Published on in Vol 10, No 1 (2008): Jan-Mar

What Do Evaluation Instruments Tell Us About the Quality of Complementary Medicine Information on the Internet?

What Do Evaluation Instruments Tell Us About the Quality of Complementary Medicine Information on the Internet?

What Do Evaluation Instruments Tell Us About the Quality of Complementary Medicine Information on the Internet?

Journals

  1. Chan D, Willicombe A, Reid T, Beaton C, Arnold D, Ward J, Davies I, Lewis W. Relative Quality of Internet-Derived Gastrointestinal Cancer Information. Journal of Cancer Education 2012;27(4):676 View
  2. Wolbrink T, Rubin L, Burns J, Markovitz B. The Top Ten Websites in Critical Care Medicine Education Today. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine 2019;34(1):3 View
  3. 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
  4. Bishop F, Greville-Harris M, Bostock J, Din A, Graham C, Lewith G, Liossi C, O’Riordan T, Ryves R, White P, Yardley L. Using psychological theory and qualitative methods to develop a new evidence-based website about acupuncture for back pain. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2016;8(4):384 View
  5. 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
  6. Killeen S, Hennessey A, El Hassan Y, Killeen K, Clarke N, Murray K, Waldron B. Gastric cancer–related information on the Internet: incomplete, poorly accessible, and overly commercial. The American Journal of Surgery 2011;201(2):171 View
  7. 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
  8. Moreno J, Morales del Castillo J, Porcel C, Herrera-Viedma E. A quality evaluation methodology for health-related websites based on a 2-tuple fuzzy linguistic approach. Soft Computing 2010;14(8):887 View
  9. Guardiola-Wanden-Berghe R, Sanz-Valero J, Wanden-Berghe C. Quality assessment of the Website for Eating Disorders: a systematic review of a pending challenge. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva 2012;17(9):2489 View
  10. Hall C, Lunt N, Carrera P. Systematic review of web sites for prospective medical tourists. Tourism Review 2011;66(1/2):57 View
  11. Yegenoglu S, Aslan D, Sozen B. Is There an Improvement on the Web Sites of the National and International Pharmaceutical Companies in Turkey? A Follow-Up Study. Telemedicine and e-Health 2012;18(3):238 View
  12. Eichenberg C, Blokus G, Malberg D. Evidenzbasierte Patienteninformationen im Internet – Eine Studie zur Qualität von Websites zur Posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung. Zeitschrift für Psychiatrie, Psychologie und Psychotherapie 2013;61(4):263 View
  13. Zheng T, Chen W, Hu H, Wang Y, Harnett J, Ung C. The prevalence, perceptions and behaviors associated with traditional/complementary medicine use by breastfeeding women living in Macau: a cross-sectional survey study. BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies 2020;20(1) View
  14. Vega L, DeHart T, Montague E. Trust between patients and health websites: a review of the literature and derived outcomes from empirical studies. Health and Technology 2011;1(2-4):71 View
  15. Robillard J, Jun J, Lai J, Feng T. The QUEST for quality online health information: validation of a short quantitative tool. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2018;18(1) View
  16. Selig H, Lumenta D, König C, Andel H, Kamolz L. Evaluation of the online-presence (homepage) of burn units/burn centers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Burns 2012;38(3):444 View
  17. Scola-Streckenbach S. Experience-based Information: The Role of Web-based Patient Networks in Consumer Health Information Services. Journal of Consumer Health On the Internet 2008;12(3):216 View
  18. Rossi-Fedele G, Musu D, Cotti E, Doğramacı E. Root Canal Treatment versus Single-Tooth Implant: A Systematic Review of Internet Content. Journal of Endodontics 2016;42(6):846 View
  19. 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
  20. Stvilia B, Mon L, Yi Y. A model for online consumer health information quality. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2009;60(9):1781 View
  21. Holmes M. Why People Living With and Beyond Cancer Use the Internet. Integrative Cancer Therapies 2019;18:153473541982983 View
  22. Nicholson L, Palmer V, Jones R, Jewsbury H. Quality of internet-derived information on common ophthalmic conditions. British Journal of Ophthalmology 2014;98(3):420.2 View
  23. Bishop F, Greville-Harris M, Bostock J, Din A, Graham C, Lewith G, Liossi C, O’Riordan T, White P, Yardley L. Supporting informed choice in acupuncture: effects of a new person-, evidence- and theory-based website for patients with back pain. Acupuncture in Medicine 2019;37(2):98 View
