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|Title:||Social media in public health: an analysis of national health authorities and leading causes of death in Spanish-speaking Latin American and Caribbean countries.|
|Citation:||BMC Med Inform Decis Mak.2017 Feb;(17)1:16|
|Abstract:||Information and communications technologies, like social media, have the potential to reduce some barriers in disease prevention and control in the Americas. National health authorities can use these technologies to provide access to reliable and quality health information. A study was conducted to analyze availability of information about the leading causes of death on social media channels of national health authorities in 18 Spanish-speaking Latin American and Caribbean countries.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hospitales > H. U. de Getafe > Artículos|
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