Published on in Vol 6, No 2 (2004):

Efficacy of Quality Criteria to Identify Potentially Harmful Information: A Cross-sectional Survey of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web Sites

Efficacy of Quality Criteria to Identify Potentially Harmful Information: A Cross-sectional Survey of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web Sites

Efficacy of Quality Criteria to Identify Potentially Harmful Information: A Cross-sectional Survey of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Web Sites

Journals

  1. Santos V, Portal M, Ferigolo M, Dantas D, Barros H, Trindade C. Sites sobre drogas de abuso: recursos para avaliação. Trabalho, Educação e Saúde 2010;8(3):575 View
  2. Sassenberg K. Digitale Medien als Informationsquelle über Umwelt und Gesundheit für Laien. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz 2017;60(6):649 View
  3. Childs S. Judging the quality of internet‐based health information. Performance Measurement and Metrics 2005;6(2):80 View
  4. Sharma V, Holmes J, Sarkar I. Identifying Complementary and Alternative Medicine Usage Information from Internet Resources. Methods of Information in Medicine 2016;55(04):322 View
  5. Sassenberg K, Greving H. Internet Searching About Disease Elicits a Positive Perception of Own Health When Severity of Illness Is High: A Longitudinal Questionnaire Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(3):e56 View
  6. Ghoshal M, Walji M. Quality of medication information available on retail pharmacy Web sites. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2006;2(4):479 View
  7. Owens C, Baergen R, Puckett D. Online Sources of Herbal Product Information. The American Journal of Medicine 2014;127(2):109 View
  8. Raban M, Tariq A, Richardson L, Byrne M, Robinson M, Li L, Westbrook J, Baysari M. Evaluation of Web-Based Consumer Medication Information: Content and Usability of 4 Australian Websites. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(3):e21 View
  9. Keshet Y. Network gatekeeping: Complementary medicine information on the websites of medical institutions. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 2012;16(2):151 View
  10. Robillard J. Who is to blame? Medical hype in the media. Movement Disorders 2017;32(10):1345 View
  11. Smith C, Parton C, King M, Gallego G. Parents’ experiences of information-seeking and decision-making regarding complementary medicine for children with autism spectrum disorder: a qualitative study. BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies 2020;20(1) View
  12. Hoss B, Hanson D. Evaluating the Evidence: Web Sites. AORN Journal 2008;87(1):124 View
  13. Pilkington K, Gamst A, Liu I, Ostermann T, Pinto D, Richardon J. The International Collaboration on Complementary Therapy Resources (ICCR): Working Together to Improve Online CAM Information. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 2011;17(7):647 View
  14. Chiu Y, Hsieh Y. Communication online with fellow cancer patients: Writing to be remembered, gain strength, and find survivors. Journal of Health Psychology 2013;18(12):1572 View
  15. Evans W. Bibliography. Health Communication 2005;17(1):105 View
  16. Walji M, Sagaram S, Meric-Bernstam F, Johnson C, Bernstam E. Searching for cancer-related information online: Unintended retrieval of complementary and alternative medicine information. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2005;74(7-8):685 View
  17. Breckons M, Jones R, Morris J, Richardson J. What Do Evaluation Instruments Tell Us About the Quality of Complementary Medicine Information on the Internet?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(1):e3 View
  18. Ahern D. Challenges and Opportunities of eHealth Research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007;32(5):S75 View
  19. KIM D, LEE H, NAM E. Assessing cancer treatment related information online: unintended retrieval of complementary and alternative medicine web sites. European Journal of Cancer Care 2009;18(1):64 View
  20. Raynor D, Dickinson R, Knapp P, Long A, Nicolson D. Buyer beware? Does the information provided with herbal products available over the counter enable safe use?. BMC Medicine 2011;9(1) View
  21. Mayer M, Leis Á, Sanz F. Información sobre salud en internet y sellos de confianza como indicadores de calidad: el caso de las vacunas. Atención Primaria 2009;41(10):534 View
  22. Fernandez-Luque L, Karlsen R, Melton G. HealthTrust: A Social Network Approach for Retrieving Online Health Videos. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e22 View
  23. Schulz P, Hulsman R. Assessing the quality of eHealth programs and their impact on health behaviour and health outcomes of users. Patient Education and Counseling 2009;77(1):1 View
  24. Ringnér A, Jansson L, Graneheim U. Professional Caregivers’ Perceptions of Providing Information to Parents of Children With Cancer. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 2011;28(1):34 View
  25. Chin A, Keelan J, Tomlinson G, Pavri-Garcia V, Wilson K, Chignell M. Automated Delineation of Subgroups in Web Video: A Medical Activism Case Study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 2010;15(3):447 View
  26. Chen A, Taylor-Swanson L, Buie R, Park A, Conway M. Characterizing Websites That Provide Information About Complementary and Integrative Health: Systematic Search and Evaluation of Five Domains. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2018;7(2):e14 View
  27. Boehm K, Raak C, Vollmar H, Ostermann T. An overview of 45 published database resources for complementary and alternative medicine. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2010;27(2):93 View
