Published on in Vol 22, No 8 (2020): August

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/19013, first published .
Exploring eHealth Literacy and Patient-Reported Experiences With Outpatient Care in the Hungarian General Adult Population: Cross-Sectional Study

Exploring eHealth Literacy and Patient-Reported Experiences With Outpatient Care in the Hungarian General Adult Population: Cross-Sectional Study

Exploring eHealth Literacy and Patient-Reported Experiences With Outpatient Care in the Hungarian General Adult Population: Cross-Sectional Study

Journals

  1. Brito Fernandes Ó, Lucevic A, Péntek M, Kringos D, Klazinga N, Gulácsi L, Zrubka Z, Baji P. Self-Reported Waiting Times for Outpatient Health Care Services in Hungary: Results of a Cross-Sectional Survey on a National Representative Sample. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(5):2213 View
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  3. Brito Fernandes Ó, Hölgyesi Á, Péntek M. Patient-centred care in Hungary: Contributions to foster a policy agenda. Zeitschrift für Evidenz, Fortbildung und Qualität im Gesundheitswesen 2022;171:58 View
  4. Refahi H, Klein M, Feigerlova E. e-Health Literacy Skills in People with Chronic Diseases and What Do the Measurements Tell Us: A Scoping Review. Telemedicine and e-Health 2023;29(2):198 View
  5. Jamieson Gilmore K, Corazza I, Coletta L, Allin S. The uses of Patient Reported Experience Measures in health systems: A systematic narrative review. Health Policy 2023;128:1 View
  6. Alzougool B. eHealth literacy among online health consumers in Jordan. Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication 2022 View
  7. Hölgyesi Á, Tóth B, Kozlovszky M, Kuti J, Weszl M, Balázs G, Baji P, Kovács L, Gulácsi L, Zrubka Z, Péntek M, Eppig T. Epidemiology and patients’ self-reported knowledge of implantable medical devices: Results of a cross-sectional survey in Hungary. PLOS ONE 2023;18(4):e0284577 View
  8. Girasek E, Boros J, Döbrössy B, Susánszky A, Győrffy Z. E-páciensek Magyarországon: Digitális egészséggel kapcsolatos ismeretek, szokások egy országos reprezentatív felmérés tükrében. Orvosi Hetilap 2022;163(29):1159 View
  9. Jang M. Why Do People Use Telemedicine Apps in the Post-COVID-19 Era? Expanded TAM with E-Health Literacy and Social Influence. Informatics 2023;10(4):85 View
  10. Rangraz Jeddi F, Nabovati E, Mobayen M, Akbari H, Feizkhah A, Osuji J, Bagheri Toolaroud P. Health care needs, eHealth literacy, use of mobile phone functionalities, and intention to use it for self-management purposes by informal caregivers of children with burns: a survey study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2023;23(1) View
  11. Harrison R, Iqbal M, Chitkara U, Adams C, Chauhan A, Mitchell R, Manias E, Alston M, Hadley A. Approaches for enhancing patient-reported experience measurement with ethnically diverse communities: a rapid evidence synthesis. International Journal for Equity in Health 2024;23(1) View
  12. Korkmaz Aslan G, Kılınç İşleyen E, Kartal A, Koştu N. The relation between eHealth literacy and healthy lifestyle behaviours in pregnant women. Health Promotion International 2024;39(2) View