Published on in Vol 4, No 3 (2002):

Unmet Needs of Primary Care Patients in Using the Internet for Health-related Activities

Unmet Needs of Primary Care Patients in Using the Internet for Health-related Activities

Unmet Needs of Primary Care Patients in Using the Internet for Health-related Activities

Journals

  1. Moraes E, Brito K, Meira S. OntoPHC: An Ontology Applied For Primary Health Care. Procedia Computer Science 2012;9:1543 View
  2. Houston T, Ford D. A tailored Internet-delivered intervention for smoking cessation designed to encourage social support and treatment seeking: usability testing and user tracing. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2008;33(1):5 View
  3. Oberprieler G, Masters K, Gibbs T. Information technology and information literacy for first year health sciences students in South Africa: matching early and professional needs. Medical Teacher 2005;27(7):595 View
  4. EDENIUS M, WESTELIUS A. Patients’ Knowledge Formations through a Healthcare E‐messaging System. Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting 2004;8(1):21 View
  5. Hartmann C, Sciamanna C, Blanch D, Mui S, Lawless H, Manocchia M, Rosen R, Pietropaoli A. A Website to Improve Asthma Care by Suggesting Patient Questions for Physicians: Qualitative Analysis of User Experiences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2007;9(1):e3 View
  6. Bliemel , Hassanein . Consumer Satisfaction with Online Health Information Retrieval: A Model and Empirical Study. e-Service Journal 2007;5(2):53 View
  7. Weber B, Derrico D, Yoon S, Sherwill-Navarro P. Educating patients to evaluate web-based health care information: theGATORapproach to healthy surfing. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2010;19(9-10):1371 View
  8. SANTOR D, POULIN C, LeBLANC J, KUSUMAKAR V. Online Health Promotion, Early Identification of Difficulties, and Help Seeking in Young People. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2007;46(1):50 View
  9. Swartz S, Cowan T, Batista I. Using Claims Data to Examine Patients Using Practice-Based Internet Communication: Is There a Clinical Digital Divide?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2004;6(1):e1 View
  10. Gallant L, Irizarry C, Boone G, Ruiz-Gordon B. Spanish Content on Hospital Websites: An Analysis of U.S. Hospitals' in Concentrated Latino Communities. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 2010;15(4):552 View
  11. Koo C, Wati Y, Park K, Lim M. Website Quality, Expectation, Confirmation, and End User Satisfaction: The Knowledge-Intensive Website of the Korean National Cancer Information Center. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e81 View
  12. Dolan G, Iredale R, Williams R, Ameen J. Consumer use of the internet for health information: a survey of primary care patients. International Journal of Consumer Studies 2004;28(2):147 View
  13. Van Riel N, Auwerx K, Debbaut P, Van Hees S, Schoenmakers B. The effect of Dr Google on doctor–patient encounters in primary care: a quantitative, observational, cross-sectional study. BJGP Open 2017;1(2):bjgpopen17X100833 View
  14. Rada R. Information retrieval for online patient groups. Health Information and Libraries Journal 2006;23(1):60 View
  15. Amirault M, Cobbett S, Doherty A, Hartigan-Rogers J, LeBlanc A, Muise-Davis M, Newell J. Consumer health information on the Internet: an evaluation report on the Nova Scotia Health Network. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada 2005;26(2):41 View
  16. Seçk[idot]n G. Internet Technology in Service of Personal Health Care Management: Patient Perspective. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2009;27(2):79 View
  17. Cardelle A, Rodriguez E. The Quality of Spanish Health Information Websites. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community 2005;29(1-2):85 View