2022: Two-year Impact Factor: 4.4
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CiteScore (2022): 5.3
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Health Promot Perspect. 2022;12(4): 372-380. doi: 10.34172/hpp.2022.49
PMID: 36852198        PMCID: PMC9958238

Original Article

Unravelling the truth: Examining the evidence for health-related claims made by naturopathic influencers on social media – a retrospective analysis

Van Nguyen 1 ORCID, Luke Testa 1 * ORCID, Andrea L Smith 2, Louise A. Ellis 1, Adam G. Dunn 3, Jeffrey Braithwaite 1, Mitchell Sarkies 1

Cited by CrossRef: 1

1- Stimpson J, Ortega A. Social media users’ perceptions about health mis- and disinformation on social media. 2023;1(4) [Crossref]
2- Stimpson J, Park S, Pruitt S, Ortega A. Variation in Trust in Cancer Information Sources by Perceptions of Social Media Health Mis- and Disinformation and by Race and Ethnicity Among Adults in the United States: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Cancer. 2024;10:e54162 [Crossref]
3- Amon K, Brunner M, Campbell A. The Reel Health Care Professionals of Instagram: A Systematic Review. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 2024;27(3):172 [Crossref]

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2-year Impact Factor: 4.4


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