Publications related to COVID-19



A Public Health Research Agenda for Managing Infodemics: Methods and Results of the First WHO Infodemiology Conference
N. Calleja et al, JMIR Infodemiology 1, e30979 (2021)
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Emergence of knowledge communities and information centralization during the COVID-19 pandemic
P. Sacco, R. Gallotti, F. Pilati, N. Castaldo, M. De Domenico, Social Science & Medicine 285, 114215 (2021)
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Public health challenges and opportunities after COVID-19
P. Sacco, M. De Domenico, Bulletin of the World Health Organization 99, 529-535 (2021)
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Studying the COVID-19 infodemic at scale
A. Gruzd, M. De Domenico, P. Sacco, S. Briand, Big Data & Society 8, 205395172110211 (2021)
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Part of the Special Issue devoted to infodemic research
   

Multiscale statistical physics of the pan-viral interactome unravels the systemic nature of SARS-CoV-2 infections
A. Ghavasieh, S. Bontorin, O. Artime, N. Verstraete, M. De Domenico, Communications Physics 4, 83 (2021)
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The CLAIRE COVID-19 initiative: approach, experiences and recommendations
G. Bontempi et al, Ethics and Information Technology (2021)
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CovMulNet19, Integrating Proteins, Diseases, Drugs, and Symptoms: A Network Medicine Approach to COVID-19
N. Verstraete, G. Jurman, G. Bertagnolli, A. Ghavasieh, V. Pancaldi, M. De Domenico, Network and Systems Medicine 3, 130 (2020)
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Assessing the risks of "infodemics" in response to COVID-19 epidemics
R. Gallotti, F. Valle, N. Castaldo, P. Sacco, M. De Domenico, Nature Human Behavior 4, 1285-1293 (2020)
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Data on OSF
Covid19 Infodemic Observatory
   

Environmental conditions and human activity nexus. The case of Northern Italy during COVID-19 lockdown
S. Raimondo, B. Benigni, M. De Domenico,  (2020)
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Volume and Patterns of Toxicity in Social Media Conversations during the Covid-19 Pandemic
S. Majó-Vázquez, R. K. Nielsen, J. Verdú, N. Rao, M. De Domenico, O. Papaspiliopoulos, RISJ FactSheet (2020)
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Framework for Managing the COVID-19 Infodemic: Methods and Results of an Online, Crowdsourced WHO Technical Consultation
V. Tangcharoensathien et al, J. Med. Internet Research 22, e19659 (2020)
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