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The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media

Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi.

Abstract
This paper attempts to shed light on how the health media is addressing the corona- 19 pandemic crisis considering
the circulation of fake news through social media siteson nursing professionals in Saudi hospitals, which has become
a virtual space competing for traditional media through which different false and misleading information circulated
to the public, and considering that the study is interested in diagnosing the role of health media in managing the
Corona crisis, exploring the most prominent forms of media treatments of the Krona Covid-19 pandemic, and then
monitoring the mechanisms and methods of spreading fake news through social media sites, as well as The study
concluded that health media should adhere to the principles of media ethics in its treatment and coverage of the
pandemic.
Mobile Social media is one medium that has become a partner in the daily life of the public, because of the
increasing reliance on it by members of the public in the current era, which has spread with the spread of mobile
phones and the development of their capabilities, and because of the efforts of media institutions and companies to
keep pace with the development and use of the new medium To reach the largest number of members of the public,
as it by the diversity of its forms and services
The research aims to identify the relationship between doctors and nurses seeking information about the
emerging coronavirus pandemic through mobile Social media and their professional compatibility, using the survey
method with a sample of (450) single divided into two halves among doctors and nurses working in governmental
and private hospitals, using the questionnaire tools and the compatibility scale The most important results are: The
study sample of doctors and nurses use mobile Social media permanently (67.5%), the percentage of those who
follow it sometimes (23.5%), the percentage of those who rarely follow it (8.8%), and the existence of a statistically
significant relationship between The level of confidence of Doctors and Nurses in the content presented in the
mobile press and the extent to which they seek information from it about the Corona pandemic

Key words: Covid-19 Crisis, False News, Social Media, Health Media, Nursing


 
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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. J Cardiovasc. Dis. Res.. 2021; 12(5): 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57


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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. http://www.jcdronline.org/?mno=113212 [Access: August 20, 2021]. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57


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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. J Cardiovasc. Dis. Res.. 2021; 12(5): 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. J Cardiovasc. Dis. Res.. (2021), [cited August 20, 2021]; 12(5): 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi (2021) The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. J Cardiovasc. Dis. Res., 12 (5), 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. 2021. The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 12 (5), 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



Chicago Style

Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. "The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 12 (2021), 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi. "The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 12.5 (2021), 422-430. Print. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57



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Faten Hassan Alsheef, Akeelah Abdullah Al Khalaf, Ameerah Ibraheem Al Mredeef, Zahra Ahmed ALRebh, Ishtyak Ahmad Al Habeeb, Amani Mahdi Al-Habib, Mansour Ibrahim Mohammed Kaabi, Hussain Mansour Mobark Abu Alsaud, Ali Ghanem Ali Haqawi, Ibrahim Abdullah Haqawi (2021) The impact of Health Media and Managing The COVID-19 Crisis on Nursing Professionals in Saudi Hospitals Considering TheSpread of False News Through Social Media. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 12 (5), 422-430. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2021.12.05.57





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