Published on in Vol 10, No 2 (2008): Apr-Jun

The Impact of Inaccurate Internet Health Information in a Secondary School Learning Environment

The Impact of Inaccurate Internet Health Information in a Secondary School Learning Environment

The Impact of Inaccurate Internet Health Information in a Secondary School Learning Environment

Journals

  1. Rath B, Ali M, Codarini G, Elemuwa C, Khamesipour A, Maurer W, Mworozi E, Rundblad G, Varughese S, Kochhar S. Promoting Evidence-based Vaccine Safety Research and Communication--The Vienna Vaccine Safety Initiative. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 2012;58(3):167 View
  2. McPherson A, Gofine M, Stinson J. Seeing Is Believing? A Mixed-Methods Study Exploring the Quality and Perceived Trustworthiness of Online Information About Chronic Conditions Aimed at Children and Young People. Health Communication 2014;29(5):473 View
  3. Yamaguchi Y, Lee D, Nagai T, Funamoto T, Tajima T, Chosa E. Googling Musculoskeletal-Related Pain and Ranking of Medical Associations’ Patient Information Pages: Google Ads Keyword Planner Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e18684 View
  4. Robillard J, Illes J, Arcand M, Beattie B, Hayden S, Lawrence P, McGrenere J, Reiner P, Wittenberg D, Jacova C. Scientific and ethical features of English‐language online tests for Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring 2015;1(3):281 View
  5. Nan X, Madden K. HPV Vaccine Information in the Blogosphere: How Positive and Negative Blogs Influence Vaccine-Related Risk Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behavioral Intentions. Health Communication 2012;27(8):829 View
  6. Bounsanga J, Voss M, Crum A, Hung M. The Association Between Perceived Health Status and Health Information Communication Channels. Journal of Health Communication 2016;21(11):1148 View
  7. Margolis M, Brewer N, Shah P, Calo W, Gilkey M. Stories about HPV vaccine in social media, traditional media, and conversations. Preventive Medicine 2019;118:251 View
  8. Rossini B, Burnham J, Wright A. The Librarian's Role in an Enrichment Program for High School Students Interested in the Health Professions. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2013;32(1):73 View
  9. Flaherty M. From Google to MedlinePlus: The wide range of authoritative health information provision in public libraries. Library & Information Science Research 2016;38(2):101 View
  10. Flaherty M, Kaplan S. Health information: print materials assessment in public libraries. Reference Services Review 2016;44(2):163 View
  11. Jain A, Bickham D. Adolescent health literacy and the Internet. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2014;26(4):435 View
  12. Freeman J, Caldwell P, Scott K. The Role of Trust When Adolescents Search for and Appraise Online Health Information. The Journal of Pediatrics 2020;221:215 View
  13. Flaherty M. Consumer Health Information Provision in Rural Public Libraries: A Comparison of Two Library Systems. The Library Quarterly 2013;83(2):155 View
  14. RHEBERGEN M, VAN DIJK F, HULSHOF C. Can Workers Answer Their Questions about Occupational Safety and Health: Challenges and Solutions. Industrial Health 2012;50(3):239 View
  15. Maaria Askola K, Känsäkoski H, Huotari M. Knowing and actional information in web based weight maintenance services. Journal of Documentation 2014;70(5):759 View
  16. Best P, Foye U, Taylor B, Hazlett D, Manktelow R. Online interactive suicide support services: quality and accessibility. Mental Health Review Journal 2013;18(4):226 View
  17. Muis K, Sinatra G, Pekrun R, Winne P, Trevors G, Losenno K, Munzar B. Main and moderator effects of refutation on task value, epistemic emotions, and learning strategies during conceptual change☆. Contemporary Educational Psychology 2018;55:155 View
  18. Taylor H, Sullivan D, Mullen C, Johnson C. Implementation of a user-centered framework in the development of a web-based health information database and call center. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2011;44(5):897 View
  19. Muis K, Etoubashi N, Denton C. The catcher in the lie: The role of emotions and epistemic judgments in changing students’ misconceptions and attitudes in a post-truth era. Contemporary Educational Psychology 2020;62:101898 View
  20. Valcke M, De Wever B, Van Keer H, Schellens T. Long-term study of safe Internet use of young children. Computers & Education 2011;57(1):1292 View
  21. Walsh A, Hamilton K, White K, Hyde M. Use of online health information to manage children’s health care: a prospective study investigating parental decisions. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15(1) View
