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Medical studies from as early as the 1960s have documented psilocybin’s potentially negative effects — typically “bad trips” (ie, experiences of fear or dysphoria).
However, an increasing amount of research has explored its use to treat drug dependence, anxiety or mood disorders. In some cases, psychedelic drugs such as psilocybin have been deemed less harmful than alcohol or tobacco.
An analysis of social media posts by CREATION.co revealed health care professionals in various specialties engaging in the online conversation about psilocybin, particularly with regard to studies
The challenge is compounded by evidence suggesting that fake news stories relating to the climate have been increasing for a sustained period, and that the reach when each outbreak of fake news does occur is also growing.
This is supported by the study’s research into planetary health conversation online and internet users. The study shows the growth in the number of internet users globally and the number of authors and posts in online planetary health conversations. Despite seeing a reduction in the level of online conversation surrounding planetary health over the course of the pandemic, more recent figures point to a recovery and a return to the pre-pandemic trajectory.
Fears surrounding the growing ‘infodemic’ have prompted experts, such as Daniel Ghinn, Founder and CEO of Creation Healthcare whose team led on the research with GSK, to urge the healthcare industry to seize the opportunity to play a greater role in combating the spread of online misinformation
Research produced by digital insights company Creation Healthcare also found that Debs was able to engage millions of people through her toughest moments.
Spokeswoman Mary Kangley said: “The enormous impact that Dame Deborah James has had, is clear. Ever since she was first diagnosed, her advocacy and awareness mission hasn’t just touched those suffering from cancer and their loved ones.
“It’s also resonated with the countless doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals treating cancer day in and day out.”
Calling the research “beyond impressive” and “absolutely remarkable,” HCPs took to Twitter to heap praise on study results presented at the ASCO Annual Meeting describing treatment with dostarlimab in a subset of rectal cancer patients.
The potential for ctDNA-guided management to reduce adjuvant chemotherapy by half without compromising recurrence-free survival sparked interest on social media after a presentation at the ASCO Annual Meeting.
Fresh off a presentation by Jeanne Tie, MD, MBChB, FRACP, on the DYNAMIC trial, Healio and Creation Healthcare, a digital insights company, analyzed health care provider sentiments on the results.
“Research has shown the inescapable influence of social media and the need for a coordinated governmental response to combat fake health news.It’s also shown that doctors and other medical professionals are pioneers and well ahead of governments and health bodies in the fight against medical misinformation, including around COVID-19.”
Commenting on the research, CREATION.co insights data analyst Mark Sullivan said: “Our latest research offers a variety of insights surrounding World Asthma Day 2022. It demonstrates how healthcare professionals and patients themselves are becoming increasingly aware of the environmental implications of different treatment methods and, where possible, ways to mitigate any detrimental effects.”
Commenting on the findings, lead author of the report and Associate Director of Insight at CREATION.co, Jamie Doggett, said:
“The findings of this study are positive and significant. They indicate a high level of social media engagement in the pancreatic cancer conversation on Twitter among clinicians, patients, and the public. Healthcare professionals and advocacy groups can leverage this social media engagement to raise awareness and gain valuable feedback to create an ongoing loop.”
Commenting on the findings, Francesca Gan, Research Associate at Creation Healthcare who led the research, commented:
“Our research makes clear that HCPs within the sickle cell therapy area are widely concerned with the issue of health inequity being faced by those of African or Caribbean descent across the world…With emerging therapies and louder HCP voices speaking out, there is hope that inequity within SCD will cease, and black minorities will receive the treatment deserved in this prevalent therapy area. Creation Healthcare has and will continue to monitor these conversations for the latest in what HCPs think about health equity.”
“The government’s decision to initially recommend a 1% pay award for nurses was the most discussed NHS policy issue among health professionals on social media over a year-long period, it has been revealed.”
“Daniel Ghinn of CREATION.co discusses the growing role social media analysis is playing in helping to provide pharmaceutical companies and health regulators with real-world evidence on drug safety.”
“Using CREATION Pinpoint®, the world’s only AI-powered and human verified global database of more than 3 million healthcare professionals’ social media profiles, Daniel Ghinn, Founder & CEO of CREATION.co reveals how social media and big data analysis is revolutionising our understanding of modern medicine.”
“New research has identified the most active social media users who participate in the UK’s online diabetes debate.
From healthcare professionals to people with the condition, new analysis has disclosed the top ten individuals who have published the most diabetes related posts.”
“A new study reveals the 2020 FE and Secondary exam results season combined with the start of the new academic year triggered a flashpoint of concern among doctors and other healthcare professionals (HCPs) regarding mental health among young people and the prescription of antidepressants during the pandemic.”
“The rise in rates of depression and the devastating toll Coronavirus and lockdown had on the nation’s mental health is well documented. The ONS estimates rates doubled from 2019 to 2020. But, for the first time, a new study by specialist digital healthcare insights and consulting firm, CREATION.co, offers us greater understanding of the drivers behind the rise in rates of mental illness.”
“A new study reveals key flashpoints of concern among doctors and other healthcare professionals (HCPs) regarding public mental health and the prescription of antidepressants during the pandemic.”
“…until Creation Pinpoint, it was impossible to isolate the views of healthcare professionals, whose conversations make up less than 5% of health-related conversations in public social media, from the noise of the public voice…
…within the first six months after its launch, 20 pharmaceutical brands had signed on to use Creation Pinpoint, and by the end of 2014, 60% of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies were using the service”.
“Creation Healthcare filters social media content and zones in on what HCPs are saying about a specific therapeutic area. Ghinn tells Scrip that Creation Healthcare is currently is working with six of the top ten pharma companies and 20 of the top 50.”
“The idea of a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) can be used both online and in social media, but the problem is that companies don’t always know who their Digital Opinion Leader (DOL) is. DOLs are the people talking online about the pharma company but sometimes there is no direct relationship between the company and the DOL. Creation’s technology helps companies to establish who their DOLs are.”
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” The research was pioneered by UK-based specialist digital insights consultancy, Creation Healthcare, working in collaboration with advocacy group Let’s Win! Pancreatic Cancer and leading medical professionals. The findings form part of a collaborative study published in March 2022 in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, a specialist digital health and open science journal.”
“New analysis of healthcare professionals’ social media posts during this year’s European Association for the Study of Diabetes congress has unveiled the key takeaways relating both to diabetes discussion and the event itself.”
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