Brad Love
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Patient and provider satisfaction with the use of telemedicine: overview and rationale for cautious enthusiasm
P Whitten, B Love
Journal of postgraduate medicine 51 (4), 294-300, 2005
Sharing or Piracy? An Exploration of Downloading Behavior
R LaRose, YJ Lai, R Lange, B Love, YH Wu
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 11 (1), 1-21, 2005
Twitter as a source of vaccination information: Content drivers and what they are saying
B Love, I Himelboim, A Holton, K Stewart
American Journal of Infection Control 41 (6), 2013
# Stupidcancer: exploring a typology of social support and the role of emotional expression in a social media community
JG Myrick, AE Holton, I Himelboim, B Love
Health communication 31 (5), 596-605, 2016
Exploring psychosocial support online: a content analysis of messages in an adolescent and young adult cancer community
B Love, B Crook, CM Thompson, S Zaitchik, J Knapp, L LeFebvre, ...
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (10), 555-559, 2012
Addressing the needs of cancer survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic
L Nekhlyudov, S Duijts, SV Hudson, JM Jones, J Keogh, B Love, ...
Journal of Cancer Survivorship 14, 601-606, 2020
Patterns of unmet needs in adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors: in their own words
AWK Wong, T Chang, K Christopher, SCL Lau, LK Beaupin, B Love, ...
Journal of Cancer Survivorship 11, 751-764, 2017
Patient education on mobile devices: an e-health intervention for low health literate audiences
M Mackert, B Love, P Whitten
Journal of Information Science 35 (1), 82-93, 2009
Understanding how adolescents and young adults with cancer talk about needs in online and face-to-face support groups
CM Thompson, B Crook, B Love, CF Macpherson, R Johnson
Journal of Health Psychology 21 (11), 2636-2646, 2016
Physician-patient e-visit programs: Implementation and appropriateness
P Whitten, L Buis, B Love
Disease Management & Health Outcomes 15, 207-214, 2007
Patterns of social support communicated in response to expressions of uncertainty in an online community of young adults with cancer
EE Donovan, L LeFebvre, S Tardif, LE Brown, B Love
Journal of Applied Communication Research 42 (4), 432-455, 2014
“The uncertainty is what is driving me crazy”: the tripartite model of uncertainty in the adolescent and young adult cancer context
EE Donovan, LE Brown, L LeFebvre, S Tardif, B Love
Health Communication 30 (7), 702-713, 2015
Using social media for peer-to-peer cancer support: interviews with young adults with cancer
AJ Lazard, MKR Collins, A Hedrick, T Varma, B Love, CG Valle, E Brooks, ...
JMIR cancer 7 (3), e28234, 2021
Educational content and health literacy issues in direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals
M Mackert, B Love
Health marketing quarterly 28 (3), 205-218, 2011
Partisan and structural balance in newspaper coverage of US senate races in 2004 with female nominees
F Fico, E Freedman, B Love
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 83 (1), 43-57, 2006
Male and female sources in newspaper coverage of male and female candidates in US senate races in 2004
E Freedman, F Fico, B Love
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 29 (1), 57-76, 2007
The need to be Superman: the psychosocial support challenges of young men affected by cancer
B Love, CM Thompson, J Knapp
Oncology nursing forum 41 (1), 21-27, 2014
Cues for increasing social presence for mobile health app adoption
AJ Lazard, JS Brennen, E Troutman Adams, B Love
Journal of Health Communication 25 (2), 136-149, 2020
Peer‐to‐peer connections: Perceptions of a social support app designed for young adults with cancer
AJ Lazard, AJ Saffer, L Horrell, C Benedict, B Love
Psycho‐Oncology 29 (1), 173-181, 2020
Initiation and changes in use of social media for peer support among young adult cancer patients and survivors
AJ Lazard, MKR Collins, A Hedrick, LN Horrell, T Varma, B Love, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 30 (11), 1859-1865, 2021
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