Published on in Vol 17, No 6 (2015): June

eHealth, Participatory Medicine, and Ethical Care: A Focus Group Study of Patients’ and Health Care Providers’ Use of Health-Related Internet Information

eHealth, Participatory Medicine, and Ethical Care: A Focus Group Study of Patients’ and Health Care Providers’ Use of Health-Related Internet Information

eHealth, Participatory Medicine, and Ethical Care: A Focus Group Study of Patients’ and Health Care Providers’ Use of Health-Related Internet Information

Journals

  1. Aakre C, Maggio L, Fiol G, Cook D. Barriers and facilitators to clinical information seeking: a systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;26(10):1129 View
  2. Slater H, Dear B, Merolli M, Li L, Briggs A. Use of eHealth technologies to enable the implementation of musculoskeletal Models of Care: Evidence and practice. Best Practice & Research Clinical Rheumatology 2016;30(3):483 View
  3. Kantor D, Bright J, Burtchell J. Perspectives from the Patient and the Healthcare Professional in Multiple Sclerosis: Social Media and Participatory Medicine. Neurology and Therapy 2018;7(1):37 View
  4. Nwolise C, Carey N, Shawe J. Preconception Care Education for Women With Diabetes: A Systematic Review of Conventional and Digital Health Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e291 View
  5. Nisha N, Iqbal M, Rifat A. The Changing Paradigm of Health and Mobile Phones. Journal of Global Information Management 2019;27(1):19 View
  6. Bussey L, Sillence E. The role of internet resources in health decision-making: a qualitative study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2019;5:205520761988807 View
  7. Berrouiguet S, Baca-García E, Brandt S, Walter M, Courtet P. Fundamentals for Future Mobile-Health (mHealth): A Systematic Review of Mobile Phone and Web-Based Text Messaging in Mental Health. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e135 View
  8. Seçkin G, Hughes S, Yeatts D, Degreve T. Digital Pathways to Positive Health Perceptions: Does Age Moderate the Relationship Between Medical Satisfaction and Positive Health Perceptions Among Middle-Aged and Older Internet Users?. Innovation in Aging 2019;3(1) View
  9. Martínez-López De Castro N, Samartín- Ucha M, Martín-Vila A, Álvarez-Payero M, Piñeiro-Corrales G, Pego-Reigosa J. Content analysis of Twitter in relation to biological treatments for chronic inflammatory arthropathies: an exploratory study. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 2019;26(3):124 View
  10. Kayıran B, Sözen Şahne B, Yeğenoğlu S. Sağlık İle İlgili Bilgi İçeren Web Sitelerine Yönelik Etik Düzenlemeler: İlaç Firmaları Örneği. Mersin Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Lokman Hekim Tıp Tarihi ve Folklorik Tıp Dergisi 2020 View
  11. Tran C, Dicker A, Leiby B, Gressen E, Williams N, Jim H. Utilizing Digital Health to Collect Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes in Prostate Cancer: Single-Arm Pilot Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(3):e12689 View
  12. FitzPatrick M, Hess A, Sudbury-Riley L, Schulz P. A Typology of Patients Based on Decision-Making Styles: Cross-Sectional Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e15332 View
  13. Gesser-Edelsburg A, Abed Elhadi Shahbari N, Cohen R, Mir Halavi A, Hijazi R, Paz-Yaakobovitch G, Birman Y. Differences in Perceptions of Health Information Between the Public and Health Care Professionals: Nonprobability Sampling Questionnaire Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e14105 View
  14. Scott B, Johnson A, Doval A, Tran B, Lee B. Readability and Understandability Analysis of Online Materials Related to Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2020;54(2):111 View
  15. 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
  16. Watad A, Bragazzi N, Brigo F, Sharif K, Amital H, McGonagle D, Shoenfeld Y, Adawi M. Readability of Wikipedia Pages on Autoimmune Disorders: Systematic Quantitative Assessment. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e260 View
  17. Baker S, Watson B. Investigating the Association Between Internet Health Information Use and Patient Willingness to Communicate with Health Care Providers. Health Communication 2020;35(6):716 View
  18. Benetoli A, Chen T, Aslani P. How patients’ use of social media impacts their interactions with healthcare professionals. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(3):439 View
  19. Vicente M, Madden G. Assessing eHealth skills across Europeans. Health Policy and Technology 2017;6(2):161 View
  20. Ho A, Quick O. Leaving patients to their own devices? Smart technology, safety and therapeutic relationships. BMC Medical Ethics 2018;19(1) View
  21. Pushparajah D, Manning E, Michels E, Arnaudeau-Bégard C. Value of Developing Plain Language Summaries of Scientific and Clinical Articles: A Survey of Patients and Physicians. Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science 2018;52(4):474 View
