Published on in Vol 17, No 5 (2015): May

Seeking Health Information Online: Association With Young Australian Women’s Physical, Mental, and Reproductive Health

Seeking Health Information Online: Association With Young Australian Women’s Physical, Mental, and Reproductive Health

Seeking Health Information Online: Association With Young Australian Women’s Physical, Mental, and Reproductive Health

Journals

  1. Lobo S, Lucas C, Herbert J, Townsend M, Smith M, Kunkler E, Charlton K. Nutrition information in pregnancy: Where do women seek advice and has this changed over time?. Nutrition & Dietetics 2020;77(3):382 View
  2. Lee J, Kim J. Method of App Selection for Healthcare Providers Based on Consumer Needs. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2018;36(1):45 View
  3. Malek L, Umberger W, Makrides M, Zhou S. Poor adherence to folic acid and iodine supplement recommendations in preconception and pregnancy: a cross‐sectional analysis. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2016;40(5):424 View
  4. Loxton D, Tooth L, Harris M, Forder P, Dobson A, Powers J, Brown W, Byles J, Mishra G. Cohort Profile: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH) 1989–95 cohort. International Journal of Epidemiology 2018;47(2):391 View
  5. Redston S, de Botte S, Smith C. Resolving embarrassing medical conditions with online health information. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;114:101 View
  6. Amuta A, Chen X, Mkuu R. The Effect of Cancer Information Seeking on Perceptions of Cancer Risks, Fatalism, and Worry Among a U.S. National Sample. American Journal of Health Education 2017;48(6):366 View
  7. Shabi I, Oyewusi F. Health Literacy and Internet Health Information Use among In-school Adolescents in Osun State, South-West, Nigeria. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2018;22(1):25 View
  8. Maslen S, Lupton D. “You can explore it more online”: a qualitative study on Australian women’s use of online health and medical information. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18(1) View
  9. Wiljer D, Abi-Jaoude A, Johnson A, Ferguson G, Sanches M, Levinson A, Robb J, Heffernan O, Herzog T, Chaim G, Cleverley K, Eysenbach G, Henderson J, S Hoch J, Hollenberg E, Jiang H, Isaranuwatchai W, Law M, Sharpe S, Tripp T, Voineskos A. Enhancing Self-Efficacy for Help-Seeking Among Transition-Aged Youth in Postsecondary Settings With Mental Health and/or Substance Use Concerns, Using Crowd-Sourced Online and Mobile Technologies: The Thought Spot Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(4):e201 View
  10. Prescott J, Mackie L. “You Sort of Go Down a Rabbit Hole...You’re Just Going to Keep on Searching”: A Qualitative Study of Searching Online for Pregnancy-Related Information During Pregnancy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(6):e194 View
  11. Lupton D. ‘Better understanding about what's going on’: young Australians’ use of digital technologies for health and fitness. Sport, Education and Society 2020;25(1):1 View
  12. Yi R, Rezende L, Dearfield C, Welcsh P, Friedman S. Results of a pilot test of effects of an online resource on lay audience understanding of media reports on breast cancer research. Health Education Journal 2019;78(5):607 View
  13. Prescott J, Mackie L. Correction: “You Sort of Go Down a Rabbit Hole...You’re Just Going to Keep on Searching”: A Qualitative Study of Searching Online for Pregnancy-Related Information During Pregnancy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e223 View
  14. Allen M, Dickinson K, Prichard I. The Dirt on Clean Eating: A Cross Sectional Analysis of Dietary Intake, Restrained Eating and Opinions about Clean Eating among Women. Nutrients 2018;10(9):1266 View
  15. Tao D, Shao F, Wang H, Yan M, Qu X. Integrating usability and social cognitive theories with the technology acceptance model to understand young users’ acceptance of a health information portal. Health Informatics Journal 2020;26(2):1347 View
  16. Kose T, Oymak C. E-health in Turkey: an analysis of consumer activities. Health and Technology 2019;9(2):113 View
  17. Bury K, Leavy J, O’Connor A, Jancey J. Prevalence, Prevention and Treatment of Saddle Sores among Female Competitive Cyclists: A Scoping Review Protocol. Methods and Protocols 2020;3(1):4 View
  18. Lupton D, Maslen S. How Women Use Digital Technologies for Health: Qualitative Interview and Focus Group Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11481 View
  19. Doubleday A, Novin S, Long K, Schneider D, Sippel R, Pitt S. Online Information for Treatment for Low-Risk Thyroid Cancer: Assessment of Timeliness, Content, Quality, and Readability. Journal of Cancer Education 2021;36(4):850 View
  20. Lupton D. ‘Things that matter’: poetic inquiry and more-than-human health literacy. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 2021;13(2):267 View
  21. Wang , Xiu , Shahzad . Exploring the Determinants of Online Health Information-Seeking Behavior Using a Meta-Analytic Approach. Sustainability 2019;11(17):4604 View