  24. Pauer F, Göbel J, Storf H, Litzkendorf S, Babac A, Frank M, Lührs V, Schauer F, Schmidtke J, Biehl L, Wagner T, Ückert F, Graf von der Schulenburg J, Hartz T. Adopting Quality Criteria for Websites Providing Medical Information About Rare Diseases. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(3):e24 View
  25. Aguirre P, Coelho M, Rios D, Machado M, Cruvinel A, Cruvinel T. Evaluating the Dental Caries-Related Information on Brazilian Websites: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(12):e415 View
  26. Nelson S, Hwang K, Bernstam E. Comparing clinician knowledge and online information regarding Alli (Orlistat). International Journal of Medical Informatics 2009;78(11):772 View
  27. Dobbins M, Watson S, Read K, Graham K, Yousefi Nooraie R, Levinson A. A Tool That Assesses the Evidence, Transparency, and Usability of Online Health Information: Development and Reliability Assessment. JMIR Aging 2018;1(1):e3 View
  28. Patel A, Cobourne M. The design and content of orthodontic practise websites in the UK is suboptimal and does not correlate with search ranking. The European Journal of Orthodontics 2015;37(4):447 View
  29. Kamel Boulos M, Ramloll R, Jones R, Toth-Cohen S. Web 3D for Public, Environmental and Occupational Health: Early Examples from Second Life®. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2008;5(4):290 View
  30. Cerminara C, Santarone M, Casarelli L, Curatolo P, El Malhany N. Use of the DISCERN tool for evaluating web searches in childhood epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior 2014;41:119 View
  31. Lunt N, Hardey M, Mannion R. Nip, Tuck and Click: Medical Tourism and the Emergence of Web-Based Health Information. The Open Medical Informatics Journal 2010;4(1):1 View
  32. Deng G, Weber W, Sood A, Kemper K. Research on Integrative Healthcare: Context and Priorities. EXPLORE 2010;6(3):143 View
  33. Blanson Henkemans O, Dusseldorp E, Keijsers J, Kessens J, Neerincx M, Otten W. Validity and Reliability of the eHealth Analysis and Steering Instrument. Medicine 2.0 2013;2(2):e8 View
  34. Pauer F, Litzkendorf S, Göbel J, Storf H, Zeidler J, Graf von der Schulenburg J. Rare Diseases on the Internet: An Assessment of the Quality of Online Information. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(1):e23 View
  35. Reynolds K, Walker J, Walsh K. How well do websites concerning children’s anxiety answer parents’ questions about treatment choices?. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2015;20(4):555 View
  36. Druce I, Williams C, Baggoo C, Keely E, Malcolm J. A Comparison of Patient and Healthcare Professional Views when Assessing Quality of Information on Pituitary Adenoma Available on the Internet. Endocrine Practice 2017;23(10):1217 View
  37. Oh S, Worrall A. Health answer quality evaluation by librarians, nurses, and users in social Q&A. Library & Information Science Research 2013;35(4):288 View
  38. Favoretto N, Carleto N, Arakawa A, Alcalde M, Bastos J, Caldana M. Portal dos idosos: desenvolvimento e avaliação de um website com informações sobre o processo de envelhecimento e as principais alterações fonoaudiológicas que acometem os idosos. CoDAS 2017;29(5) View
  39. Holmes M, Bishop F, Calman L. “I just googled and read everything”: Exploring breast cancer survivors’ use of the internet to find information on complementary medicine. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2017;33:78 View
  40. Dobrogowska-Schlebusch E, Niedźwiecka B. Narzędzie Ewaluacji Serwisów Internetowych o Zdrowiu – wstępny pilotaż oraz charakterystyka trudności metodologicznych związanych z tworzeniem nowego instrumentu do oceny jakości internetowych zasobów informacji o tematyce zdrowotnej. Zagadnienia Informacji Naukowej - Studia Informacyjne 2014;52(2(104)):110 View
  41. Afsana F, Kabir M, Hassan N, Paul M. Automatically Assessing Quality of Online Health Articles. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 2021;25(2):591 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Jones R, Boulos M, Maramba I, Skirton H, Freeman J. Virtual Social Networks. View
  2. Weitzel L, Quaresma P, Moreira de Oliveira J, Artigas D. Graph Theoretic Approaches for Analyzing Large-Scale Social Networks. View
  3. Hung W, Tsai C, Hung S, McQueen R, Jou J. Global Diffusion and Adoption of Technologies for Knowledge and Information Sharing. View
  4. Weber-Jahnke J, Williams J. The Smart Internet. View
  5. Lejbkowicz I. Impacts of Information Technology on Patient Care and Empowerment. View