  22. Magalhães D, Martins J, Branco F, Au‐Yong‐Oliveira M, Gonçalves R, Moreira F. A proposal for a 360° information system model for private health care organizations. Expert Systems 2020;37(5) View
  23. Johnson A, Doval A, Granoff M, Egeler S, Bravo M, Dowlatshahi A, Lin S, Lee B. A Comparative Multimetric Assessment of English and Spanish Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Materials. Journal of Surgical Research 2019;238:64 View
  24. Macdonald G, Townsend A, Adam P, Li L, Kerr S, McDonald M, Backman C. eHealth Technologies, Multimorbidity, and the Office Visit: Qualitative Interview Study on the Perspectives of Physicians and Nurses. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(1):e31 View
  25. Anderson L, Spanjol J, Jefferies J, Ostrom A, Nations Baker C, Bone S, Downey H, Mende M, Rapp J. Responsibility and Well-Being: Resource Integration under Responsibilization in Expert Services. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 2016;35(2):262 View
  26. Sjöström A, Hörnsten Å, Hajdarevic S, Emmoth A, Isaksson U. Primary Health Care Nurses’ Experiences of Consultations With Internet-Informed Patients: Qualitative Study. JMIR Nursing 2019;2(1):e14194 View
  27. Pagedar N, Schularick N, Lee P, Karnell L. Health-Related Internet Use Among Otolaryngology Patients. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 2018;127(8):551 View
  28. Haluza D, Naszay M, Stockinger A, Jungwirth D. Digital Natives Versus Digital Immigrants: Influence of Online Health Information Seeking on the Doctor–Patient Relationship. Health Communication 2017;32(11):1342 View
  29. Heinsch M, Geddes J, Sampson D, Brosnan C, Hunt S, Wells H, Kay-Lambkin F. Disclosure of suicidal thoughts during an e-mental health intervention: relational ethics meets actor-network theory. Ethics & Behavior 2021;31(3):151 View
  30. Peng L, Wang Y, Chen J. Consequences of Gift Giving in Online Health Communities on Physician Service Quality: Empirical Text Mining Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e18569 View
  31. Roper L, Jorm C. Please leave your phone outside: policymakers and medical app providers are encouraging patient participation, but doctors in the consult room are not. BMJ Innovations 2017;3(2):65 View
  32. Seçkin G, Hughes S, Campbell P, Lawson M. In Internet we trust: intersectionality of distrust and patient non-adherence. Information, Communication & Society 2021;24(5):751 View
  33. Eddabali I, Yahia I. Health communication 2.0 and social media: The case of obesity and bariatric surgery. International Journal of Healthcare Management 2020:1 View
  34. Rezaei M, Jafari-Sadeghi V, Cao D, Mahdiraji H. Key indicators of ethical challenges in digital healthcare: A combined Delphi exploration and confirmative factor analysis approach with evidence from Khorasan province in Iran. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 2021;167:120724 View
  35. Farnood A, Johnston B, Mair F. A mixed methods systematic review of the effects of patient online self-diagnosing in the ‘smart-phone society’ on the healthcare professional-patient relationship and medical authority. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2020;20(1) View
  36. Fristedt S, Svärdh S, Löfqvist C, Schmidt S, Iwarsson S, Leist A. “Am I representative (of my age)? No, I’m not”—Attitudes to technologies and technology development differ but unite individuals across rather than within generations. PLOS ONE 2021;16(4):e0250425 View
  37. Dailah Sr H, Naeem M. A Social Media Organizational Productivity Model: Insights From Public Health Professionals. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(5):e23792 View
  38. Koopman W, LaDonna K, Anne Kinsella E, Venance S, Watling C. Getting airtime: Exploring how patients shape the stories they tell health practitioners. Medical Education 2021 View
  39. Temsah M, Abouammoh N, Ashry A, Al-Eyadhy A, Alhaboob A, Alsohime F, Almazyad M, Alabdulhafid M, Temsah R, Aljamaan F, Jamal A, Halwani R, Alhasan K, Al-Tawfiq J, Barry M. Virtual Handover of Patients in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit During the Covid-19 Crisis. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 2021;Volume 14:1571 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Nisha N, Iqbal M, Rifat A. Entrepreneurship, Collaboration, and Innovation in the Modern Business Era. View
  2. . Fundamentals of Telemedicine and Telehealth. View
  3. Chen Y, Lin Y, Yuan X, Shen B. Translational Biomedical Informatics. View
  4. Basu A. Fundamentals of Telemedicine and Telehealth. View
  5. Nisha N, Iqbal M, Rifat A, Idrish S. Data Analytics in Medicine. View
  6. Sebri V, Savioni L. P5 eHealth: An Agenda for the Health Technologies of the Future. View