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Analysis of the Definition and Utility of Personal Health Records Using Q Methodology

Analysis of the Definition and Utility of Personal Health Records Using Q Methodology

The PHR can include information that is entered by the consumer and/or data from other sources such as pharmacies, labs, and health care providers.

Jeongeun Kim, David W Bates

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e105


Characterization of Patient Interest in Provider-Based Consumer Health Information Technology: Survey Study

Characterization of Patient Interest in Provider-Based Consumer Health Information Technology: Survey Study

Consumer health information technology (CHIT) has been defined in a number of ways [3-5] but has recently been well described by Tao et al as consumer-centered electronic tools, technologies, apps, or systems that are interacted with directly by health consumers

Joseph Featherall, Brittany Lapin, Alexander Chaitoff, Sonia A Havele, Nicolas Thompson, Irene Katzan

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(4):e128


Can Online Consumers Contribute to Drug Knowledge? A Mixed-Methods Comparison of Consumer-Generated and Professionally Controlled Psychotropic Medication Information on the Internet

Can Online Consumers Contribute to Drug Knowledge? A Mixed-Methods Comparison of Consumer-Generated and Professionally Controlled Psychotropic Medication Information on the Internet

consumer-generated health content is unlikely to be returned among top search engine results, search engines and an index of online mental health resources compiled over the last 16 years by www.psychcentral.com were both employed to identify 2 consumer-generated

Shannon Hughes, David Cohen

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(3):e53


Defining Information Quality Into Health Websites: A Conceptual Framework of Health Website Information Quality for Educated Young Adults

Defining Information Quality Into Health Websites: A Conceptual Framework of Health Website Information Quality for Educated Young Adults

Given the magnitude of the amount and use of health information on the Web and its significant impact on consumers’ health care decisions, as well as their overall approach to maintaining health, it is imperative that health websites provide consumer-perceived

Donghua Tao, Cynthia LeRouge, K Jody Smith, Gianluca De Leo

JMIR Hum Factors 2017;4(4):e25


Net Improvement of Correct Answers to Therapy Questions After PubMed Searches: Pre/Post Comparison

Net Improvement of Correct Answers to Therapy Questions After PubMed Searches: Pre/Post Comparison

Although quantification of this information overload in the health care literature is limited [2], it is widely perceived as an obstacle for physicians practicing evidence-based medicine and searching for answers to their clinical questions [3].The 6S pyramid

Kathleen Ann McKibbon, Cynthia Lokker, Arun Keepanasseril, Nancy L Wilczynski, R Brian Haynes

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(11):e243


Sources of Traffic and Visitors’ Preferences Regarding Online Public Reports of Quality: Web Analytics and Online Survey Results

Sources of Traffic and Visitors’ Preferences Regarding Online Public Reports of Quality: Web Analytics and Online Survey Results

We used a t test to compare health care professional and consumer website experience scores. We used chi-square tests to compare health care professional and consumer primary purposes of visit and other areas of interest.

Naomi S. Bardach, Judith H Hibbard, Felix Greaves, R Adams Dudley

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(5):e102


Evaluation of Web-Based Consumer Medication Information: Content and Usability of 4 Australian Websites

Evaluation of Web-Based Consumer Medication Information: Content and Usability of 4 Australian Websites

information needs, (2) a website content evaluation using the consumer information needs, and (3) user testing of websites (including qualitative interviews).Identification of Consumer Medication Information NeedsConsumer medication information needs were

Magdalena Z Raban, Amina Tariq, Lauren Richardson, Mary Byrne, Maureen Robinson, Ling Li, Johanna I Westbrook, Melissa T Baysari

Interact J Med Res 2016;5(3):e21