Published on in Vol 17 , No 8 (2015) :August

Assessment of Web-Based Consumer Reviews as a Resource for Drug Performance

Assessment of Web-Based Consumer Reviews as a Resource for Drug Performance

Assessment of Web-Based Consumer Reviews as a Resource for Drug Performance

Journals

  1. Bernhard G, Mahler C, Seidling H, Stützle M, Ose D, Baudendistel I, Wensing M, Szecsenyi J. Developing a Shared Patient-Centered, Web-Based Medication Platform for Type 2 Diabetes Patients and Their Health Care Providers: Qualitative Study on User Requirements. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(3):e105 View
  2. Johanson K, Stirnaman S, Rose T. Top consumer uses of bestselling, single-ingredient vitamin and mineral supplements. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2020;53:102540 View
  3. Scanlan F, Jorm A, Reavley N, Meyer D, Bhar S. Treatment choices for depression: Young people’s response to a traditional e-health versus a Health 2.0 website. DIGITAL HEALTH 2017;3:205520761769026 View
  4. Park S, Hong S. Identification of Primary Medication Concerns Regarding Thyroid Hormone Replacement Therapy From Online Patient Medication Reviews: Text Mining of Social Network Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e11085 View
  5. Borchert J, Wang B, Ramzanali M, Stein A, Malaiyandi L, Dineley K. Adverse Events Due to Insomnia Drugs Reported in a Regulatory Database and Online Patient Reviews: Comparative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e13371 View
  6. Park S, Suh Y, Kim J, Kwon J. Analysis for internet health counseling about precocious puberty using text mining and topic modeling. Korean Journal of Health Education and Promotion 2020;37(3):71 View
  7. Manchaiah V, Swanepoel D, Bennett R. Online Consumer Reviews on Hearing Health Care Services: A Textual Analysis Approach to Examine Psychologically Meaningful Language Dimensions. American Journal of Audiology 2021:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Blalock S, Dickinson R, Knapp P. Pharmacoepidemiology. View