  22. Deng Z, Liu S. Understanding consumer health information-seeking behavior from the perspective of the risk perception attitude framework and social support in mobile social media websites. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2017;105:98 View
  23. Zimmerman M, Shaw G. Health information seeking behaviour: a concept analysis. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2020;37(3):173 View
  24. Tao D, LeRouge C, Smith K, De Leo G. Defining Information Quality Into Health Websites: A Conceptual Framework of Health Website Information Quality for Educated Young Adults. JMIR Human Factors 2017;4(4):e25 View
  25. Hopkins M, Meedya S, Ivers R, Charlton K. Review of online breastfeeding information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Women and Birth 2021;34(4):309 View
  26. Lee K, Hoti K, Hughes J, Emmerton L. Consumer Use of “Dr Google”: A Survey on Health Information-Seeking Behaviors and Navigational Needs. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e288 View
  27. Osma J, Barrera A, Ramphos E. Are Pregnant and Postpartum Women Interested in Health-Related Apps? Implications for the Prevention of Perinatal Depression. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2016;19(6):412 View
  28. Montagni I, Capelle A, Chalifour C, Langlois E. Rechercher et s’approprier l’information en santé mentale sur Internet : une étude qualitative auprès d’étudiants. Revue française des sciences de l’information et de la communication 2018;(15) View
  29. Abdulai A, Tiffere A, Adam F, Kabanunye M. COVID-19 information-related digital literacy among online health consumers in a low-income country. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;145:104322 View
  30. Jacobson N, Yom-Tov E, Lekkas D, Heinz M, Liu L, Barr P. Impact of online mental health screening tools on help-seeking, care receipt, and suicidal ideation and suicidal intent: Evidence from internet search behavior in a large U.S. cohort. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2022;145:276 View
  31. Hunsaker A, Hargittai E, Micheli M. Relationship Between Internet Use and Change in Health Status: Panel Study of Young Adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e22051 View
  32. Sirola A, Kaakinen M, Savolainen I, Paek H, Zych I, Oksanen A. Online identities and social influence in social media gambling exposure: A four-country study on young people. Telematics and Informatics 2021;60:101582 View
  33. Fahs B, Swank E. Menstrual Knowledge and Understandings of Normal and Extreme Bleeding: College Students’ Overestimation of the Typical Amount of Menstrual Blood. Women's Reproductive Health 2021;8(2):115 View
  34. Yi R, Welcsh P, Dearfield C, Owens K, Rezende L, Friedman S. Effectiveness of a tool to increase understanding of breast cancer media articles. Health Education Journal 2023;82(2):227 View
  35. Chen Z, Mikhail S, Buttini M, Mowat A, Hartel G, Maher C. Online prediction tool for female pelvic floor dysfunction: development and validation. International Urogynecology Journal 2022;33(11):3025 View
  36. Wang J, Wang X, Wang L, Peng Y. Health Information Needs of Young Chinese People Based on an Online Health Community: Topic and Statistical Analysis. JMIR Medical Informatics 2021;9(11):e30356 View
  37. Scott J, Hockey S, Ospina‐Pinillos L, Doraiswamy P, Alvarez‐Jimenez M, Hickie I. Research to Clinical Practice—Youth seeking mental health information online and its impact on the first steps in the patient journey. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 2022;145(3):301 View
  38. Basinger E, Delaney A, Williams C. Uncertainty Management in Online Sexual Health Forums. Health Communication 2023;38(5):875 View
  39. Hussain T, Ahmedna T, Marklund M, Appel L, Henry M. Quality assessment of consumer‐facing websites on sodium reduction. The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2022;24(10):1285 View
  40. Williams N, Griffin G, Wall M, Watson S, Warland J, Bradfield Z. Patient evaluation of gynaecological information provision and preferences. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2023 View
  41. Chang F, Chang C, Tao C. Adolescent pursuit of health information online during the COVID-19 pandemic: The roles played by eHealth literacy and psychological distress. Cambridge Prisms: Global Mental Health 2023;10 View
  42. Ciechanowski K, Jemielniak D, Silczuk A. Public interests in mental health topics in COVID-19: evidence from Wikipedia searches. Advances in Mental Health 2023:1 View
  43. Schneider M, Eckardt S, Torenz R, Thonke I, Vollmer H, Wyrobisch-Krüger A, Hahn D. Informiertheit von ungewollt schwangeren Frauen mit Abbruch in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung 2023;36(04):213 View
  44. Malki L, Patel D, Singh A. "The Headline Was So Wild That I Had To Check": An Exploration of Women's Encounters With Health Misinformation on Social Media. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2024;8(CSCW1):1 View