  28. Seçkin G. Expansion of Parson's sick role into cyberspace: Patient information consumerism and subjective health in a representative sample of U.S. internet users. Social Science & Medicine 2020;247:112733 View
  29. Marsden R, Francis J, Garner I. Use of GFCF Diets in Children with ASD. An Investigation into Parents’ Beliefs Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2019;49(9):3716 View
  30. Chen A, Flaherty M, Threats M. Attitudes, Provider and Treatment Selection of Complementary and Integrative Health among Individuals with Pain-Related Conditions. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2020;51:102410 View
  31. Robillard J, Feng T, Rosen A. Health Advice in a Digital World: Quality and Content of Online Information about the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2016;55(1):219 View
  32. Thakor V, Leach M, Gillham D, Esterman A. The quality of information on websites selling St. John's wort. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2011;19(3):155 View
  33. Honekamp W, Ostermann H. Anamneses-Based Internet Information Supply: Can a Combination of an Expert System and Meta-Search Engine Help Consumers find the Health Information they Require?. The Open Medical Informatics Journal 2010;4(1):12 View
  34. Lewiecki E, Rudolph L, Kiebzak G, Chavez J, Thorpe B. Assessment of osteoporosis-website quality. Osteoporosis International 2006;17(5):741 View
  35. Robillard J, Rosen A. The Online Environment: A Key Variable in the Ethical Response to Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2016;51(1):11 View
  36. Nădăşan V, Roşca A, Tarcea M, Ábrám Z, Măruşteri M. The Quality of Romanian Breast Cancer Websites: a Five-Year Longitudinal Assessment. Journal of Cancer Education 2018;33(3):703 View
  37. Honekamp W, Ostermann H. Patienten bedarfsgerecht informieren. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2009;4(4):227 View
  38. Hsu M, Moyle W, Creedy D, Venturato L, Ouyang W, Sun G. Attitudes toward and education about complementary and alternative medicine among adult patients with depression in Taiwan. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2010;19(7-8):988 View
  39. Ahern D, Kreslake J, Phalen J, Bock B. What Is eHealth (6): Perspectives on the Evolution of eHealth Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(1) View
  40. Fennell D, Liberato A, Zsembik B. Definitions and patterns of CAM use by the lay public. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2009;17(2):71 View
  41. Seckin G, Hughes S. In Sickness and in Health: Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional Survey of Older Internet Users (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2019 View
  42. Brauer J, El Sehamy A, Metz J, Mao J. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Supportive Care at Leading Cancer Centers: A Systematic Analysis of Websites. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 2010;16(2):183 View
  43. Witteman H, Zikmund-Fisher B. The defining characteristics of Web 2.0 and their potential influence in the online vaccination debate. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3734 View
  44. Journault A, Richard L, Aenishaenslin C. Lyme disease prevention: A content analysis of Canadian patient group and government websites. Zoonoses and Public Health 2020;67(2):177 View
  45. Bernstam E, Walji M, Sagaram S, Sagaram D, Johnson C, Meric-Bernstam F. Commonly cited website quality criteria are not effective at identifying inaccurate online information about breast cancer. Cancer 2008;112(6):1206 View
  46. Kalichman S, Cherry C, Cain D, Pope H, Kalichman M, Eaton L, Weinhardt L, Benotsch E. Internet-based health information consumer skills intervention for people living with HIV/AIDS.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 2006;74(3):545 View
  47. Tejedor-García N, García-Pastor C, Benito-Martínez S, de Lucio-Cazaña F. Medicina herbal china ofertada en páginas web en español: calidad de la información y riesgos. Gaceta Sanitaria 2018;32(1):54 View
  48. VERONIN M. One step forward, two steps back: The World Wide Web as an information resource. Pharmacy Education 2005;5(3-4):209 View
  49. Laakso E, Armstrong K, Usher W. Cyber-management of people with chronic disease: A potential solution to eHealth challenges. Health Education Journal 2012;71(4):483 View
  50. Talmon G, Abrahams N. The Internet for Pathologists: A Simple Schema for Evaluating Pathology-Related Web Sites and a Catalog of Sites Useful for Practicing Pathologists. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine 2005;129(6):742 View
  51. Kaul V, Szakmany T, Peters J, Stukus D, Sala K, Dangayach N, Simpson S, Carroll C. Quality of the discussion of asthma on twitter. Journal of Asthma 2020:1 View
  52. Nădăşan V. The Quality of Online Health-Related Information – an Emergent Consumer Health Issue. Acta Medica Marisiensis 2016;62(4):408 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ahern D, Phalen J, Eaton C. eHealth Solutions for Healthcare Disparities. View
  2. Rosiek-Kryszewska A, Leksowski Ł, Rosiek A, Leksowski K, Goch A. Public Health and Welfare. View
  3. Rosiek-Kryszewska A, Leksowski Ł, Rosiek A, Leksowski K, Goch A. Organizational Culture and Ethics in Modern Medicine. View
  4. Lutz R, Thomson C. Integrating Therapeutic and Complementary Nutrition. View
  5. Enrico P, Sirca D, Mereu M. Tinnitus: Pathophysiology and Treatment. View
  6. Bauer S, Kordy H. E-Mental-Health. View
  7. Onisei T, Micu A, Rascol M. Aromatic Herbs in Food. View