54,975Mentions Per Day
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The following themes have been identified by PGP as the most commonly found in conversation. The chart in the Weekly Monitoring Report presents the Top 5 themes in conversation that week. However, for an overview of all major themes that have been found in conversation, refer to the definitions below.
- Awareness or Promotion: Messages mention stigma and discrimination related to mental health or existing anti-stigma movements
- Clinical: Clinical treatment options, such as: references to therapy, the types of professionals who provide mental health services, or medication
- Dangerousness: Mention the perception of dangerousness, including both positive and negative perspectives, such as: references to those with mental health conditions being dangerous; or refuting the idea that those with mental health conditions are dangerous Loved Ones: A loved one’s experience with mental health or substance abuse, including both positive and negative expressions
- Personal Experience: One’s own experience with mental health or substance abuse, including both positive and negative expressions
- Policy: Government policy or legislation related to mental health
- Research Findings: Research studies or new findings on mental health
- Self Harm: Self-harming behaviors, including suicide
- Tips & Advice: Non-clinical or non-medical methods for managing or enhancing mental health and well-being
- Trivializing: Messages mention minimizing or trivializing of mental health conditions, from two perspectives: referencing mental health conditions in a trivializing way, or referencing the need for people to stop trivializing mental health conditions
This list shows the most shared stories by link on social media.
|1||The New York Times|
Influence scoring methodology takes into consideration a combination of Author attributes such as number of followers, number of posts, if the author is verified as well as the likelihood of the author to be a bot.