David Broniatowski
David Broniatowski
Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, The George
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Weaponized health communication: Twitter bots and Russian trolls amplify the vaccine debate
DA Broniatowski, AM Jamison, SH Qi, L AlKulaib, T Chen, A Benton, ...
American journal of public health 108 (10), 1378-1384, 2018
5112018
National and local influenza surveillance through Twitter: an analysis of the 2012-2013 influenza epidemic
DA Broniatowski, MJ Paul, M Dredze
PloS one 8 (12), e83672, 2013
4432013
Twitter improves influenza forecasting
MJ Paul, M Dredze, D Broniatowski
PLoS currents 6, 2014
2622014
Understanding vaccine refusal: why we need social media now
M Dredze, DA Broniatowski, M Smith, KM Hilyard
American journal of preventive medicine 50 (4), 550, 2016
1182016
Zika vaccine misconceptions: A social media analysis
M Dredze, DA Broniatowski, KM Hilyard
Vaccine 34 (30), 3441, 2016
1152016
Decoupling of the minority PhD talent pool and assistant professor hiring in medical school basic science departments in the US
KD Gibbs Jr, J Basson, IM Xierali, DA Broniatowski
Elife 5, e21393, 2016
792016
Effective vaccine communication during the disneyland measles outbreak
DA Broniatowski, KM Hilyard, M Dredze
Vaccine 34 (28), 3225-3228, 2016
572016
Examining patterns of influenza vaccination in social media
X Huang, MC Smith, MJ Paul, D Ryzhkov, SC Quinn, DA Broniatowski, ...
Workshops at the thirty-first AAAI conference on artificial intelligence, 2017
512017
Twitter: big data opportunities
DA Broniatowski, MJ Paul, M Dredze
Inform 49, 255, 2014
512014
Malicious actors on Twitter: A guide for public health researchers
AM Jamison, DA Broniatowski, SC Quinn
American journal of public health 109 (5), 688-692, 2019
502019
Vaccine-related advertising in the Facebook Ad Archive
AM Jamison, DA Broniatowski, M Dredze, Z Wood-Doughty, DA Khan, ...
Vaccine 38 (3), 512-520, 2020
432020
Using social media to perform local influenza surveillance in an inner-city hospital: a retrospective observational study
DA Broniatowski, M Dredze, MJ Paul, A Dugas
JMIR public health and surveillance 1 (1), e5, 2015
432015
Germs are germs, and why not take a risk? Patients’ expectations for prescribing antibiotics in an inner-city emergency department
DA Broniatowski, EY Klein, VF Reyna
Medical Decision Making 35 (1), 60-67, 2015
432015
HealthTweets. org: a platform for public health surveillance using Twitter
M Dredze, R Cheng, MJ Paul, D Broniatowski
AAAI Workshop on the World Wide Web and Public Health Intelligence, 593-596, 2014
432014
Measuring flexibility, descriptive complexity, and rework potential in generic system architectures
DA Broniatowski, J Moses
Systems Engineering 19 (3), 207-221, 2016
412016
A Formal Model of Fuzzy-Trace Theory: Variations on Framing Effects and the Allais Paradox.
DA Broniatowski, VF Reyna
Decision, 2017
382017
Towards real-time measurement of public epidemic awareness: Monitoring influenza awareness through twitter
M Smith, DA Broniatowski, MJ Paul, M Dredze
AAAI spring symposium on observational studies through social media and …, 2016
372016
Categorical risk perception drives variability in antibiotic prescribing in the emergency department: a mixed methods observational study
EY Klein, EM Martinez, L May, M Saheed, V Reyna, DA Broniatowski
Journal of general internal medicine 32 (10), 1083-1089, 2017
362017
A formal model of fuzzy-trace theory: Variations on framing effects and the Allais Paradox. Decision 5 (4): 205–52
DA Broniatowski, VF Reyna
332018
Worldwide Influenza Surveillance through Twitter.
MJ Paul, M Dredze, DA Broniatowski, N Generous
AAAI workshop: WWW and public health intelligence, 2015
322015
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