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. Chou W, Hunt Y, Beckjord E, Moser R, Hesse B. Social Media Use in the United States: Implications for Health Communication. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(4):e48 View
  25. Abbott R. Delivering quality-evaluated healthcare information in the era of Web 2.0: design implications for Intute: Health and Life Sciences. Health Informatics Journal 2010;16(1):5 View
  26. Athanasopoulou C, Hätönen H, Suni S, Lionis C, Griffiths K, Välimäki M. An analysis of online health information on schizophrenia or related conditions: a cross-sectional survey. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2013;13(1) View
  27. Nordheim L, Pettersen K, Flottorp S, Hjälmhult E. Critical appraisal of health claims: science teachers’ perceptions and practices. Health Education 2016;116(5):449 View
  28. Puri N, Coomes E, Haghbayan H, Gunaratne K. Social media and vaccine hesitancy: new updates for the era of COVID-19 and globalized infectious diseases. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2020;16(11):2586 View
  29. Bermúdez-Tamayo C, Alba-Ruiz R, Jiménez-Pernett J, García Gutiérrez J, Traver-Salcedo V, Yubraham-Sánchez D. Use of Social Media by Spanish Hospitals: Perceptions, Difficulties, and Success Factors. Telemedicine and e-Health 2013;19(2):137 View
  30. David Johnson J. Health-related information seeking: Is it worth it?. Information Processing & Management 2014;50(5):708 View
  31. Flaherty M. Exploratory Study of Health Information Seeking. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2016;20(4):180 View
  32. Cusack L, Desha L, Del Mar C, Hoffmann T. A qualitative study exploring high school students’ understanding of, and attitudes towards, health information and claims. Health Expectations 2017;20(5):1163 View
  33. Muis K, Chevrier M, Singh C. The Role of Epistemic Emotions in Personal Epistemology and Self-Regulated Learning. Educational Psychologist 2018;53(3):165 View
  34. Templeman K, Robinson A, McKenna L. Resourcing the clinical complementary medicine information needs of Australian medical students: Results of a grounded theory study. Nursing & Health Sciences 2016;18(3):321 View
  35. Rhebergen M, Lenderink A, van Dijk F, Hulshof C. Comparing the Use of an Online Expert Health Network against Common Information Sources to Answer Health Questions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e9 View
  36. Haluza D, Cervinka R. Public (Skin) Health and the publishing source bias of Austrian information material. Open Medicine 2014;9(1):169 View
  37. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Kato M, Okada M, Kiuchi T. A qualitative analysis of the beliefs of Japanese anti-influenza vaccination website authors. Heliyon 2018;4(4):e00609 View
  38. Kind T. The Internet as an adjunct for pediatric primary care. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2009;21(6):805 View
  39. Nan X, Daily K. Biased Assimilation and Need for Closure: Examining the Effects of Mixed Blogs on Vaccine-Related Beliefs. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(4):462 View
  40. Kata A. Anti-vaccine activists, Web 2.0, and the postmodern paradigm – An overview of tactics and tropes used online by the anti-vaccination movement. Vaccine 2012;30(25):3778 View
  41. Freeman J, Caldwell P, Bennett P, Scott K. How Adolescents Search for and Appraise Online Health Information: A Systematic Review. The Journal of Pediatrics 2018;195:244 View
  42. von Rosen A, von Rosen F, Tinnemann P, Müller-Riemenschneider F. Sexual Health and the Internet: Cross-Sectional Study of Online Preferences Among Adolescents. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(11):e379 View
  43. Okuhara T, Ishikawa H, Okada M, Kato M, Kiuchi T. Japanese anti- versus pro-influenza vaccination websites: a text-mining analysis. Health Promotion International 2019;34(3):552 View
  44. Stolle L, Nalamasu R, Pergolizzi J, Varrassi G, Magnusson P, LeQuang J, Breve F. Fact vs Fallacy: The Anti-Vaccine Discussion Reloaded. Advances in Therapy 2020;37(11):4481 View
  45. Ančevska-Netkovska K, Brezovska K, Geškovski N, Tonik-Ribarska J, Petrovska-Jakimovska B, Achevski B, Goračinova K. The role of intellectual property rights and package safety features in the prevention of counterfeit medicines. Arhiv za farmaciju 2020;70(6):332 View
  46. Featherstone J, Zhang J. Feeling angry: the effects of vaccine misinformation and refutational messages on negative emotions and vaccination attitude. Journal of Health Communication 2020;25(9):692 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Flaherty M. Meeting Health Information Needs Outside Of Healthcare. View
  2. Braasch J, Graesser A. Critical Thinking in Psychology. View
  3. Berman D, Dees P. Vaccinophobia and Vaccine Controversies of the 21st Century. View