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by Rowena Cullen

Author: Rowena Cullen
Subcategory: Computer Science
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (November 30, 2005)
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.5
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Of course, health information provision on the Internet does not suffer from the deprivation of attention anywhere. Chapters five and six focus the attention on two major groups of health information users (professionals and consumers of health and medical services). Even my very occassional interest in health information problems is related to the Internet (Höglund et al. 2004; Maceviciute and Klusovskiene 2001).

According to most studies, the main reasons for seeking health information on the Internet are specific diseases or health problems. This development has had positive consequences: Empirical studies have shown that. informed patients are more compliant, which makes for better health outcomes

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Health information on the Internet refers to all communication related to health done on the Internet. As a general communication channel, various Internet products serve every type of general health information

Health information on the Internet refers to all communication related to health done on the Internet. As a general communication channel, various Internet products serve every type of general health information.

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The accessibility of health information on the Internet has revolutionized access to clinical information for health practitioners and patients. This access to information has the potential to make a major contribution to health care. However, the effective use of this accessibility depends on an understanding of all the issues involved, from the underlying technologies and economic pressures, to questions of how best to manage quality and privacy, how people seek and use information, and what the barriers to its use are. Cullen's book also examines the extent of health information on the Internet, the providers of websites and their content, and outlines the nature of the paradigm shift affecting knowledge in the health sector.