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Recent publications

The influence of social media on children's and adolescents' diets, understanding engagement strategies in digital interventions for mental health promotion, mapping digital public health interventions in practice, the role of technology to promote social participation during the COVID-19 pandemic and implementation of evidence-based digital health interventions to support public health. These are selected recent publications from the LSC DiPH.

Sina E, Boakye D, Christianson L, Ahrens W, Hebestreit A. Social media and children's and adolescents' diets - A systematic review of the underlying social and physiological mechanisms. Advances in Nutrition. 2022; (Epub 2022 February 26).

Saleem M, Kühne L, De Santis KK, Christianson L, Brand T, Busse H. Understanding engagement strategies in digital interventions for mental health promotion: Scoping review. JMIR Mental Health. 2021;8(12):e30000.

Maaß L, Pan C-C, Freye M. Mapping digital public health interventions in practice: Protocol for a scoping review of existing digital technologies and internet-based interventions to maintain and improve population health. JMIR Research Protocols. 2022; (Epub 2022 Feb 5).

Hoel, V.; Seibert, K.; Domhoff, D.; Preuss, B.; Heinze, F.; Rothgang, H.; Wolf-Ostermann, K., 2022: Social Health among German Nursing Home Residents with Dementia during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the Role of Technology to Promote Social Participation. International Journal of Environmentl Research and Public Health, 19 (4), doi:10.3390/ijerph19041956

Zeeb H, Wienert J, Jahnel T and Shrestha R (2022) Editorial: Implementation of Evidence-Based Digital Health Interventions to Support Public Health. Front. Public Health 10:913150. doi: