Ahmed, W. (2018) Public Health Implications of #ShoutYourAbortion. Public Health Journal. (Forthcoming).
Ahmed, W., Bath, P.A., Sbaffi, L., & Demartini. G. (2018). Moral Panic through the Lens of Twitter: An Analysis of Infectious Disease Outbreaks. ACM Digital Library. (Forthcoming).
Brooks, D., Hughes,P., Farrington, C., Bath, P.A, McGregor. M, Ahmed,W. & Noble, B. (2018): Implementation of a metastatic malignancy of unknown primary origin service led by a palliative physician, Hospital Practice Journal.
Ahmed, W., & Bath, PA. (2015) The Ebola epidemic on Twitter: challenges for health informatics. The Seventeenth International Symposium for Health Information Management (pp 289-289). York, 24 June 2015 – 26 June 2015.
Ahmed, W. (2018) More room for greater depth and detail: implications for academic research on Twitter’s expanded character limit. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2018/02/09/more-room-for-greater-depth-and-detail-implications-for-academic-research-of-twitters-expanded-character-limit/ 9 Feb 2018 (Accessed 17/03/18).
Ahmed, W. (2017). Review of the book The ethics of memory in a digital age: interrogating the right to be forgotten, by Ghezzi, A., Pereira, Â., & Vesnic-Alujevic, L. (Eds.). Information, Communication & Society. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1362456.
Ahmed, W., & Downing, J. (2017). Campaign leaks and the far-right: Who influenced #Macronleaks on Twitter? http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2017/06/12/who-influenced-macronleaks-on-twitter/. European Politics and Policy Blog June 12 2017. (Accessed 24/06/17).
Ahmed, W. (2017) Using Twitter as a data source: An overview of current social media research tools (Updated for 2017) LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2017/05/08/using-twitter-as-a-data-source-an-overview-of-social-media-research-tools-updated-for-2017 8 May 2017 (Accessed 24/06/2017).
Ahmed, W. (2017) Amplified messages: How hashtag activism and Twitter diplomacy converged at #ThisIsACoup – and won in Politics, Protest, Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. A Book of Blogs (pp.109 – 114). Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Ahmed, W., Lugovic, S. (2016) Using Twitter as a teaching tool can boost engagement and enrich classroom debate and discourse. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog June 23 2016 http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2015/09/28/challenges-of-using-twitter-as-a-data-source-resources/ (Accessed 28/09/2016).
Ahmed, W., Thomson, S. (2016) Twitter and crisis communication: an overview of tools for handling social media in real time. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog June 23 2016 http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2016/09/28/using-twitter-as-a-teaching-tool-can-boost-engagement-and-enrich-classroom-debate-and-discourse/ (Accessed 02/07/2016).
Ahmed, W. (2016) Ethical Challenges of Using Twitter as a Data Source. Multimedia Information Technology. 42.1
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Ahmed, W. (2015) Report on Studies in Social Data event at Twitter London. 1st April, 2015. http://information-studies.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/report-on-studies-in-social-data-event.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter%20. 1st April, 2015 (Accessed 15/01/17)