Social media and alcohol: Exploring strategies to predict and prevent student drinking
It’s reported that up to 98% of college students use Facebook, and references to alcohol use are common on this and other social media sites. In this issue of WMJ, researchers explore associations between such social media displays and alcohol use by students and consider strategies for using this medium for targeted prevention messages.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
In This Issue
High Tech Health Care
John J. Frey, III, MD, WMJ Medical Editor
Examination of Antibiotic Dosing Practices for Refractory Rhinosinusitis in Relation to Body Weight
Timothy R. Boyle, MD, FACS; Emmalee A. Boyle
Association Between Blood Glucose Level and Outcomes in Patients Hospitalized for Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Yusuf Kasirye, MD; Melissa Simpson, PhD; Chaitanya Kumar Mamillapalli, MD; Narendranath Epperla, MD; Hong Liang, PhD; Steven H. Yale, MD
Associations Between Social Media Displays and Event-Specific Alcohol Consumption by College Students
Megan A. Moreno, MD, MSEd, MPH; Lauren Kacvinsky, BS; Megan Pumper, BA; Leah Wachowski, Jennifer M. Whitehill, PhD
Development of a Pilot Family Medicine Hand-carried Ultrasound Course
Felix Wong, MD; Zeno Franco, PhD; Mary Beth Phelan, MD; Cesar Lam, MD; Alan David, MD
Bronchogenic Cyst in the Intradiaphragmatic Location
Subramanian Subramanian, MD; Tushar Chandra, MD; Jill Whitehouse, MD; Mariko Suchi, MD, PhD; Marjorie Arca, MD; Mohit Maheshwari, MD
Looking Back…to 1963
In Memoriam: J.F.K.
D.N. Goldstein, MD, Editorial Director
Spencer Foreman, Transformation, and Community Engagement
Elizabeth Petty, MD; Robert N. Golden, MD
MetaStar Project Focuses on Improving Emergency Transfers at Rural Hospitals
Jay A. Gold, MD, JD, MPH