Communication strategies and media discourses in the age of COVID-19: an urgent need for action

A healthcare social media research article published in Health Promotion International, December 8, 2020

Title
Communication strategies and media discourses in the age of COVID-19: an urgent need for action
Authors (alpha)
Alain Poirier, Emily Chan, Gabriel Blouin-Genest, Gleisse Ribeiro-Alves, Horacio Arruda, Kevin Hung, Marc D David, Marie-u00c8ve Carignan, Mathieu Roy, Mu00e9lissa Gu00e9nu00e9reux, Nathalie Burlone, Olivier Champagne-Poirier, Pascal Michel, Ron Law, Teodoro Herbosa, Tracey Ou2019Sullivan, u00c9ric Champagne, Virginia Murray, Zeeshan Qadar
Published
December 8, 2020
Journal
Health Promotion International
DOI
10.1093/heapro/daaa136
Pubmed
33294917
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A healthcare social media research article published in Health Promotion International, December 8, 2020

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