6 (26 2020): e19659.
Vraga, Emily K., and Leticia Bode. "Using Expert Sources to Correct Health Misinformation in Social Media." Science Communication 39, no. 5 (2017).
Walter, Nathan, and Sheila T Murphy. "How to unring the bell: A meta-analytic approach to correction of misinformation." Communication Monographs 85, no. 3 (2018): 423–41.
Wegwarth, Odette. “Krebsfrüherkennung und Risikokommunikation.” Therapeutische Umschau. Revue Therapeutique 70, no. 4 (April 2013): 245–50.


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