Use of Internet Audience Measurement Data to Gauge Market Share for Online Health Information Services

Use of Internet Audience Measurement Data to Gauge Market Share for Online Health Information Services

Use of Internet Audience Measurement Data to Gauge Market Share for Online Health Information Services

Journals

  1. Laurent M, Vickers T. Seeking Health Information Online: Does Wikipedia Matter?. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2009;16(4):471 View
  2. Wood F, Siegel E, Feldman S, Love C, Rodrigues D, Malamud M, Lagana M, Crafts J. Web Evaluation at the US National Institutes of Health: Use of the American Customer Satisfaction Index Online Customer Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(1):e4 View
  3. Ye X, Ng I, Seid-Karbasi P, Imam T, Lee C, Chen S, Herman A, Sharma B, Johal G, Gu B, Wasserman W. Portal for Families Overcoming Neurodevelopmental Disorders (PFOND): Implementation of a Software Framework for Facilitated Community Website Creation by Nontechnical Volunteers. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(2):e25 View
  4. Craig B, Hays R, Pickard A, Cella D, Revicki D, Reeve B. Comparison of US Panel Vendors for Online Surveys. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e260 View
  5. Ospina-Pinillos L, Davenport T, Ricci C, Milton A, Scott E, Hickie I. Developing a Mental Health eClinic to Improve Access to and Quality of Mental Health Care for Young People: Using Participatory Design as Research Methodologies. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(5):e188 View
  6. Zhou D, Huang W. Using a fuzzy classification approach to assess e-commerce Web sites. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology 2009;9(3):1 View
  7. Powers B. Reading Level of Lung Cancer Patient Education Materials. Journal of Hospital Librarianship 2007;6(4):69 View
  8. La Porta M, Hagood H, Patt J, Hodorowski J, Treiman K. The NCI’s Cancer Information Service: Meeting the public’s cancer information needs via the internet. Journal of Cancer Education 2007;22(S2):S26 View
  9. Kauer S, Mangan C, Sanci L. Do Online Mental Health Services Improve Help-Seeking for Young People? A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e66 View
  10. Evans W. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Health Communication 2006;19(3):277 View
  11. Zhang J, Wolfram D, Wang P, Hong Y, Gillis R. Visualization of health-subject analysis based on query term co-occurrences. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2008;59(12):1933 View
  12. Li J, Quinn J, Rico C, Noguera A, Silbajoris C, Brown J, McDuffee D. Developing a Health Care Intermediary-Delivered Intervention to Promote an Online Health Information Resource: Results from Formative Research. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2010;14(4):369 View
  13. Sales A. A View From Health Services Research and Outcomes Measurement. Nursing Research 2007;56(4):S67 View
  14. Whitten P, Kreps G, Eastin M. Creating a Framework for Online Cancer Services Research to Facilitate Timely and Interdisciplinary Applications. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2005;7(3):e34 View
  15. Sanci L, Kauer S, Thuraisingam S, Davidson S, Duncan A, Chondros P, Mihalopoulos C, Buhagiar K. Effectiveness of a Mental Health Service Navigation Website (Link) for Young Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(10):e13189 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Napoli P, Lavrakas P, Callegaro M. Online Panel Research. View
  2. Ávila R, Ballari D. Information and Communication Technologies of Ecuador (TIC.EC). View