GCU HLT-362V-RS2-Article Analysis Solved

GCU HLT-362V-RS2-Article Analysis Solved
Article Analysis 1

Article Citation and Permalink (APA format) Article 1 

Burke-Garcia, A., Kreps, G. L., & Wright, K. B. (2018). Perceptions about disseminating health information among Mommy Bloggers: quantitative study. JMIR research protocols7(4), e116.

Retrieved from https://www.researchprotocols.org/2018/4/e116/?utm_source=TrendMD&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=JMIR_TrendMD_0

Article 2

Hazzam, J., & Lahrech, A. (2018). Health care professionals’ social media behavior and the underlying factors of social media adoption and use: Quantitative study. Journal of medical Internet research20(11), e12035.

Retrieved from https://www.jmir.org/2018/11/e12035/

Article 3

Chen, X., Liu, Z., Wei, L., Yan, J., Hao, T., & Ding, R. (2018). A comparative quantitative study of utilizing artificial intelligence on electronic health records in the USA and China during 2008–2017. BMC medical informatics and decision making18(5), 117.

Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s12911-018-0692-9

Point Description Description Description
Broad Topic Area/Title Perceptions About Disseminating Health Information Among Mommy Bloggers: Quantitative Study Health Care Professionals’ Social Media Behavior and the Underlying Factors of Social Media Adoption and Use: Quantitative Study A comparative quantitative study of utilizing artificial intelligence on electronic health records in the USA and China during 2008–2017
Identify Independent and Dependent Variables and Type of Data for the Variables  Likelihood to share information; Topics of Conversations; and Motivations for sharing. Exchange of medical information with peers, interpersonal communication, and productivity enhancement Artificial intelligence

Electronic health records

Authorship pattern and collaboration

Geographical distribution of publications

Prolific authors and affiliations

Prolific publication sources

Growth of publications

Population of Interest for the Study Members of the online mommy blogger network, The Motherhood Physicians, pharmacists, and allied HCPs working in the United Arab Emirates The USA and China
Sample Mommy bloggers Physicians, pharmacists, and allied employees US and Chinese research publications
Sampling Method  Purposive sampling Randomized purposive sampling Gibbs sampling
Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode; Standard Deviation)

Identify examples of descriptive statistics in the article.

Average age: 38 years

Gender: females = 99%, males = 1%


Modal age bracket: 25 to 45 years (71.4%)

Modal social media platform: whatsapp (65.5%)

71 of 203 respondents (34.9%) used these platforms to improve their overall productivity

Variance in the frequency of use: 45%

Variance in the social media intention of use: 17%

The average publications during the study period are 103.1 and 17.3 articles per year.

The highest productivity is observed in 2017 with a total of 205 (19.88%) articles for the USA and 44 (25.43%) articles for China

On average, 5.83 authors, 2.63 affiliations and 1.18 countries participate in each publication from the USA

In China, on average each publication has 5.79 authors, 2.84 affiliations and 1.39 countries

Inferential Statistics

Identify examples of inferential statistics in the article.

A significant interaction was found between having a history of health issues and likeliness to write about health issues (P<.001)

Having a family history of health issues was found to be positively associated with likeliness to write about health issues on a blog (P<.001)

The structural model equation showed that behavioral intention (beta=.47; P<.001), habit (beta=.26; P=.001), attitude (beta=.20; P=.002), and perceived usefulness (beta=.12; P=.09) were positively and significantly related to frequency of use The average degrees of affiliation and country for China’s publications are higher than that for the USA’s publications, while the average degrees of author is on the contrary