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Using Social Media to Investigate Adolescent and Young Adult Health with Dr. Megan Moreno

Brown Bag

Event Details

Thursday, February 1, 2018
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Social media is used by the vast majority of adolescents and young adults and presents both opportunities and challenges to their health. These digital tools offer new opportunities for researchers, including opportunities for observational studies, understanding associations between online and offline behaviors, the influence of social media and health intervention possibilities. This talk will provide one researcher’s path in exploring these four areas of research using social media over the p