Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2001):

Internet Medical Usage in Japan: Current Situation and Issues

Internet Medical Usage in Japan: Current Situation and Issues

Internet Medical Usage in Japan: Current Situation and Issues

Journals

  1. Licciardone J, Smith-Barbaro P, Coleridge S. Use of the Internet as a Resource for Consumer Health Information: Results of the Second Osteopathic Survey of Health Care in America (OSTEOSURV-II). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2001;3(4):e31 View
  2. Powell J, Clarke A. The WWW of the World Wide Web: Who, What, and Why?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2002;4(1):e4 View
  3. Takahashi Y, Ohura T, Ishizaki T, Okamoto S, Miki K, Naito M, Akamatsu R, Sugimori H, Yoshiike N, Miyaki K, Shimbo T, Nakayama T. Internet Use for Health-Related Information via Personal Computers and Cell Phones in Japan: A Cross-Sectional Population-Based Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e110 View
  4. Al-Bahrani A, Plusa S. The quality of patient-orientated internet information on colorectal cancer. Colorectal Disease 2004;6(5):323 View
  5. Eysenbach G. An Ontology of Quality Initiatives and a Model for Decentralized, Collaborative Quality Management on the (Semantic) World Wide Web. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2001;3(4):e34 View
  6. Maglogiannis I, Karpouzis K, Wallace M. Image and Signal Processing for Networked E-Health Applications. Synthesis Lectures on Biomedical Engineering 2006;1(1):1 View
  7. Norman C, Skinner H. eHealth Literacy: Essential Skills for Consumer Health in a Networked World. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(2):e9 View
  8. Conesa Fuentes M, Aguinaga Ontoso E, Hernández Morante J. Evaluación de la calidad de las páginas web sanitarias mediante un cuestionario validado. Atención Primaria 2011;43(1):33 View
  9. Ibanga A. Web-based 5-Step Method for affected family members. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 2010;17(sup1):129 View
  10. Weinert C, Cudney S, Hill W. Health knowledge acquisition by rural women with chronic health conditions: A tale of two Web approaches. Australian Journal of Rural Health 2008;16(5):302 View
  11. Batchelor J, Ohya Y. Use of the DISCERN Instrument by Patients and Health Professionals to Assess Information Resources on Treatments for Asthma and Atopic Dermatitis. Allergology International 2009;58(1):141 View
  12. Lee J, Moon H, Choi H, Lee T. Assessment of the Quality of Information Concerned with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostate Cancer on the Related Korean Internet Web Sites. Korean Journal of Urology 2008;49(5):404 View
  13. NEMOTO K, TACHIKAWA H, SODEYAMA N, ENDO G, HASHIMOTO K, MIZUKAMI K, ASADA T. Quality of Internet information referring to mental health and mental disorders in Japan. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2007;61(3):243 View
  14. Kashihara H, Nakayama T, Hatta T, Takahashi N, Fujita M. Evaluating the Quality of Website Information of Private-Practice Clinics Offering Cell Therapies in Japan. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(2):e15 View
  15. Nakayama T. Considerations of Providing the Public with Health Information. YAKUGAKU ZASSHI 2021;141(3):377 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Schwaitzberg S. The Internet Encyclopedia. View
  2. Boyer C. eHealth: Legal, Ethical and Governance Challenges. View